Food lovers can research a destination until forever. But will it result in amazing food experiences? Not always. Especially in a location where…
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Food lovers can research a destination until forever. But will it result in amazing food experiences? Not always. Especially in a location where the language and information is a challenge, or where specific local delicacies are sought out. That’s when you have to call in the big guns: the local food tour guides.
Therefore, this food tour in Kuala Lumpur is like no other because we will bring you into the heart of the suburbs that surrounds Kuala Lumpur city. We will take you to places you would never have imagined because you wouldn’t have known about them unless a local would have told you.
Well, we are all ready to show you why Malaysia is so unique, so diverse and so absolutely yummy. Any food tour can be personalized to fit your dietary needs and preferences.
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UntitledThe “nasi lemak” (rice infused with coconut milk) is light and fluffy and the sambal is flavourful and slightly sweet, but the star on the plate is without a doubt, the chicken. The chicken is marinated with a host of spices and then deep fried to perfection with a crispy skin and moist, juicy flesh.
Yong Tau Fu
UntitledFreshly made on the spot. You can observe the Indonesian workers busy preparing the meal – from stuffing the beancurd with the minced fish paste to rolling the tofu skin before placing it in the wok of boiling oil. Favourite of all time, is the fried rolled beancurd and sui kow (dumpling).
Valentine Roti Canai
Untitledbeen at the same location for around 30 years and they still serve up the best roti canai in town. The roti canai is thin and crispy even when you order a filled roti which makes you wonder how it hold up the filling inside but this is what makes it so good.
Malay Buffet Spread
UntitledGood Malay food – Sambal Hijau @ Kampung Penchala A roofed but open air outlet in the midst of a Malay village, Sambal Hijau offers kampung (village) style Malay cuisine and a mix of Minang recipes. Estimated about 50+ dishes at Sambal Hijau on a typical day. These are all fresh and adeptly prepared, laid out in a long buffet-like spread. Their freshly grilled fish include stingray, mackerel and siakap. This is best paired with their famous sambal, the black spicy kicap and a squeeze of lime.
UntitledSatay or also originally and popularly known as sate, has been an iconic Malay dish that’s mainly comprised of just one ingredient; seasoned meat! Most satay meat is smothered with turmeric powder and grilled on charcoal until it’s fully cooked, some are burnt until the skin is dark and that’s where the smokey taste comes from! Served with peanut sauce, and the sensation will be haunting your days.
Hotel pick-up and drop off at Kuala Lumpur City area
Transport by air-conditioned private car
English speaking local guide
Bottle of water
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