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Without a doubt, Malaysian cuisine is beyond delicious. If you are travelling to Kuala Lumpur or any other city in Malaysia for that matter, try a few of the extremely awesome dishes available before leaving the country. You will never regret doing so.
Glutton Street is literally translated as 'Wai Sik Kai' in Cantonese. There is not much of a history with regards to this street. It is just a concentration of food stalls mainly manned by the Chinese community.
Night market is a street market that sells a wide variety of items such as food, clothes, electronics, fruits, toys and so much more. It has a rich history and is believed to have begun from China.
'Mamak', managed by the Indian community who migrated from Southern India is popular with the locals. A famous hang-out, they gained popularity by offering food like 'roti canai', fried noodles, 'nasi lemak', 'nasi briyani', curries and of course, the signature 'teh tarik'.
Penang, also known as the Pearl of the Orient, attracts tourists from far and near for its food. It offers good food with great flavours that has generations of history.
The tradition of having banana leaf rice comes from Southern India where rice is more commonly consumed compared to 'roti' or naans. Due to the large South Indian ethnic community in Malaysia and Singapore, banana leaf rice restaurants are widely available in both countries.