by Neon London0
Ever Eaten Keropok Lekor? Malaysia Fest Returns with Unusual Street Food
Think London has it all? Well it doesn’t. Well it didn’t until this weekend where loads of food from Malaysia you may never have seen before is being served in Trafalgar Square between midday and 10pm.
Malaysia Fest, now in it’s seventh year, is returning bigger, better and definitely brighter with a colourful programme of travel, entertainment, arts, crafts, cooking demonstrations and lots and lots of food. Keep on walking past the familiar Satay, Rendangs, Nasi Lemak, Roti Canai, Curries, Dahls, Sambals, Salads and Laksas and give these unusual dishes a try:
Pasembur (tofu, potato, flour, senkung, cucumber)
Mee Rebus (dried shrimp, sweet potato, chili, squid, yellow noodles, half boiled egg, tofu)
Lockhing Satay Ikan (traditional Kelantan fish satay)
Keropok Lekor (traditional Malay fish cracker snack from Terengganu)
Ayam Pedas Goreng Bawang Putih (spicy fried chicken)
Udang Galah Pangang Limau Pedas (spicy friend prawns)
Ayam Kukus (steamed chicken*)
Daging Masak Kecap (beef*)
Ayam Masak Kecap (chicken dish*),
Assam Pedas (fish*)
Overwhelmed? Don’t be! Everything will be priced around £5 so visitors can graze in true Malay food market style. Just don’t have any breakfast.
12 midday – 10pm