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Nasi Kerabu

Means Salad Rice or Herb Rice in Malaysian.
A herbaceous rice dish originated from Kelantan (Northeast of Peninsula Malaysia) packs full of different flavours and textures.

Ayam Percik

a signature Kelantanese dish, grilled chicken that has been marinated for more than 12 hours with lemongrass, galangal and fresh turmeric coated with a creamy coconut sauce cooked with lemongrass, herbs, chili & tamarind sauce. If coconut is your thing, you would love it.

Satay Ayam aka Satay Chicken

A classic dish all over the streets in Malaysia, from the capital city of Kuala Lumpur to the smaller cities in the countryside, you will smell the fragrance of satay chicken grilling on top of a hot barbeque.

Beef Rendang

(Occasionally when Rob feels like cooking…)
A dish where I feel that is proper Malaysian, sharing ingredient common in Chinese and Thai cuisine and then cooking it for hours in coconut milk until the sauce has reduced leaving behind an intense and rich dry curry dish like nothing else.