Nasi Goreng |Fried Rice

Nasi Goreng is a traditional Malaysian rice dish. Nasi Goreng literally means ‘fried rice’ . This dish is usually cooked using leftover rice that has been in the fridge for one night. The rice is fried with basic ingredients such as salt, seasoning, long beans and eggs.

There are various types of Nasi Goreng you can find in Malaysia and round Asia. This particular photo is Thai style pinapple fried rice.

Nasi Ayam Penyet

Nasi Ayam Penyet literary means Smashed Chicken Rice is an Indonesian delicacy consist of smashed deep fried chicken, tofu, various ulams, sambal belacan, keropok and rice.  This dish has recently gained popularity in Malaysia


Mee Goreng Mamak

Mee Goreng Mamak is particularly a popular dish in Malaysia. Mee Goreng literally translates to fried noodle is readily available in any indian muslim restaurants in Malaysia. This noodle is friend ala Mamak or Indian muslim style. Noodles are fried with tofus, vegetables an eggs. Mee Goreng Mamak is particularly dry without much gravy. This dish is perfect when served with a fried egg and a little bit of lime juice.

Food Courtesy: Kanna Curry Hose

Ice Cream Tapai

What is better combination than ice cream with tapai and karamel. This sweat and mealty meal is served with pulut a type of glutinous rice and is a perfect desert after a heavy meal.

Food courtesy:Enakkl

Teh Tarik Float

You should not miss this drink if you are a tea lover. There are no better way to enjoy aromatic tea drink from the tea producer itself.  Teh Tarik or Pull tea from Cameron Valley is rich in tea flavor unlike other watery taste teh tarik  joints that you can find in Malaysia.  The ice cream float serves as a good compliment to the hot creamy tea.

Photo Courtesy: Cameron Valley Cafe

Sri Lankan Desert

You should not missed Vatilaapam if you are a pudding lover. This lovely Sri Lankan dessert is made of combination of brown sugar , coconut milk and cinnamon which is perfect after a fiery Sri Lankan Spicy main course.

Food Courtesy: Aliyaa Island Restaurant & Bar



Historically, Mooncakes were used to smuggle hidden messages during the uprising against the mongol Yuan dynasty. Today, Mooncakes are necessary food to indulge during the Chinese festival of Mid Autumn.

Traditionally,  these sweet cakes are usually baked with lotus seeds,  read beans and red yolks while having chinese tea. These days, mooncakes come with various shapes and sizes and much more flavors to suit the wide masses.