Food in Malaysia
Rashida Tayabali, Sydney, Australia
By TTM on 17 September 2009 in Travel Articles
My partner and I recently returned from a trip to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The best way to experience the food is by eating in street cafes/kiosks.
Most of KL's major areas have one or two streets allocated to about a dozen kiosks.Majority of them run by the Malays are halal(acceptable to Muslims)and clean.
Two people can eat a huge meal for AUD$3 including drinks in total. Do not bother eating at fancy restaurants as the food is much better in these cafes.
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