People and tourists in Malaysia are spoilt for choices of great Malaysia food. There are so many shops, malls, coffee shops, stalls, restaurants, hawker centers, food courts and places that serve Malaysian food in the country and also outside the country. There are also many Malaysian food set up in its neighbour country Singapore.
Malaysia has 13 states in the country and each state has its own specialty or famous food. Popular dishes and food from Penang, Ipoh, KL, Melaka and JB are more well known among foodies, locals and visitors to its country.
Dayummmm… so where do you start to hunt for the more mouth savouring food in Malaysia?
Like Singapore, Malaysia food are easily available and found in hawker centers, food courts in malls, fast food, food kiosks in malls or train and bus stations, pasar malam food kiosks and many different types of coffee shops, eating houses and restaurants in Singapore.
Mamak Coffee Shops
There are also many mamak muslim food that are very popular. Some are opened 24 hours to cater to the unending wants of people in the region to eat all the time. The coffee shop usually serves lots of varieties of food like varieties of roti canai, nan, tosai, mee goreng, nasi goring, mee soup, tom yam noodle, nasi padang and many many more.
Local Coffee Shops
Coffee shops that offers varieties of local, western, Malay, Chinese and Indian food are very popular among the locals and tourist in the country. In fact, there are many places that have a few coffee shops located just next to each other to cater to the customers. Many of the coffee shop owners sublet to a few different food stalls that help increase the varieties of choices within the coffee shop.
So, usually when you visit a common coffee shop in Malaysia, you can find varieties of local, western, Malay, Chinese and Indian food within the same shop.
Food in Malaysian Malls
Malls in Malaysia offer many varieties of food from restaurants, food courts and food kiosks for their visitors. Some malls have so many types and varieties of food offerings to spoil customers with food choices.
Food courts in Malaysia serve quite affordable food which ranges from $4-10 for a plate or bowl of rice or noodle.
Food in restaurants usually ranges from $5-35 for a plate or bowl of rice or noodle.
Hawker Centers are available in all parts of Malaysia. There are many, many types of different local food varieties offered in hawker centers, and the prices in hawker centers are usually cheaper than the ones you find in most food courts.
Malaysia hawker centers food usually ranges from $4-$8 for a plate or bowl of rice or noodle.
Fast Food Chains
Fast food chains like MacDonalds, Burger King, KFC, Wendy’s, Subway, Chang Kee, are among the favourite for some kids and many teenagers in Malaysia.
However, when you are hunting for Malaysia food, many would love to savour and enjoy the famous local delights like char koay teow, koay teow soup, mee goring, nasi goreng, laksa, sea food and many many more. Most of these favourite local food can be easily found in all over Malaysia. However, food hunting adventure starts when one is hunting for the best in the country. Where do you think serve the best local or street food in Malaysia? Is it Penang, Melaka, KL or JB or is it Ipoh. Well, each state has its specialities and every one are usually mouth-watering gooooddd.
Food Hunting In Malaysia
So, where do you start for food hunting in Malaysia? Usually most would just go to nearby eateries. However, depending on what you feel like having, the feel of the ambience and what you are willing to pay for your meal, you can start looking for the best food in Malaysia that suits your wants, emotion, occasion and budget for the meal.