Guide to Malaysian street food
1 nasi lemak
A cultural icon of Malaysia, Nasi Lemak is a dish not to be missed. Fragrant rice cooked in coconut milk is paired with roasted peanuts, crunchy anchovies, boiled eggs and, most importantly, sweet-spicy sambal. Culture Trip advises tying it with fried chicken for a bhog, finger licking meal. You can find Nasi lemak commonly served in many kopitiam, Malay restaurants and roadside stalls.
Satay is a popular Malaysian street food. Just skewed on a bamboo stick made of marginal meat, this dish is carefully grilled over a hot fire. Many options are available including Chicken, Mutton and Beef. Once done, this mouthwater treatment is served with a sweet and spicy peanut sauce. Meat skewers being grilled on barbecue This famously inexpensive food is so popular that it also covers the edges of New York City. A favorite among Malaysian locals as a late-night snack, this Malaysian-style burger can easily be found at all food stalls in Kuala Lumpur. Depending on the stall owner, you can offer 10 types of Ramli Burgers. Hamburger vendors cooking beef and chicken burgers on the grill
If any food is a symbol of Malaysia, it will be Rojak, which means a mixture in Malay. The sweet version of Rozak mainly includes fruits and vegetables. The savory type is usually made with fried bean curd, chopped vegetables, hard boiled eggs and other fritters. Both are coated with thick sauces that combine it together. This dish is best enjoyed by making it fresh - if you wait too long, the food will be much tastier. Turned Flour Shrimp Frieders, Tofu, Eggs, Cuttlefish, Sliced Cucumbers and Turnip in Thick Spicy Peanut Gravy Sauce
4 fried bee hoon
Another main Malaysian breakfast staple fried bee hive is a simple dish widely liked by the locals. Grab yourself a plate of this delicious rice vermicelli and top it with scrambled eggs, sausages and whatever your hungry fancy takes. Fried rice vermicelli (mee hoon or bihun) with fried eggs
5 Chicken Rice
A popular lunch dish in Kuala Lumpur, chicken rice can be easily found in hawker centers. This boiled chicken dish comes with a healthy drizzle of soy sauce and slices of cucumber for a refreshing crunch. Usually, you can also find Roast Pork Belly and Barbecued Pork at these stalls, if you feel like you are liking yourself a bit more .. Boiled chicken with soy sauce
6 Assam Laksa
The combination of sour and spicy in this fish broth will definitely make you want more. Many ingredients are used to create the tantalizing flavor of Assam laksa, including shrimp paste, fresh zucchini and pineapple slices.
7 lok lok
Served from the back of a truck, the locals are another favorite late-night snack. On the back of the truck you will find succulent sticks of meat and vegetables, which are ready to be cooked in a hot pot. This convenient meal is also budget friendly. Traditional folk-folk street food from Malaysia
8 Chee Chong Fun
These thin rice noodle rolls originally made in China are not difficult to find because they are so popular. Chee cheong fun is usually topped with sweet soy sauce with a variety of stuffed vegetables and fried morsels. Chee cheong fun, a traditional Chinese rice noodle roll
9 Char kway teow
Almost nothing can top a plate of greasy, savory four-way. This famous street food dish can be found all over the country. Topped with prawns and bean sprouts, it will have you hooked from the first bite. Crunchy, chewy and savory - all in one plate
10 Kway Tejo Soup
Before you feel this hot bowl of silky noodles, you will slide it completely. The noodles are soaked in a clear broth made of chicken, shrimp or fish. The toppings include fish shells, pieces of meat, vegetables, spring onions and, at times, roasted garlic.
11 tong sui
Finish your meal by eating something sweet. Tong Sui Stalls offers a stunning array of desserts. Options include Red Bean Soup, Green Bean Soup, Black-Eyed Pea Soup, Peanut Paste Soup, Black Glutin Rice Soup and Wheat Oatmeal. End your meal with sweet red bean soup
12 Apom balik
The perfect confection, Eppom Balik is wonderfully satisfied with crunchy shells and sweet foods. The most common filling combinations for this palm-sized treatment include sugar, sweet corn, and crushed peanuts. It is no wonder that many people find it difficult to resist.