Nyonya Food in Malaysia
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I have travelled extensively across Malaysia over the period of the last twenty years and visited some of the best cities popular for food. I came across Nyonya food also known as Peranakan food which is quite a popular form of cooking in Penang as well as in Melaka. Nyonya food captures the essence of the rich culinary history of Malaysia.

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Kuala Terengganu

Escape from the hustle and bustle of Kuala Lumpur to enjoy the laid back and relaxed feel of the East Coast Malaysia. Kuala Terengganu is an old historical town rich in history and tradition of early Muslim settlers in the region. Along with this comes an interesting culinary mix and flavours brought by Arab traders, flavours of southern Thailand and Asian cooking style brought by Chinese settlers. 

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Yut Kee Kuala Lumpur Restaurants

Today I am going to go back in time and write about my foodie adventures in the back streets of Kuala Lumpur. Yut Kee enjoys quite a reputation with local crowds and has become more of a tradition with regular crowds that visit this interesting and very affordable everyday cafe. Located at a walking distance from Menara KL, Yut is managed by a second-generation owner. 

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Foodie eggplant dishes

All for the love of eggplant. One of my favourite vegetables. The love of eggplant dishes has taken me across borders and I am surprised, how eggplant has fitted so well in almost all cuisine across the world. Whether you can it Bhangan Bhurta ( Mashed eggplant mixed with yogurt) or Baba Ganoush (Middle Eastern Eggplant Salad), eggplant fits in well with vegetarian as well as meat recipes. 

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