Food in Malaysia is good. Very good. It’s cheap, plentiful and freely available freshly cooked on the street. Yet we often chose to eat in food courts in shopping malls. I’ll explain why.
This time round, we spent just over two weeks in Malaysia. We needed to kill some time before heading up to Chiang Mai for a month. As you can only get a 30 day visa for Thailand (we can’t be bothered with the hassle and expense of a visa run), and as we want to arrive in Sydney just before Christmas, we needed to get our arrival and departure times right. Continue reading
I’ve seen many different food concepts and ways to present/sell food on my travels, and back home in England. Some, I’ve stood back and thought ‘That, is genius’. Sadly, nothing springs to mind right now but I’m sure it will, be sure to check back. Other times I’ve thought…’You are kidding?’ I seem to have had a few of these moments in Malaysia recently, a country which has some fantastic food. I bring you three that have caught my eye.
1. HiGoat: Meaty AND Milky
Now there’s a combination that’s never crossed my mind before. Am I missing out on something? Available at a bus station in Kuala Lumpur.