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.
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.
Afternoon tea is served everyday at 4pm at the Tugu Malang and Tugu Blitar. Each day we’ve been at the hotel in Blitar we’ve had different delights. Some savoury, some sweet. You often don’t know for certain if it’s going to be sweet or savoury. You can’t tell by sight alone. It’s been a lovely treat, and the vanilla tea is delicious.
Ah…I shall miss this when we return to staying in backpacker joints. Below is a gallery of some of the delights; all of which were delicious. Continue reading