More Malaysian Food in London

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Kuih Serimuka (rice pudding)

Kuih Serimuka (rice pudding)

Malaysian food is top of my list of food…..full of flavours. With so many different races residing in Malaysia, a dish of fried noodles can turn out in many ways, presentation and tastes. To me, it’s important to go to the right place with the right chef cooking the food. There is not much choice in UK. It can be quite a frustrating and disappointing experience to go to any one thinking you can get authentic Malaysian food. So far, I’m quite pleased with Malaysian Hall at London which offers rather authentic Malaysian food at a very reasonable price. I had written 3 articles previously.
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There are more great Malaysian food at the Malaysian Hall. I have here another 2 awesome dishes and a dessert that’s really commendable. They are fried vermicelli or ‘mi hoon goreng’ and ‘assam laksa’ which is rice noodles in a sour and spicy fish soup. It is very nice and appetizing. All the fried noodles or vermicelli are spicy so if you don’t eat spicy, you have to let them know.

'Mi Hoon Goreng' (fried rice vermicelli)

Fried Rice Vermicelli (mi hoon goreng)

Spicy, sourish rice noodles soup (assam laksa)

Spicy, sourish rice noodles soup (assam laksa)

We ordered 2 appetizers. One is ‘lepat pisang’ which is banana batter wrapped in banana leaf and steamed. I don’t really like this one. Besides the colour didn’t appeal to me. The other dessert , ‘kuih serimuka’ is very delicious. It is made up of a layer of slightly saltish bottom layer of glutinous rice cooked in coconut milk and a top layer of sweet rice pudding. The combination of taste and texture is fabulous.

Banana pudding (lepat pisang) at the back

Banana pudding (lepat pisang) at the back and 'serimuka' in front

Have you tried any Malaysian food? Do you like spicy food? Do you cook Malaysian food? What is your favourite Malaysian food? Please share, add and comment in the comment box below. Keep learning keep smiling!

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One Comment

Lyrical Lemongrass  on August 18th, 2009

I’ve heard great things about Malaysia Hall too.

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