Famous local snacks in Malaysia – Mouth-watering delicacies to try

When in Malaysia, take some time off your shopping to explore the various snacks and dishes that make this destination a forefront in the culinary world!

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Durian flavoured popcorn

Popcorn, in general, is a favourite among kids and adults, alike. Malaysia brings about a unique twist to popcorn by making it durian flavoured. If you’re ready for your taste buds to experience a different kind of taste, then durian flavoured popcorn is for you to try and explore.

 

Seaweed strips

This snack is most definitely not for those that do not enjoy weird tastes as you’re basically eating rectangles of toasted grass that have been sprinkled with a good amount of salt. This snack may not be found in any of the best restaurants in Kuala Lumpur, but you’ll easily find this in the snack shelf of most grocery stores.

 

Durian chocolate

Durian isn’t for everyone, but if you’re one of the lucky ones that enjoy it, then it turns out to be an addictive food. When in Malaysia, you’re bound to find an entire section of the chocolate aisle dedicated solely to durian flavoured chocolates. It’s up to you to decide whether it’s a great paring or not.

 

Nasi Lemak

Although not your typical snack, Nasi Lemak is a famous dish that you can enjoy during your time in Malaysia. You’re bound to find this delicacy at almost every restaurant and make it a point to step out of your Malaysian hotel, the likes of Silka Maytower, Kuala Lumpur to explore and look for this dish!

 

Sweet potato balls

Sweet potato balls are exactly what it sounds like, crunchy exterior with a fluffy and chewy filling that’ll keep you going!

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What is “Teppanyaki” – A unique culinary experience!

A cuisine that originated in Japan and currently gaining much popularity is “Teppanyaki” read on to know what it is and know more about this amazing cooking practice.

Teppanyaki

Teppanyaki | Image Credit : Pilzland, Teppanyaki-Steak, CC BY-SA 3.0

What is it?

Teppanyaki is a style of Japanese cuisine that uses an iron griddle to cook food. the griddle is kept searing hot to cook food quicker and the cooking method gives the food a unique flavour that many will start loving once they try.

What can you have in Teppanyaki?

Almost all meats and vegetables can be cooked in this style but the most popular food item that is cooked on the griddle is steak. The meat on the griddle takes just a few minutes to cook and once done it will certainly be a delight to savour. Apart from steak, other food items such as shrimp, scallops, fish, chicken, mushrooms and many others can also be cooked Teppanyaki-Style.

The Griddle

Teppanyaki Griddles are called Teppan, they are flat and mostly propane heated. They are used to prepare food in front of the guest which makes their appetite grow and to provide them with a unique dining experience.

Where can you find Teppanyaki?

This type of cuisine can be enjoyed in many Japanese restaurants, there are also a number of special teppanyaki restaurants the likes of Benihana Thailand and that specialise in serving food that is prepared this way. Visiting one of them will certainly be an amazing culinary experience.

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Where to Eat and Drink in Wan Chai – Discover the best of Chinese cuisine

The metropolitan area of Wan Chai is a great place to grab some of the most delicious authentic Chinese cuisine from world-renowned restaurants. Here are some top picks you should try out.

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Super Star Seafood Restaurant

The restaurant holds much popularity to the extent that it is a bit difficult to find a table at times. If you are a seafood lover, this is the ideal place to be at. Also, this spot is popular among locals and tourists alike for its dim sum! You’ll come across a broad selection of dim sum staples like steamed pork spare ribs, jumbo spring rolls, rice rolls and more.

Fung Shing Restaurant

You can smell and feel and enjoy the world they offer you simple, delicious yet cheap food here. If you stay at a Hong Kong boutique hotel the likes of Cosmo Hotel Hong Kong, it won’t take long to reach this restaurant. And it is a nice getaway if you are bored with traditional Chinese meals such as chicken, steamed fish, fried rice and noodles.

Tao Heung

If you have a soft spot for hotpot, Tao Heung is the place you shall not miss. Tao Heung is dedicated to the hotpot business. Once you get there, you will note how different and original they are in their way of doing things.

Inn Side Out

Your journey to Hong Kong will consummate once you step into Inn Side Out. ISO, as it is known among frequenters, has so many things to watch out for. Nestled on a grassy pitch, it is an ideal place to enjoy the sunshine. Their meals include chicken salad, soba noodles and the hoisin dressing in the salad.

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