The Assam Laksa spicy noodles or the NasiKandar curry rice is one of the specialties in Kuala Lumpur and Penang. Therefore, visitors who come here have to try it.
1. Assam Laksa
Assam Laksa is one of the specialties in Malaysia, so visitors have to try when coming here. It is so famous in Penang, about 300km from here to Kuala Lumpur.
A bowl of Assam Laksa noodles is made from tough and crack noodles, and soup made from sour soup with fish. The combination between the sour taste of soup from Assam ( sour tamarinds), the sweet taste from some slices of mackerels and vegetables such as corianders, onions, peppermints, gingers make a bowl of noodles fascinating, tasty and be kept in visitors’ mind. According to CNN Travel, Assam Laksa is the seventh food in the fifty specialties in the world.
2. Nasi Kandar curry rice
Nasi Kandar, from Indian in Malaysia, is sold popularly at street stores in Penang. The special thing of this dish is curry soup with the typical spicy taste. It depends on your taste, you can eat some hot rice with some foods such as beef, chicken meat, shrimps, fried eggs, loofahs, bitter gourds, egg-plants. It also depends on your stomach, you can combine with any foods you want.
In Malaysia, The capital Kuala Lumpur and the island Penang are the palaces where this food is so famous. However, it is different ways to make it between Kuala Lumpur and Penang. In Kuala Lumpur, HokkienMee is made from egg noodles with brown solid sauce. The dish is tastier and tastier with meat, cuttle-fish, shrimps and some sambal belacan that makes the noodles spicy.
On the other hand, in Penang, HokkienMee has a good smell from fatty pork and sweet soup from stewed bones. This food is fascinating with some white noodles and some yellow noodles, fish balls, shrimps, dried onions. HokkienMee is so popular for local people to have breakfast. They also like to eat it so much.
4. Satay roasted meat with skewers
In fact, Satay is scented with peanuts and some special ingredients. Next, this food is roasted on a coal stove. The smell of skewed meat makes visitors stay in Malaysia longer to enjoy it. Satay is made from chicken meat, coat meat, sheep meat or slices of beef. Then, it is skewedthrough a bamboo bar. Satay is one of the famous street foods in Asian countries. However, Malaysia is the place where makes the best Satay in the world. Many people say that when you come to Malaysia, you have to try Satay. If you don’t try it, which means that you haven’t come to Malaysia.