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The other half came back from Seremban with the above, Empayar Seremban Siew Pow. Seremban is famous for its’ Siew Pow but I’m not sure whether this is the best but it was certainly good. Love the crispy pastry which was different from the Siew Pows in Kuching.

Categories: Malaysian Food

As described by Wikipedia, Zong Zi  is a traditional Chinese food, made of glutinous rice stuffed with different fillings and wrapped in bamboo,reed, or other large flat leaves. They are cooked by steaming or boiling. To us Hokkiens, we call the Zong Zi with meat filling “Bak Chang” and those without fillings as “Kee Chang”.   Read More ...

Amazingly, I discovered the unique Melaka Chicken Rice while I was vacationing in Singapore. What makes it different from the regular chicken rice is how the rice is served. It comes in the form of rice balls (pictured above) and each plate of chicken rice includes 5 rice balls. I   Read More ...

  Prep Time: 10 min. Cook Time: 5 min. Ingredients: 2/3 cup chunky peanut butter 3/4 cup FRANK’S® REDHOT® Sweet Chili Sauce, divided 1/3 cup hot water 2 tbsp. light soy sauce 1 1/2 lbs. boneless chicken breasts, cut into long strips   Method: 1. MIX peanut butter, 1/2 cup   Read More ...

Categories: Malaysian Food, Recipes

This is the very famous stall which started from Bormill Estate.  The owner’s wife was interviewed by Ah Hung (Taiwan Chef) and featured on Astro sometime back. Apart from that, this stall has also been featured on other local food channels. They have now branched out to a stall in   Read More ...

Categories: Malaysian Food

Tarot Cafe is situated at Jalan Tun Ahmad Zaidi Adruce, next block to Bing! Coffee. As the name goes, the decor in this cafeteria comprises of tarot cards framed up nicely and displayed on a section of the wall. Foodwise, it serves a mixture of Western, Malaysian and simple Chinese dishes.   Read More ...

The Noodles Expert is one of the most sought after kopitiam (coffee shop)  which sells Kolo Mee. It is located at Kenyalang Park, the new shops on the right hand side after the Shell Station. The noodles used for this dish is handmade and the texture is just nice. The   Read More ...

Categories: Malaysian Food

Roti canai (pronounced “chanai”) is a type of flatbread sold in Mamak stalls. It is also known as roti prata in Southern Malaysia and Singapore. Basically, it is made from dough with the combination of ghee (clarified butter), egg, flour and water. The mixture is kneaded, flattened, and then oiled, before being folded   Read More ...

Categories: Malaysian Food

 No prize for guessing – My all time favourite Kangkong Belacan with rice ($7)  MixedVege Rice Fried Crispy Tomato Noodles Stove Kitchen is a new outlet located at Jalan Song, amongst the new row of shophouses. You can’t actually view it from the roadside and have to drive in. The   Read More ...

Categories: Malaysian Food

  Super Cafe is located at Jalan Pending, corner lot but same row as Sun Lun Workshop (or opposite the old Proton Edaran) . The Mee Jawa here is possibly one of the best in town. Please excuse the look of the dish as I got too excited and immediately had a mouthful   Read More ...

Categories: Malaysian Food

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