Malaysian food festival

Malaysian food festival in India.
Sometime back I was invited by Tourism Malaysia to attend Malaysian food festival.
Being fond of Malaysian food I could not resist myself from savoring some of the dishes. I also looked for Apam Balik which was absent from the menu, probably because it is a street food.
The most common dishes like Roti Canai, Nasi Goreng etc were missing from the menu as well. Probably they wanted us to taste some new dishes. 🙂

Fish bowl soup and cauliflower curry soup
Satay chicken, Satay veg
Roti Jala
Ayam Ketumbar
Ikan Assam
Soya tofu beans salad
Rojak of fruits
Blueberry jelly
Mango Raspberry

Here I share a few photos of the cuisine. Photography wasn’t allowed unless things were on your plate. Don’t be surprised if you find more dessert in my plate. 🙂

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Roti jala, Ayam Ketumbar and soya tofu beans salad

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Chicken Satay & Veg Satay with Peanut sauce

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Blueberry jelly, Mango Raspberry and Fruit Rojak

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Fruit Rojak

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Lemon curd

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16 thoughts on “Malaysian food festival

  1. Aiyoh- how could they leave out Roti Canai– even if they wanted you to try NEW things- they can still include some of the old ones 🙂

    Man, Now I’m feeling hungry!!! 🙂

  2. @Anjuli,
    Aiyoh? 😛
    Don’t tell me that Roti Canai is new?
    Okay, I think they had guessed what I had tried & liked before so they wanted to offer something new. 🙂

  3. Oh! all mouth watering dishes. Some them look like Karachi ka halwa @ Ghaseetaram Halwai.I am likely to have them in my dreams (I am a diabetic). Thank you for for this virtual servings.

  4. @Arti,
    Yes, food was available for both non-vegetarians & vegetarians.

    @PNS,
    Now, you gave me idea. Oh my ! Karachi halwa!
    Do you know I am a sweet tooth?

  5. Let me be straight, I always envied you and even more for I am a great foodie. Having said that I am happy you got to taste all these wares. The first one looks like the mangalorian neer dosa, does it taste like one?

  6. How did they do that Roti? I just come back from breakfast in a Restaurant where I left more than half of it on the plate. THIS would have been something I’d polished off with gusto!

  7. @Sudhir,
    They always say, grass is greener on the other side. 🙂

    I haven’t tasted Mangalorian neer dosa but yes, it is made of very thin batter and includes egg. 🙂

  8. @Sankara,
    My favourite was the dessert. 🙂

    @Fida,
    This is made of a very thin batter which includes egg. Must say, it was yummy. 🙂

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