myMalaysiabooks shares with you all about food in
Malaysia and Singapore. Nyonya Cuisine, Malay, Chinese and India food
makes up the bouquet of flavours of Malaysia.
Malaysian Fish Curry
is a potpourri of flavours, a
result of the diverse cultures, religion and traditions of the people.
Malay, Chinese, Indian, Thai, Asian and Continental cuisines can be
found all over Malaysia. You
will be amazed by Malaysian's passion for food. There's always a food
stall along the streets or coffee shop or restaurant in town open for you to eat
or drink. Some food stalls open only for a few hours while other for 24
Singapore food is typically similar to Malaysian food but
somewhat less spicier. In Malaysia try the traditional
Malay food of laksa, ulam (Malaysian salad) and satay. Nyonya (Nonya)
cuisine, a mix of Malay and Chinese cooking styles, is a must in Malaysia or Singapore, as they originate here -
taste our rice dish of as nasi ulam, acar ikan (pickled fish) or
pulay ikan (mixed vegetable curry). Typically Chinese,
Indian, Thai and European food are also popular here and can be found everywhere
Noodle dishes are popular breakfast, lunch
and dinner meal - be sure to try Penang hokkien mee, char kueh teow or
laksa. You will find that street food in
Malaysia offers some of the
most delightful cuisine in the country.
... Sila Makan!!
..or Have a feast!!
Learn more about Penang food in
My Penang - Where to go and what to eat
myPenang gives you details of food description
and tell you where to get the best of these food in Penang. Numerous map
in the guide leads you to the hawker stalls, coffee shops and restaurants
Learn where to get the best hokkien mee, char kueh teow, mee jawa,
curry mee, etc. Or sample Malaysian rice dishes - nasi kandar, nasi ulam, chicken rice, bah
kut teh, etc.
Find out where to get your favourite Penang food in
My Penang travel guide
to eat in Penang