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Malaysian cuisine is dear to me. It was the first Asian cuisine I discovered on my own, overseas. I have fond memories of hanging out in Jalan Alor, KL and Penang where the street food was good enough that I wouldn’t look anywhere else.

Thanks to cheap air travel and the exodus of foreign/foreign-owned cuisines to the country’s major cities, we don’t have to look too far. And of course, there are the regular offerings by the five-star hotels. Like what the Diamond Hotel is unveiling from September 5 to 16 with Makanan Lazat: A Malaysian Food Festival. The festival showcases the culinary diversity of Malaysia as interpreted by Philippine-based Malaysian Chef Cheong Yan See of Enderun Colleges.

Out of the long array of food lined up in the buffet, we highly recommend trying out a warm bowl of Curry Laksa (egg noodles with coconut curry broth). If you haven’t been introduced to Malaysian food, this is a must-taste. And if you’re familiar to the cuisine, prepare to be addicted. The laksa at Corniche is one of the best I’ve tasted in town… too bad this is for a limited time only.

Curry Laksa (Egg Noodles with Coconut Curry Broth)

(Photo courtesy of Diamond Hotel)

Here’s some of the food to look forward to during the festival, prepare your adventurous palate:

Dalcha Kambing ( lamb shank & lentil curry)
beef rendang
Hookien Mee
ayam panggang percik ( Malaysian-style chicken inasal)
nasi lemak (steamed coconut rice)
chili prawns
mamak fish head curry
stir-fried chili clams
Popiah- fresh yambean spring rolls
sago gula melaka
red bean cream
stuffed tofu
…… and many more!

The Malaysian Food Festival is available for only Php 1,600 nett per person, or at Php 1,888 nett to include a free flow of tropical juices. And as you dine, experience a Malaysian spectacle with live demonstration by Chef Francis Loh, of how Teh Tarik, an Indian milk tea beverage, is made with some serious tea-pouring skills.

The food fest was made possible in partnership with Enderun Colleges, Robinsons Supermarket, and Tourism Malaysia and in cooperation with media partner 105.1 FM Crossover.

Diamond Hotel Philippines is located at Roxas Boulevard corner Dr. J. Quintos St., Manila. For inquiries and reservations, please call Corniche at (632) 528-3000 local 1121

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This blog is my own happy place where I've written on a sundry of topics since 2004. Am an entrepreneur and busy mom who's passionate about travel, food and fitness. Email me at annalyn.jusay@gmail.com for inquiries & collaborations....thank you!

One Comment

  1. Rizallon says:

    Mmmm.. looks delicious..

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