People say, Malaysians love to eat, so much so that they’re talking about what to have for dinner while still having lunch! This trend is almost unavoidable, since we have so much variety around us, from traditional dishes like Nasi Lemak , Chicken rice and Chappati to more international flavours like sushi and grilled meat dishes.
With so many to choose from, it’s almost a wonder how Malaysians can actually choose a place to dine on a daily basis. However, hope is not lost as we’ll compile some of the hottest eating trends to hit the Klang Valley in recent times, just to make life a little easier for everyone.
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In the hectic lives of the busy modern Malaysian, we have to ensure that we eat right and healthy. This is because eating enough fresh fruits and vegetables will not only give you the vitamins and nutrients your need, it will also help to nullify the negative impact that stress imparts on our bodies. To make sure you get a dose of that healthy nutrition packed goodness, check out this deal for Organic Recipes.
Japanese Cheese Cakes
Cheese cakes from Japan started making an appearance at out shores about 5 years ago and became an instant hit because of their light and fluffy texture, as well as their not too sweet taste, which is precisely suited to local taste buds. These cheese cakes were actually first developed and sold in Hokkaido, in the northern part of Japan. Ever since their introduction in Malaysia, even small town bakeries have begun to bake Hokkaido style cheese cakes to meet the demands of their customers. Do check out one of the local options for having Hokkaido cheese cakes at a bargain price.
Who can forget the smell of coffee brewing in an old style Kopitiam or warung? Coffee drinking has been part of our food culture and tradition for the longest time, but it has definitely evolved over the years and people now tend to drop by cafes and have their lattes, espressos or cappuccinos prepared by a trained barista. Check out this lovely spot to sip your coffee for a great bargain.
We would be mistaken to think that burgers only come from fast food joints. Nowadays, there is a food revolution happening whereby you can get quality burgers made from pure beef and chicken patties with the restaurant’s own unique twists to the recipe. Expect seldom heard ingredients like chipolata and guacamole to be included in your burgers too! Indeed, many gourmet burger restaurants are popping up all over the place, notably in areas like Subang and Petaling Jaya.
Intrepid young executives are quitting their day jobs and entering the world of food service in a new and pioneering way by serving quality home made western or fusion dishes from their own food trucks. This trend has seen young professionals leave their comfy office jobs to fry up a mean dish of pasta, wrap up delicious tacos and toss pizza dough with aplomb, and their fans are more than happy to lap everything up. The hotspots for food trucks are mainly in Subang SS15, Pusat Bandar Damansara and Damansara Heights.