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  • Foodie adventures in Kuala Terengganu - Best Malay Food

    Kuala Terengganu is an old historical town rich in the history and tradition of early Muslim settlers in the region. I travelled to Kuala Terengganu in late 2019. I explored most of Kuala Terengganu in a period of a week and enjoyed a wide variety of local cuisine. Here is my take on some interesting foodie encounters in this amazing part of Malaysia. 

  • Malay Chinese restaurants in Campsie Sydney

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    Info: Campsie is an inner west suburb based in Canterbury Council Area. Campsie is surrounded by Canterbury, Belmore and Clemton Park. Campsie is accessible from the central station by train. (Bankstown Track).

    Campsie demographics has undergone a massive change in the last decade or so. The predominant Chinese, Macedonian and Greek are gradual places by Malaysian, Indonesian and Filipino. The shift has brought about an interesting change in the food served in the restaurants. Several Malay-Chinese restaurants have become regular fixtures on the main Beamish Street attracting a regular stream of customers comprising morning shift workers and family visitors in the evening. 

  • Nyonya Foodie Adventures in Malaysia - Best Malay Food

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    I have travelled extensively across Malaysia over the period of the last twenty years and visited some of the best cities popular for food. I came across Nyonya food also known as Peranakan food which is quite a popular form of cooking in Penang as well as in Melaka. Nyonya food captures the essence of the rich culinary history of Malaysia.

  • Yut Kee Foodie Adventures in Kuala Lumpur - Best Malay Food

    Yut Kee enjoys quite a reputation with local crowds and has become more of a tradition with regular crowds that visit this interesting and very affordable everyday cafe.