MALAYSIAN FOOD Guide in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Compilation | Introduction to Malaysian Cuisine


Join us as we eat delicious Malaysian food in this eats guide to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Malaysian cuisine is one of the most diverse on the planet incorporating Malay, Chinese, Indian and other influences. We make time to eat them all and we’re quite certain your mouth will be watering as we take you to busy night markets to sample Malaysian street food in Kuala Lumpur as well as some great local restaurants.

Malaysian Cuisine in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Playlist:

1) Malaysian Street Food Tour in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia at Jalan Alor Street Night Market
2) Our favorite Malaysian Food in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia eating Peranakan cuisine (Nyonya Laksa 叻沙 喇沙)
3) Breakfast in Malaysia | Eating Roti in Kuala Lumpur
4) Street Food in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia at Jalan Petaling Street Night Market in Chinatown
5) Malaysian Food – Eating Nasi Lemak in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
6) Indian Food in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Malaysian Food Guide in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Compilation Travel Video Transcript:

Good evening good evening! We are in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. And we’re hungry it is at night so that means we’re going out for street food. And where are we?

So today we’re checking out Jalan Alor. Or the Alor Street Night Market.

lright guys, for today’s lunch we’re at the Central Market here in Kuala Lumpur and we’re going to be trying something that is called Peranakan Cuisine or Nyonya Cuisine.

And basically this is a combination of Chinese and Malay ingredients and cooking styles and it is the type of food that you’d be able to find in Malacca, Penang, Singapore or parts of Indonesia. It is really tasty.

Malaysian Food Guide in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Compilation | Introduction to Malaysian Cuisine:

Yeah, and since we’re not going to be able to go to Malacca this time around. Awe!

We found a place that specializes in Nyonya Cuisine right here. Yes.

So happy guys and my mouth is watering. The food came out so quickly and the portions are huge and everything smells delicious.

Look at how big the Laksa (叻沙 – 喇沙) is.

Look at the size of this bowl. Like look at my little hands. Put your hand over top of it.

And you know what? We should also mention before we finish up. Oh yeah. There isn’t just one typical Malaysian breakfast. Because you have so many different cultures here. There is like different meals that you can get for breakfast. There is Malay, Chinese, Indian food. Yeah. In fact, we saw someone at the Central Market selling little triangle shaped Nasi Lemak. Which is wrapped in a banana leaf and yeah that looked tempting as well too.

Welcome to Chinatown! Yeah, so we’re in Kuala Lumpur in Chinatown. This is where we’re staying. Yes. We’re hungry. We’re craving some street food and this is just the place to check it out. Yeah, so today we’re going to be eating along Jalan Petaling (茨厂街). Yeah, Petaling Night Market Street (茨廠街). Yeah, lots of food here and it is already busy. The sun has gone down so let’s go get started.

Food time.

Okay, so we walked out of the hotel and we found. We found something right away. Oh yeah. It is claypot chicken rice and it looks so good from across the street. It is cooking right behind us. Literally right behind us. It looks so good. We can’t wait for it to arrive. In the meantime you’ve got yourself a local iced tea. Ice tea. It is so hot out.

I tried a little bit of it already. It is quite sweet.

Alright, the claypot chicken rice (砂煲鸡饭) is here. Check it out. It is served in like this claypot itself so I’m being very careful not to touch it because I have a feeling this would burn.

Well good morning good morning. Today we are having a late breakfast. It is probably close to ten in the morning and we’re at a place called Old Town White Coffee. So we’re going to be having Nasi Lemak which is one of the national dishes of Malaysia. And it basically consists of rice cooked in coconut milk. Steamed with coconut milk. So that should be really tasty. We’ve ordered two different varities. Sam already has his white coffee here so he’ll be having that.

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