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    Beriani Gam Johor
    Briyani Gam Johor was originated from Middle East (Arab States) and made popular in India and Pakistan by Muslim travelers and merchants. Biryani or Briyani is a set of rice-based food with spices, ba ...
    Coconut Water
    Perlis is renowned for its refreshing coconut water or known by the local as “air nira kelapa”.  Coconut wateris the purest liquid second only to water itself. It is chock full of ele ...
    Rojak Kateh
    ‘Rojak Kateh’ is a well-known Terengganu traditional desert made from the cartilage cow’s legs. It is sliced which then cooked in vinegar and chili sauce until they are tender yet sl ...
    Nasi Kandar
    Being a popular northern Malaysian dish, which originates from Penang Nasi Kandar is a steamed rice which can be plain or mildly flavored and served with a variety of curries and other side dishes. On ...
    Cendol Leman Dawi
    Cendol is a traditional dessert originating from Indonesia. It is also popular in Singapore, Malaysia and Southern Thailand.The dessert's basic ingredients consist of coconut milk, noodles with gr ...
    Onde-Onde
    Onde-Onde or coconut popper is one of the traditional Malaysian cuisines. Often known as one of the most cherished nyonya recipe for all seasons in the highly conspicuous, Onde-Onde are infused with s ...
    Keropok Lekor
    One of the famous local delicacies in Terengganu, Keropok Lekor are made up of fish, flour and other ingredients which will be rolled and made into a tube-shaped that looks like sausages. There are tw ...
    Tan Kim Hock Cendol
    Cendol, a kind of pandan flavored jelly is served in coconut milk. Nowadays, people has improvised on the Cendol and invented Durian and sometimes, soy flavored Cendol. This is extremely popular with ...
    Tapai Pulut
    Lounge glutinous rice or Tapai Pulut is a traditional food in Malaysia and is very popular among people of the east coast, especially in Terengganu, and Kelantan. The main materials used to make gluti ...
    Pomelo Fruit
    The Pomelo Fruit is a citrus fruit native to South East Asia. It is usually pale green to yellow when ripe, with sweet white flesh and very thick pudgy rind. It is the largest citrus fruit, 15&nd ...
    Roti Jala
    Roti jala, or net bread, gets its name from the net-like formation that's created by making zigzagging lines with flour on a large skillet. Roti Jala is a Malay Net pancake serves with either chic ...
    Asam Pedas
    The main ingredients in asam pedas are usually seafood or freshwater fish. They are cooked in asam (tamarind) fruit juice with chilli and different spices. The cooking process involves soaking the pul ...
    Nasi Kerabu
    Nasi Kerabu dish is rice, which was originally bluish color, and usually eaten with dried fish or chicken fried, crackers, budu ulam-mistress and others. Blue rice resulting from Telang flowers used i ...
    Ayam percik (chicken with percik sauce)
    Basically, it's barbecued chicken slathered in spicy chili, garlic and ginger sauce mixed with coconut milk. Normally this Ayam Percik is grilled over a low charcoal fire. With the right amount of ...
    Kajang Satay
    Satay or saté is a dish consisting of diced, softened, marinated meat which skewered on a thin stick made of coconut frond. It is then barbecued over a tray of hot steaming charcoals until brow ...
    Dodol
    Being a famous Malaysian type of cake, Dodol is probably one of those few rare traditional food products that has survived modern-day proliferation and still being produced using traditional recipes. ...
    Asia Signature Restaurant
    Asia Signature Restoran offers you a quality food at the affordable price in the town of Kuala Terengganu. Get your lunch, dinner or tea with a variety of foods ranging from main course such as Petai& ...
    Apam Balik
    A pancake-style snack wedded with the compact package of an omelet, apam balik is stuffed with more than a sufficient amount of sugar, peanuts and the occasional sprinkle of corn -- it's a dish th ...
    Teh Tarik
    Teh tarik (literally ‘pulled tea’) is a hot milk tea beverage which can be commonly found in restaurants, outdoor stalls and kopi tiams in southeast Asian countries of Malaysia and Singapo ...
    Mee goreng mamak
    Mee Goreng Mamak or literally translated as Uncle’s Fried Noodles”, a noodle dish commonly found in hawker centre in Malaysia.  Mamak means uncle in the Tamil language. Indian being t ...
    Roti John
    Roti John, essentially an omelette sandwich, is a popular Malay breakfast and snack item in Malaysia, Brunei and Singapore. Whoever John was, it's apparent that he preferred his sandwiches made wi ...
    Laksam
    One of the authentic Terengganu local cuisine, Laksam is a dish made using both wheat and rice flours and served with sauce. The gravy is made from fish meat which is boiled, pureed and later mixed wi ...
    Sata
    Considered as one of the Terengganu food specialty, Sata is simply the most delicious snack Terengganu has to offer. Most likely considered as Terengganu best kept secret, there are two variations of ...
    Hinava
      The peoples of Sabah are blessed with an abundance of seafood for there are more than thirty ethnic groups vary, and depend on available resources. Naturally, the diet of coastal peoples was- a ...
    Laksa Johor
    Johor Laksa from Johor state in southern Malaysia, resembles Penang laksa only in the kind of fish used but differs in everything else. Johor laksa has coconut milk, use 'kerisik', dried prawns, lemon ...
    Laksa Penarak
    If you are somewhere Kuah town, why don't you try Laksa Penarak for your lunch? Laksa is a spicy noodle soup combination of Malay and Chinese cuisine. The name of 'Penarak' originating fro ...
    Nasi Lemak
    Nasi lemak is a fragrant rice dish cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaf commonly found in Malaysia, where it is considered the national dish. It is also popular in neighbouring countries such as Bru ...
    Roti Canai
    Roti canai (pronunciation tʃanai) or roti cane (pronunciation tʃane) is a type of Indian-influenced flatbread found in Malaysia. Traditionally roti canai is consumed with dhal (lentil curry) or any ...
    Ketupat Sotong
    'Ketupat Sotong’ is popular dish among the people of Terengganu. It’s a Terengganu unique traditional recipe features squids stuffed with glutinous rice cooked in thick coconut milk. A ...
    Ikan Patin Masak Lemak
    As Ikan Patin (type of river fish from the cat fish family) remains synonymous today with that area of Pahang, it is the main ingredient when preparing to cook Masak Lemak Ikan Patin. Masak Lemak Ikan ...
    Ambuyat
    Although both hill rice and padi (rice planted in irrigated fields) have been grown in Sabah for generations, this is not always the staple food, and in the far north, corn and cassava (tapioca) are o ...
    Mee Bandung
    Mee Bandung is also a traditional dish originated from Johor, specifically from Muar. The term ‘bandung’ is not derived from Bandung, Indonesia but as a term for anyting that is mixed from many in ...