Thanks to Mark from @Simply Enak - Malaysian Food, Culture and Heritage for bringing us to all this INSANE Malaysian Street Food!
Street Food in Malaysia is the BEST in The World!! And today, we're going DEEP for 3 AMAZING Malaysian Street Foods in Penang, Malaysia! And, we're finishing up with a worth it noodle challenge, to see if this $500 street noodle is really worth the price!
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Penang, Malaysia has some of the best street food in the whole world. And today, our friend Mark is bringing us for a FULL ON Street Food tour of Penang, Malaysia! Get ready to eat some of the best food in the world!
Malaysian cuisine consists of a mixture of Malay, Chinese, and Indian cuisine. What I love so much about Malaysian food is the way all these cuisines blend together and the flavours compliment each other so well.
In Penang, you can have so many different street foods on each corner. In this street food video, we're visiting some very unique and unseen street foods in Penang.
First up, Mark is bringing us to the #1 oldest and most famous Nasi Kandar shop in Penang. Nasi Kandar is a must eat in Malaysia and consists of rice and what feels like hundreds of curries all mixed together. And here in Penang, the birthplace of Nasi Kandar, we are going to the original restaurant, opened in 1907 to try it out! At Hameediya you can find lobster curry, lamb shank, tons of MASSIVe seafood and curry to mix in with your rice, and all served up super SPEEDY NINJA style!!
► Found at: Hameediyah Restaurant
164, Lebuh Campbell, George Town, 10100 George Town, Pulau Pinang
And next up, Mark is bringing us to a classic Malay style Laksa full of so many spices in a big HOT TUB!!! We drove deep into the Kampung "village" outside of Penang to find this classic Laksa hot tub full of flavour! It is such a famous Malaysian food you need to try!
►Found at: Laksa Janggus
338 MK, Jalan Bharu, Kampung Perlis, 11000, Penang
And to finish up the night, Mark is bringing us for a $500 EXPENSIVE noodle surprise!! Is it worth it? We will see! It was full of secret ingredients you will find out by watching the whole video, I really hope you enjoy it!
And it was found at his favourite Char Kuay Teow shop in Penang, made with tons of WOK HEI smoky goodness!
► Found at: Tiger Char Kuay Teow, Penang, Malaysia
179, Lebuh Carnarvon, George Town, 10450 George Town, Pulau Pinang
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Aug 2, 2020