3 Malaysian Restaurants Around The World That Are Making Us Proud
Good Malaysian restaurants are sprouting around the world and are starting to develop a larger fanbase that aren't just limited to our countrymen.
Food Terminal over in Atlanta, The U.S., is run by Malaysian entrepreneurs who have migrated to the States and established a variety of successful cuilnary businesses over there, with Food Terminal being their latest and most ambitious project.
A restaurant with an open floor concept that serves authentic Asian street foods with a heavy focus on Malaysian cuisine, foods such as curry laksa and yong tau foo, chicken rice and Ipoh hor fun are all up for grabs.
Over in Dublin, Ireland, Malaysian eatery Kopitiam has been praised by The Irish Times, whipping up essential foods like Penang prawn mee, roti canai, nasi lemak and even throwing in some pandan flavoured pancakes to the mix.
Moving back a little closer to home, Café Malacca in Hong Kong has also received high praise from dining_newspaper South China Morning Post.
The article raves about the restaurant's Penang-based owner's decision to take her chefs to Malaysia and Singapore to get a real taste of the hawker-fare to better recreate them back in Hong Kong.
As Malaysia Day takes place tomorrow, it is great to know that Malaysians in these parts of the world can also indulge in flavours of home without needing to fly back.
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