Malaysian Food Street

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Malaysian Food Street is one dining destination not to be missed! We created a unique old-town ambience to flavour the experience of indulging in some of Malaysia's finest and famous hawker fare.

Authentic dishes from around the Peninsula range from KL Claypot Rice to Penang Hokkien Mee to Klang Bak Kut Teh and much more.

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Location
Waterfront, Level 1

Operating Hours
Mon, Tue, Thu
11am –9pm

Fri - Sun and Public Holiday
9am –10pm

Last Order: 30 minutes before closing

Closed on Wed

Business as usual on Wednesdays from 1 - 31 Dec 2017.

 

 

 
Bak Chor Mee - Malaysian Food Street

Bak Chor Mee

Malaysia

A well-loved street food, Bak Chor Mee tantalises with a flavoursome combination of minced pork, sliced pork, meatballs, braised mushrooms and fresh crisp lettuce on a bed of springy noodles. The ingredients are then tossed in a concoction of special sauce, aged vinegar and signature chilli for the perfect balance of spicy tanginess and savoury goodness.

Char Koay Kak - Malaysian Food Street

Char Koay Kak

Penang

Wok-fried with eggs, shrimps and a black soy sauce that’s savoury rather than sweet, Char Koay Kak offers a delicious variation to the local favourite by using a rice flour based “cake”.

Desserts - Malaysian Food Street

Desserts

Malaysia

The sweet taste of Malaysia is found on this side of the Malaysian Food Street. From famous Penang cendol and ice kacang to black glutinous rice and sweet potato soup, we offer a tantalising variety to satisfy the sweet tooth.

 
Curry Fish Head - Malaysian Food Street

Fish Head Curry

Penang

Fish Head Curry is a highly popular dish where fresh red sea bream head is stewed in curry using traditional Malaysian cooking methods and spices. The fragrant stew is then laced with tamarind and curry leaves, with the addition of lady’s fingers, tomatoes and onions to create a harmonious medley of sour and spicy notes with the distinctive sweetness of perfectly cooked fish head.

Fried Rice - Malaysia Food Street

Fried Rice

Made of steamed rice stir-fried with prawns, eggs and scallions until every grain is fragrant with flavour, this popular dish is great for any time of the day.

Fung Wong Confectionary - Malaysian Food Street

Fung Wong Confectionery

Kuala Lumpur

From a home-based pastry business more than 100 years ago to a firmly established brand name in Kuala Lumpur today, Fung Wong Confectionery brings its rich traditions to Resorts World Sentosa. Unrivalled in taste, the original recipes are still used to bake the ever-popular items, including crispy Char Siew Bao and fragrant egg tarts.

Mo Mo So
Silky smooth lotus seed paste wrapped within a delightfully fragrant crust.

Red Bean Roll
This pastry is rolled with layers of red bean paste and packed with nostalgic flavour with every bite.

Wife Biscuit
Relive the flavours of tradition with this soft, chewy pastry where sweet and refreshing winter melon paste is enveloped in thin, flaky skin.

 
Claypot Rice - Malaysian Food Street

Heun Kee Claypot Chicken Rice

Kuala Lumpur

Heun Kee perfects the art of this delectable dish, which is carefully tended over a charcoal flame to infuse the magical flavours that make this claypot delicacy unforgettable. Three different kinds of rice are used for that soft fluffy texture, and together with the delicious salted fish soaked in fragrant sesame oil with a hint of Chinese wine gives it a distinct traditional taste. Heun Kee also uses a unique heated charcoal cover to ensure that the claypot delicacy is thoroughly cooked and served piping hot.

Kampung Nasi Lemak - Malaysian Food Street

Kampung Nasi Lemak (Halal)

Malaysia

Moist coconut-flavoured rice, accompanied with traditional sambal chilli ikan bilis, and tender morsels of chicken or beef. Nothing beats one of Malaysia's national bestsellers!

Hokkien Mee - Malaysian Food Street

KL Jalan Alor Hokkien Mee

Kuala Lumpur

KL Jalan Alor Hokkien Mee is renowned for the dark sauce that gives the noodles a fragrant aroma and succulent flavour. With a recipe perfected over 30 years, this Kuala Lumpur signature dish is truly one to savour.

Wanton Mee - Malaysian Food Street

KL Wanton Mee

Kuala Lumpur

Another of Kuala Lumpur's most popular dishes makes its mark in Malaysian Food Street. Delicate noodles drenched in a rich, dark soy sauce mix; and a generous serving of tender Char Siew, green vegetables and tasty minced pork wantons make this a deliciously wholesome meal.

Bak Kut Teh - Malaysian Food Street

Klang Bak Kut Teh

Klang

Bak Kut Teh, the aromatic herbal broth of pork ribs, is widely regarded to have originated from Klang. Served together with steamed rice and a generous cut of pork ribs, this hearty dish is an all-time favourite.

Chicken Rice Ball - Malaysian Food Street

Malacca Chicken Rice Ball

Malacca

Savour the taste of Malacca with the fragrant and succulent Chicken Rice Balls. Made from tender steamed chicken, this delicacy dipped in the special homemade garlic chilli sauce with a hint of calamansi and lime, is definitely one of Malaysian Food Street's must-tries.

Prawn Mee - Malaysian Food Street

Hokkien Prawn Mee

Penang

Visit this stall for the rich authentic taste of Hokkien Prawn Mee that has been perfected with over 26 years of improvisation. The secret is in the broth, which is made from the combination fried fresh prawn shells and homemade chilli mix.

Penang Laksa - Malaysian Food Street

Penang Assam Laksa

Penang

Authentic mouth-watering Penang Assam Laksa whipped up by Aunty Mooi, who has 20 years of experience under her belt, this noodle dish comes simmering in a thick and spicy broth, generously topped with finely sliced vegetables, and served with a spoonful of prawn paste.

Cuttlefish Kang Kong - Malaysian Food Street

Penang Cuttlefish Kang Kong

Penang

Enjoy the simple pleasures of sliced, marinated cuttlefish and fresh green kang kong, drizzled with traditional sweet sauce and a fragrant sprinkling of sesame and crushed peanuts.

Fruit Rojak - Malaysian Food Street

Penang Fruit Rojak

Penang

This mouthwatering Penang classic is made of cucumber, pineapple, green mango and turnip, drenched in a flavourful prawn paste with specially concocted chili sauce, and sprinkled with chopped peanuts as a finishing touch.

Lor Mee - Malaysian Food Street

Penang Hai Beng Hainan Lor Mee

Penang

Established in 1984, Hai Beng Hainan Lor Mee is famous for the fresh stock that is simmered for at least nine hours, transforming into a luscious full-bodied, dark-coloured sauce. This savoury and well-balanced Lor Mee comes with fried shallots, soya-braised sliced pork belly and a special homemade dipping sauce of garlic and vinegar.

Char Koay Teow - Malaysian Food Street

Penang Lim Brothers' Char Koay Teow

Penang

Char Koay Teow needs no introduction but when it is prepared by the Lim Brothers, this delectable dish of fragrant noodles skillfully fried in soya sauce, is taken to a higher level. With over 50 years in the business, the Lim Brothers are synonymous with this delicious and well-loved dish.

Toast and Drinks - Malaysian Food Street

Petaling Jaya Toast & Drinks

Petaling Jaya

Wash down your meal with a refreshing ice-cold beverage, or sit down with friends over a hot cup of freshly brewed Nanyang Coffee. For a light snack, try the traditional Kaya Toast.

Nasi Briyani - Malaysian Food Street

Roti Canai & Nasi Briyani (Halal)

Malaysia

Malaysian Food Street would not be complete without Roti Canai and Nasi Briyani, both firm favourites in Singapore and across the causeway. The Roti Canai (or Roti Prata as it is known in Singapore) is served with a choice of curries, and the Nasi Briyani packs an irresistible punch with its combination of fragrantly spiced basmati rice, crispy papadom, tangy vegetable achar and a selection of traditionally stewed chicken, fish or mutton.

Straits Satay - Malaysian Food Street

Straits of Satay

Malaysia

Brought in by popular demand, our satays are skewers of succulent meaty chunks that are grilled over a traditional charcoal fire. Accompanied by our signature satay sauce of mixed ground peanuts and topped with tangy pineapple, this delicacy is always a firm favourite.

 
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Sempalit Curry Chicken

Originating from Sempalit in Pahang, a village with a population that is 95% Chinese, this dish came about in 1951when Damodaran Nair came with the idea to make his curry less spicy to appeal to his fellow villagers.

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