Malaysian Street Food Tour in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | HUGE  Chinese, Indian and Malay Food JOURNEY!

Malaysian Street Food Tour in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | HUGE Chinese, Indian and Malay Food JOURNEY!

Alright so check it out It’s Trevor James I am with Chuchu We just flew in to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia And we’re coming here for a full on food tour of this city We’re going to eat as much as we can in the next few days This is it Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is a food heaven It’s packed with cuisine that you’ll fall in love with on your first try And you’ll never run out of new things to try as you explore the city Everywhere you go There is something to be found We can here solely to eat And found a ton of Malay, Chinese, And Indian meals and snacks that blew us away In one day You can have a blast tasting food in Hawker centers And exploring temples in Chinatown Immersing yourself in the colors and smells of little India Tasting curries over banana leaf And eating it with your bare hands And later on Feasting on Malay cuisine and roast fish in Kampung Bharu We spent 4 days in the city eating non-stop And these are the 11 must try dishes that you need to devour as soon as you arrive in Kuala Lumpur Let’s eat So right behind us here is Restoran Sin Hiap Kee This is Chinese Indian food Made by a local Chinese lady and we are going to go try it out OK So aromatic Just put a huge chunk on there Yeah yeah right there Look at that! It’s beautiful! That looks incredible Look at the fish head curry! Let’s go Look at all the meat there Oh you can just dip the fish head meat in the curry Wow the fish head meat is so tender Oh what I love about all of this Wow eating the eye! Oh my Huge mutton curry! Oh yeah, Chuchu take some! To start out your Foodrangin feast in Malaysia Malay food is a necessity One of the must try things in Malaysia is Ikan Baker roast fish with Nasi Campur You’ll have a huge selection of curries and gravies and vegetables All cooked in the local Malay style There really is nothing better OK so Chuchu Up here you have to try a Malay specialty Ikan Baker Roast fish Let’s go Oh yeah This is a huge Nasi Campur feast We have a grilled Tilapia This is a grilled swordfish But what the real magic is I’m just going right in The Ikan Bilis Dried anchovies With a super sweet almost honey like sambal Get in there And then you’ve gotta dip it in the sauce Look at that One of the joys of Malaysia is the insane amount of selection And this is definitely seen in it’s desserts The most refreshing and famous of which is the condole Found all over the roadside stalls in Kuala Lumpur When you’re feeling hot Just line up at a vendor’s stall, and order up The shaved ice, palm sugar, pandan leave jelly and coconut Will really cool you down And the sweetness really picks you up Oh look at this It’s like heavenly desserts Two cendols please For here in a bowl please Thank you! Oh here you go Chuchu Wow look at that Thank you very much It’s full of shaved ice with pandan leave jelly Coconut milk, brown sugar And in the bottom you’ll see oh red beans! Red beans Let’s try it out That’s so cooling Oh it’s so cooling on a hot day So sweet So sweet, so creamy with coconut milk Oh yeah, heaven This is still just the beginning Malaysia wouldn’t be Malaysia without it’s siganture famed dish Nasi Lemak Amazingly fragrant rice Cooked with fatty coconut milk And served with a hard boiled egg Cucumbers, peanuts, a traditional spicy sambal Dried anchovies and fried chicken This dish really has it all And without a doubt The best part is the amazingly spicy and fragrant sambal paste It’s worth the flight alone Nasi Lemak Thank you Oh beautiful So this is Nasi Lemak The absolute heavenly dish of Malaysia Smell that Ok Ok we just gotta eat this This is going to be really good Let’s eat That sambal is really potent And the anchovies mixed in with it It’s really good I think there is definitely some Pandan leaves Extra sambal just goes so well on that coconut rice I’m in heaven right now Another thing that is undoubtedly a must try in Malaysia is durian The notoriously smelly fruit So Chuchu and I went to the best spot to feast on durian in Kuala Lumpur The SS2 neighborhood durian buffet at Wai’s durian Here you can sample different varieties of the worlds stinkiest and most fragrant fruit After your first bite You’ll discover whether you’re a lifelong fan or not Luckily for both of us We both love it Oh doesn’t that look beautiful Oh yeah Look at that Maoshanwang The King of durian It’s so sweet It’s so creamy There is nothing better than durian It’s really satisfying to get your hands messy And just to take the creamy durian flesh And put it in your mouth Wow! I cannot believe this flavour exists Look at this You just put your fingers in It’s like a zipper It’s like a zipper and then Look inside! Look inside at the flesh! There is nothing better Chuchu you take a piece Malaysia is so multicultural with Indian, Malay, and Chinese cultures all mixing together And one of the joys of Malaysia is the Indian banana leaf restaurants all over the city We made our way to little India to try it out And were served one with meat curries And one with all veg For a curry addict You can really get your fix here I give you one veggie rice One veggie One veggie and one non veggie great idea Nice! Wow! OK, and then we make one for meat right? Oh Chetinnad chicken Very nice, with gravy This is chicken Prawns Oh, and an egg This side Sit over here? Thank you so much This looks really nice We have a huge Chettinad feast here in Kuala Lumpur Two banana leafs This is naan Garlic cheese naan We have some dhal and I think this is a mint chutney Take with the hand is best Take with the hand Yeah with the hand theres taste It tastes better Yeah With the right hand Thank you So use your right hand Last time I used my left and I got in a lot of trouble All vegetable curries So many veg There is lady finger I think this is mutton tofu It’s supposed to taste like mutton There is cauliflower There is green beans And then over here This is meat curry banana leaf There is squid, there’s chicken There’s mutton, there’s more chicken So much Just gotta clump it up Don’t be shy I’m not professional You know, I’m still learning just like you That flavor is incredible There you go Clump it together Use your thumb Yeah yeah there you go Is that good? So many flavors here Malaysia is just so packed with flavor And the food culture shines through every hawker center and restaurant that you visit You really need to have some local home cooked Chinese lunch when you visit We came to a little Chinese place in SS2 To try their famous BBQ pork And wow were we impressed Thank you This looks incredibly delicious We have a Malaysian Chinese home cooked lunch feast Just look at this With their own Malaysian style chili paste And then over here this is free range chicken with ginger and soy sauce Just smell that Look at that this is a true true Malaysian lunch feast The chashao is the dish to come for This really is the King of BBQ pork and is reason enough to come here alone When done right, a good chashao is one of the best flavours to savour in the world The juices and the fat burst from the pork And the sweet marinade coats your tastebuds Bringing you into the next realm Oh dip it in the chili sauce Let’s try that Om nom Oh my god That is insane Isn’t that good This chili sauce is a little sour The garlic There is definitely some honey in there It’s really nice One of the best parts about Malaysian food culture is the local hawker centers You can order up almost all the famous Malaysian dishes in one place from different stalls It’s all here Every region of Malaysia has it’s own specialties With Penang holding the crown for the famous Asam Laksa and Char Kuay Teow And Kuala Lumpur we went to go try a famous pork noodle soup The secret to a great bowl is the soup stock base Where here, it’s cooked bowl by bowl And not by bulk So we waited an hour and ten minutes to taste the sweet, fragrant pork bone broth Filled with sliced pork and innards The pork noodles are here Look at this So I’ve got the thin rice noodles Added an egg There’s juicy pork bits There’s innards There’s liver Look at that I got some liver in there That is flavorful It’s all about the soup That looks insane Any trip to Malaysia wouldn’t be complete without tasting the local Malay Nasi Dagang traders rice Rice cooked with coconut milk, shallots, lemongrass, and fenugreek seeds Makes its incredibly fragrant and creamy It’s served with some mandatory cucumber pickles and tuna curry Cooked not in the Indian style, but in the Malay style Made with coconut milk, lemongrass, galangal, chili paste and turmeric It’s insanely delicious Nasi Dagang with the fish You can choose with the beef or chicken Chicken please This one is spicy Yeah that would be good One Nasi da gang Nasi Dagang Wow beautiful One fish? Yes please This is Nasi Minyak Oh, beauty Thank you so much This is tuna Yes, tuna And, look at all the chilies Lots of chili Wow Thank you very much Thank you so much So we have a big Nasi Dagang traders rice feast here today Coconut rice Just look at how fragrant it is And this is like a tuna curry here With all these fresh chilies And then over here This is a chicken with sambal And we’re going to have to put some on the rice Look at that! Get a little extra sambal on there In that fragrant rice with coconut milk Oh thank you Beef kurma with potatoes Very nice Wow this is really good The coconut rice is very fragrant Thank you The next dish is an irresistible dish found all throughout Malaysia that you need to try Bak Kut Teh The name literally translates from Hokkien As meat bone tea And consists of meaty pork ribs Simmered in a complex broth of herbs and spices Like star anise, cinnamon, cloves, fennel seeds, and garlic The most famous bak kut teh is in Klang About an hour outside of KL But we decided to go to Puchong instead To try their unique dry version Wow that smells insane There is organs There is intestine There is fatty pork And it’s the most fragrant, herbal Look at that That smells amazing Just look how deep the fatty pork goes Now we’ve got two coconuts Bak Out Teh is best dipped into a garlic chili soy sauce You first take the fatty meat, dip it in And then it just melts into your mouth like heaven Just put it on the rice That looks Look at that Let’s try it out It’s like herbally It tastes like Chinese medicine with cinnamon and star anise Let’s try the dry version For our final meal and for the one meal that I always miss when I leave Malaysia We went to go have roti canai and teh Tarik Hand pulled tea This is Malaysian style hand made flatbread Served with a variety of curries to dip it in It’s served throughout Malaysia Commonly in 24 hour Mamak restaurants run by Muslim Indians This is pure guilty pleasure Roti Pisang Thank you very much Gorgeous This is what it’s all about in Malaysia Roti Pisang Let’s just get in there while we are waiting for our teh Tarik Use your hands Dip it in Cheers You gotta dip it It’s like dipping a sweet, crispy banana roti bread Into a really nice and spicy pungent curry Alright so thank you so much for watching our food and travel videos We have had an insane time here in Malaysia So much food Unbelievably delicious It’s amazing So please click that like button Leave a comment down below And subscribe if you haven’t already Thanks so much for watching guys


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