Every weekend or public holiday, Singaporean families would travel in hordes across the causeway in search for authentic, honest-to-goodness hawker food. Two of the undisputed popular foodies destinations are Penang and Kuala Lumpur. Well, if you want to satisfy your cravings for Malaysian street food but the thought of packing for the entire family, braving the traffic jams, the crowd and the newly ‘imposed’ toll charges puts you off, fret not. From now till 10 May 2015, the Malaysian Food Street at Resorts World Sentosa has invited 3 guest-chefs to bring us more ‘legendary’ dishes to add to their already comprehensive, mouth-watering menu.
Here are the featured dishes and what this Penangite think about them:
- Penang Beef Hor Fun Soup – $8
I remember eating this as a child on those occasions when my parents had to run errands at the banks which are located at Weld Quay area where this hawker stall is found. One spoonful of this and it was as if I’m home in Penang. The soft, translucent, melt-in-your-mouth koay teow soaks up the clear, flavorful broth making each mouthful sublime. I forgot how it was like to savour a beef dish that is so light but yet so tasty. The beef slices are cooked to the right tenderness and infused perfectly with the herbs without any slightest hint of ‘beefy’ smell. Divine!
- Penang Mamak Mee Goreng – $6.50
The 4th generation chef himself hails from Pulau Tikus and learnt the ropes from his father to master this unassuming dish. However, this is no ordinary Mee Goreng. The burst of Malay and Indian spices can be tasted from the yellow noodles whose textures are enhanced by chunks of deep-friend bean curd. The Mee Goreng is not as dense and oily as the Singapore version.
- Penang Koay Teow Th’ng – $6
This used to be my comfort food growing up. As a child, whenever I was ill and unable to stomach any of the ‘heaty’, spicier food, I would order this dish without fail. Its name means ‘Koay Teow (Rice Stick) Soup’. This Koay Teow Th’ng looks deceptively humble but is one tough dish to master – the soup is clear but has depth. Worthy of mention also are the springy fishballs handmade fresh daily. One slup and the koay teow glides smoothly down. Heavenly! This dish is light on the palate and hence the best dish for very young kids and senior citizens.
Apart from these 3 new dishes above, there are these other ‘regular’ staples at the RWS Malaysian Food Street which you must not miss:
- Penang Char Koay Teow – $6 (with Egg)
The classic hawker dish that is synonymous with Penang. Short of taking a flight there yourself, this is where I come to get my Penang Char Koay Teow fix. For the promotion, RWS has flown in the actual ‘sifu’ (Master) from none other the coffee shop near my Penang home in Island Glades. Which means THIS is the actual dish I grew up eating, cooked by the same ‘Uncle’! What a bonus! Fresh Koay Teow wok-fried with prawns, lap cheong (chinese sausage), eggs, bean sprouts, chives and a drizzle of his secret sauces makes this Char Koay Teow a winner.
- Penang Prawn Mee – $6.50
This dish, to me, is the ultimate hawker fix. The prawn stock is simmered with herbs and spices over low fire for hours, distilling a rich, thick broth which is then served with thin bee hoon or yellow noodles of your choice, kangkong, prawns, cuttlefish, hard-boiled eggs and optional pork ribs. An absolutely satisfying dish which warrants slurping up the soup to its very last drop.
- Fried Lou See Fun (Mee-Tai-Mak) from Jalan Alor, KL – $6.50
An adaptation of the KL ‘Black’ Hokkien Mee served with fresh prawns, cabbage and cuttlefish, this is one dish where no Singapore hawker has managed to even come close to recreating locally. Specially for this promotion, RWS has flown in the original chef herself! The chilli padis give it just the right ‘kick’ to up the ‘shiok’ factor! Very appetizing.
- Penang Curry Mee – $5.50
This is another classic Penang dish, one which Angie would order when we are back in Penang. The curry laksa is cooked with the right proportion of coconut milk and aromatic curry spices, delivering a curry like no other – light, savoury, yet not overpoweringly spicy. This is very unlike the Singapore version of Laksa which is bathed in thick coconut milk. The Penang version is far more subtle but surprisingly delicious! We love the cuttlefish slices in it too.
- Braised Pork Knuckle with Vinegar – $20
Don’t judge – this dish tastes miles better than it looks. Fresh pork knuckle simmered for hours in herbs and black vinegar, a traditional confinement dish. Its distinctively sweet, savoury yet twangy taste goes outrageously well with rice. We don’t usually get to savour this dish (unless you have a darn good cook at home) so being able enjoy this right here at the RWS Malaysian Food Street is a rare, indulgent treat. The portion is big, easily satisfies 4 to 6 pax.
- Durian Puff Pastry – $2.80 per piece (minimum 2 pieces)
These addictive Durian Puff Pastries are made fresh daily using a technique taught by a Hong Kong Pastry Chef. Generously filled with Mao Shan Wang durian filling, this makes for an unforgettable dessert or tea time snack. Toast it lightly and the durian filling turns soft, tender and creamy – a must try for any durian lovers! Be warned though – one is not enough!
- Penang Swatow Lane Chendol – $2.80
The perfect end to a gastronomical Malaysian street food feast. The Penang Chendol is a crowd favourite. Its gula melaka (a local maltose) and coconut milk complement the red kidney beans and pandan chendol jelly strips, with just the right amount of sweetness. Simple, unpretentious but oh-so-good, just like all the other dishes we’ve savoured here at the Food Street.
With the upcoming Labor Day long weekend and Mother’s Day, it will be worthwhile to bring your family to savour these delectable dishes at the RWS Malaysian Food Street. It’s (almost) as close (and as good) as you can get to actually eating them in Malaysia, sans the hassles of road trips, flights and stamping of passports. The 3 Guest Chefs will only be here till 10 May 2015.
You Eat, You Vote, You Win!
20 April – 10 May 2015
EAT your favourite dish from Malaysian Food Street, VOTE for them and stand to WIN a family staycation, Malaysian Food Street vouchers, RWS Invites membership and more!
|▸||Spend S$8 in a single receipt at any stall in Malaysian Food Street|
|▸||Drop the entry form into our voting boxes located at the entrances of Malaysian Food Street|
|▸||100 great prizes worth over S$5,000 to be won*!
*Top three prize winners will be drawn from participants who voted for the winning hawker food.
Enjoy free* weekday parking from 12noon – 2pm or 5pm onwards when you dine at RWS participating restaurants. For more details on these promotions and its opening hours, please visit RWS Webpage.
Thanks to RWS, we are rewarding 1 loyal reader with SGD100 worth of Food Vouchers (in denominations of SGD5 each) to bring your family to dine at the RWS Malaysian Food Street! To participate, simply do the following:
This giveaway ends on 07 May 2015, 11.59pm and is open to readers in Singapore. The winner will be contacted using the particulars provided when entering this draw and will have 24 hours to respond, failing which a new winner will be drawn. All incomplete and unverified entries will be disqualified. All entries will be verified before the winners are announced. To be fair to our sponsors, please note that all fake Facebook accounts (e.g. accounts set up purely to take part in contests with no or very few real friends) will be disqualified.
Disclaimer: We were invited to a food tasting session for the purposes of this review. All opinions and photos are, as usual, ours. Do hop over to read reviews by our dinner companions, A Pancake Princess and The Food Chapter.
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Sharon Ng says
My mum cooked the best prawn noodle soup in the world! The soup base is yummy, thick and awesome. My mum was previously from Malaysia before she got married with my father. We definitely will enjoy all the yummy food at RWS Malaysia food street!
Vincent Lee says
Name : Vincent Lee
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My mum best dish is chicken curry, we would like to dine at RWS Malaysian food street because the whole family love food and the food in the photo look so yummy, we no longer need to travel to malaysia to eat these item
Evelyn Leow says
Me and hubby have always enjoy our mum cooking and 1 of the food we look forward to eat when we are back to our hometown is the braised pork knuckle with vineger cooked by my mum. So being said, I haven’t master the skill to cook this dish and we look forward to eat at RWS Malaysian Food Street since they have all kind of variety of yummy food served under 1 roof
Evelyn Leow says
Wow! Caught me by surprise that I’m the winner and it’s an awesome news to start my week …. Late belated Mother’s Gift for me and I will be able to bring the family out for a treat at RWS Malaysian Food Street soon <3
I am always grateful and comforted by my mother’s homemade soups, it can be chicken soup, bak ku teh or even black beans soup. It always remind me of her great love for our family.
Debs G says
Right now, Mum is my confinement nanny-cook-and-everything so the best thing she is currently making are Vinegar Pigs Trotters! I would love to be able to take mum and dad out for a fun day out at RWS, starting with a feast of dishes in an old-timey atmosphere!
Evelyn Hu says
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Yt mother in law makes the most delicious curry chicken! Healthy reciepe without coconut milk. Thats over and above the awesome variety of nourishing soups she brews daily. Im so blessed and thus, I would love to treat her to the variety of yummy food at the Malaysian Food Street!
Mabel Lim says
My fave food from my mum is ang zao chicken. Cos we don’t get to eat frequently only on our birthday and there is dry and soup version. Sedap 🙂
Ashley Tan says
I love all the food that my mom cooks! If I really have to choose one, it will definitely be curry chicken with lotsa potatoes! My mom’s curry chicken is really yummy, even my friends commented so! We will definitely enjoy a good meal at RWS Malaysian Food Street because of the wide variety of food! Hope to win this voucher to give my mom a break and have her totally enjoy in the good yummy food there!
Michelle Ong says
My favourite dish is my mum signature ngoh higang .. simply delicious .. one piece is simply not enough .. I wanna win this so that I can bring my whole family to have a great feast 🙂
I love the braised pork trotters cooked by my mom. We love Malaysia’s food but we seldom have chance to go there. Would be great if I can win this and bring my family to savour some Malaysia food.
OH LYE CHOON says
Name: Oh Lye Choon
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My favourite food from my mum is peanut soup with cuttlefish 🙂
Tammy Tng says
I love my mum’s fried pork ribs! She season it with curry powder together with other seasoning then deep fry and lastly coat with sugar! You can’t find it in any eatery and super yummy!
Malaysia’s food are pretty close to Singapore’s food and easily accepted by different generations. When we go as a group we can order variety to share and get to try more items!
Tammy Tng Sze Pei
My mom and family love malaysia food, this would be a great chance for us to enjoy malaysia street food without going to malaysia!
Teo Kiali says
I love the braised duck by my mum 🙂
It’s great that whole family can enjoy malaysia great food in just one location.
I love my mum’s Hakka Yong Tau Fu. Would love to win and bring her to try all the Malaysian favourites!
My mama is the best cook ever.. you can tell coz there’s not a skinny one in the family. we just cannot stop eating. From someone who cannot even cook rice before she got married, she has come a long way. Her fried chicken wings is a must at every party. Her devil curry is the most asked for dish among our friends.. and during family occasions.. popiah, stew duck, fried beehoon.. you name it, she can cook it! that’s my super mama. Hope to win so she can take a break instead of cooking.. and she will have no excuses that its expensive to eat out since I can tell her she won it!
de cruz Elizabeth
We love the Ngoh Hiang prepared by my mum. Its so just yummy but I know the hard work in the preparation.
My family will enjoy the wide varieties of food at RWS Malaysian Food Street.
Tong Lai Yin says
My favourite food from my mom is her fried bee hoon. Very yummy 🙂
Hope to win this and bring the whole family for a fun day at RWS. I think my mom and family will like the wide variety of food available…
Tong Lai Yin
My grandma’s cantonese soup is the bestest!! It would be great to bring her out to eat all these familiar yummies!
Twice a year, my mom will cook the traditional Hakka “Choy Geok” which is actually a big pot of leftovers, boiled with Assam and dried chilli. No surprise, it will be a treat after Chinese New Year reunion dinner and after Christmas Eve dinner. Yums! Just tying this out is making me salivate!
My folks are from Ipoh, Malaysia which is a very well known food haven, so I’m sure they will enjoy food from RWS Malaysian Food Street.
Junie Goh says
I super love my mum home cooked Prawn Noodle 🙂 Super yummy! I always love to eat my mum’s home cooked food.. even simple stir fry vegetable or any dishes is also very delicious. She seldom went out to try others, but I hope to win the RWS Malaysian Food street to let my mum’s have a taste.
Lee Hoong Sng says
I love Mum’s Curry Fish Head. She uses a huge Fish Head and makes it with lots of tau pok (my fav) and all my favourite vegetables too like brinjals and lady’s fingers. We would love to eat here as there’s nothing like Malaysian street food. We are so eager to try the famous KL Hokkien Mee & Penang Chendol !
Lu Siu Ching says
Our family all time favourite of my mum in law’s cooking is Pork Trotters Bee Hoon.
It will be great to spend a good meal with her at Malaysian Food street without the need to go overseas as her constant knee pain made her rather stay in Singapore.
Lu Siu Ching
Kathy Woon-TAN says
Name: Kathy Woon-Tan
Email: [email protected]
Answer: My mummy cant cook well, her specialty is probably MaggieMee, that’s my favourite dish when I was young. My mother inlaw is very blessed, she don’t really need to cook, coz my father in law is such a great cook.. my favourite dish from both of them is the Hakka Yong Tau Fu.. a dish made with love by both of them! I am married for 12 years but my cooking skills are still below average, I hope to win a feast at RWS Food Street, to treat these awesome love ones a great meals and to bring back some nice memories of our last Penang road trip together as a family.. The fun and laughter I miss dearly.. yummmm
June Lee says
I love my mum’s fried bee hoon and chicken curry! Heavenly and yummilicious combination which i really like!
As for RWS Malaysia Food Street, i am SURE my family will like it! Once in a while, we like to go on road trips to various parts of Malaysia and food is always the HIGHLIGHT! Now we can have it just in Singapore at RWS =) So much more convenient!
yvette lee says
my mum herbal soup is the nicest as she is always generous with the portion of ingredients that she use. Thus, whenever she cook any herbal soup, i will always make an effort to come home earlier to finish all her soup that she cooked. Also, i would like to dine at RWS with my family for this mother’s day because she love malaysian food especially when we always travel to JB over the weekends just to eat, shop and eat. Thus, having a great appetite makes my mum really a glutton. i would like to bring my family out this mother’s day so that she can take a day off cooking and enjoy some good food outside. This is my way of thanking her for being such a great mum for over the past 20 over yrs. 😉 😉 🙂 🙂 😉 😉 😉 😉 😉 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Felicia Leong says
My all time favourite dishes that is cooked by my dearest mummy would be her Yong Tau Foo, because she can simply cook a various kind of soup to suits the weather, with the ingredients that we all love to have it in the soup ! She will ask all of us for opinion, and the type of dishes we would love to have, and she will prepare it from her heart ! Not only that, she hand-made some of the delicious dish too, and that makes it even more heart-warming to have it every time! Her effort in cooking a dinner may seems easy, but there’s alot of task to do and to start to settle of with a great dishes for the family ! I would love to surprise my family and of cause my dearest mummy to the RWS Malaysia Food Street for a scumptous dinner because she is a great fan of there, where it has all her craving food , from Penang Laksa, to the KL Hokkien Mee, to the Char Kway Teow, to the all time favourite Bak Ku Teh, and it’s delicious ClayPot Noodle. My family would love to eat the Chicken Rice Ball as well ! After that we will usually end our dinner with awesome dessert, the Chendol, and Awesome Ice-Kachang ! Definitely going to be a wonderful Mother’s Day there, with so many delicious food. I would love to show appreciation to her for her great love towards the family, this love is priceless <3
Felicia Leong says
Forgot to add in my name and email in the above ,
Neo Catherine says
My favourite dish cooked by my mum is Chawanmushi. It is a deceptively simple dish that is tasty and simple to make yet hard to get it right.
My family would love to dine at RWS Malaysian Food Street as my entire family loves street food and some of the best food that we had is at Malaysia. It would be a perfect dining experience to celebrate Mother’s Day 😀
Steven Neo says
My favorite dish cooked by my mother is one that we created together: A healthy and affordable version of “Buddha Jump Over The Wall”. It contains tons of mushrooms and vegetables in a healthy chicken and fish broth.
My family have visited Universal Studios Singapore several times, and every time we would dine at RWS Malaysian Food Street. Hope to win these vouchers for our next USS adventure!
Name: Steven Neo
Email: [email protected]
Christina Ho says
My favourite dish that my mom cooks is Bak Gou, tender slices of pork tenderloin coated with sweet potato flour and cooked with chicken broth, thick beehoon & chye sim. My grandma brought this dish from China and we all love it.
My 4 boys and us are all goodies, we often meet my parents to go out for meals. So far we really enjoyed all the Malaysian food we have eaten in Penang, Ipoh, KL & Malacca. YUMS!
Lorna Tan says
My mom can really cook and her best dish is gor hiang, loves them but she makes them only on special occasion.
would love to bring her to RWS to try out the dishes there 🙂
my favourite dish cooked by my mum is home-made popiah.
would like to bring her to try all the malaysian good food as theylook really yummy
Love my mom’s Zhu Jiao chu!
With USS season pass, RWS food street makes a convenient meal break with delectable food!
Chancl Xgg says
My mum makes the best braised duck. I know she’ll like Malaysian Food Street food because she’s always asking when we’ll visit KL, Ipoh and Penang for good food.
Amy Lin says
My favourite dish made by Mum is her famous salted vegetable and duck soup. It is so delicious I can eat it with just rice alone as a meal! I would love to bring Mum to RWS food street because we are great fans of Malaysia food, especially Chendol and Penang Curry Mee and I’m sure we will have a great feast there!
NEO SAY HUI says
My mum make a mean pork rib peanut soup!! Simple but sedap!!!! My family will definitely enjoy the food because its not every day that we can truly appreciate authentic Malaysia Street food at our doorstep!!
Adeline Tan says
I love my mother-in-law vinegar pork trotters. It is yummy and irresistible. Hope to win this for family to feast on Malaysian delights.
Shirley Chia says
Hawker food are the best…and the best hawker food are Malaysian cuisine! Thank you for the chance !
Ada Thong says
Name: Ada Thong
Email: [email protected]
I love my mum’s fried chicken! Not too oily and meat is very well cooked and even my kids love them. My mum also loves Malaysian food so I hope I can win for her and treat the whole family the feast!
Umi Solikah says
My favourite will be Ban mian,my mum’s signature Dish and it’s really Best!
My family definitely will enjoy dining at the RSW Malaysian street food because we both love Malaysian food,all of them…
Mei Ying says
I love the fried rice cooked by Mummy! It’s a unique version of less oily fried rice, which she taught me to cook for my Home Economics assignment. All my classmates who tried it were praising about how good it tasted, even my teacher! 😀
My family loves food and we are open to trying a variety of cuisines. We may have our own favourites, but at RWS Malaysian Food Street, we can sample many delicious delights, and it is through makan sessions like this that we get to understand each family member’s taste and bond together!
Wendy Lee says
My mum cooks almost everyday & i love every food she cooks! It’s cook with love! 1 of the best dish is sweet & sour pork!
Hope to win this for her as her birthday falls in May!
Jean Tan says
In my family, my dad cooks and my mom helps out. =) I enjoy every single dish that dad cooks. He is always exploring new dishes and cooks with healthy ingredients. If I have to pick, I would choose my dad’s Salted Vegetable and Duck Soup as well as Braised Duck as my favourite dishes, which are also traditional Teochew dishes that my grandfather cooked for the family.
Ang Siew Tiang says
Ang Siew Tiang
My mum can cook yummy yam rice! We usually will eat at least 2 bowls of rice if it’s her yam rice. 🙂
Hope can win this, so i can bring my mummy there again. The last time we went, we tried the penang lasksa and she loves it! We also saw people eating the claypot chicken rice which looks so delicious. But too bad we were full then.
Khor Lee Ling says
My favourite food dish cooked by my mum is fried rice! Hope to win to celebrate Mother’s day at RWS Malaysian Food Street because all my family members love the delicious food there very much especially the KL Black Hokkien Mee and Penang Prawn Mee!
Celin cheang says
My mum cooks the best home made laksa! I can eat big bowl of that! It’s time for her to rest and out for good food tgt at Malaysia street!
Bebe Gi Lee says
I love my mom’s so well cooked and delicious soya sauce chicken and sambal kangkong
My family has always loves to visit RWS and they enjoy so much to eat at Malaysian Food Street cos the food there is affordable and delicious.
Esther L. Chng says
Esther L Chng
I enjoy eating my mum’s soy sauce chicken wings. She loves to cook and I hope she can have a day’s off and feast on yummy food
Seline Bong says
Hope can win this for my parents. I am sure they will have a wonderful holiday there and will enjoy all the food.
I love to eat my mum’s pork chop and glutinous rice.
We will enjoy the dinner cos we all love to eat. 🙂
Chay Hwai says
I always enjoy eating my mom’s home cooked Braised Pig Trotters and Curry Chicken. It would be awesome if I can bring my family for the really delicious food at RWS Malaysia Food Street and after that take a walk in Sentosa and take many nice photos together.
Lin Xiaotian says
I love my mum’s Char Koay Teow! She added fresh cockles which is so juicy and tasty. The noodles are flavored with dark sweet sauce and charred to the right degree. I sure hope to bring her there to RWS to experience the nice spread of Malaysia goodness!
Cecilia Chng says
I like my mum’s encore dish, soy sauce chicken wings! We will enjoy the meal because we love local delicacies!
Joanna Heng says
My mom made the best Pork Chops!
My mom loves to try and eat nice yummy food. She has been cooking for our family and we seldom have a chance to eat out together. So i hope to win for her 🙂
Name: Joanna Heng
Email: [email protected]
Facebook Name: Cherry Joanna Heng
Leong Yee Ming says
I like my mum’s curry chicken, simply delicious! Hope to win because all of us love the food in RWS Malaysian Food Street!
Sophia Ang says
I love my mum’s pumpkin rice; she only cooks it on special occasions. Just thinking about it now is making me drool…
RWS Malaysian Food Street has so many yummy food stalls, e.g. the KL Black Hokkien Mee. We always eat at RWS Malaysian Food Street whenever we visit Sentosa. 🙂
I have always wish to make a trip to Penang and Ipoh for its famous Penang fried kueh teow, Ipoh hor fun …. but just could not find the time and chance to go. This RWS Malaysia food street is just nice for people like myself to find all the well-known Malaysian dishes at 1 stop.
CinCin Chong says
I especially love the Hakka dishes cooked by my mum! My family will enjoy a meal at the RWS Malaysian Food Street because we do not need to travel all the way to Malaysia to eat Malaysian food!
Koh Yan Yan says
My mum is not exactly a good cook as she is always working and travelling around so we always buy take-out meals.But I do love the chinese soups she brewed whenever she has the time. I think that is the only dish that I really like as they are really yummy and nutritious.
As my parents are always travelling and we seldom get to have a sit-down dinner together,winning the voucher will provide us an opportunity to have a lovely dinner together over good conversations and yummy food.
Michelle Ng says
Name : Michelle Ng
Email : [email protected]
I love mom’s braised chicken with Bean curd, eggs and tau pok. It is economic. I called to make a large stew and keeps it for days as part of the meal. Usually she cooks it once a month during a family get together. The longer we stew it the better taste it it. I hope to pass the recipe to my girls so that they could share with her next few generations too.
Grace Lee says
My mommy is not a very good cook but we still got to appreciate every meal that she cooks for us. What I like most is her Yong Tau Foo and Bak Ku Teh because I enjoy so much drinking the tasty hot soup.
It’s a little sorry to my mommy, but it would be nice if I can bring my whole family once a while to enjoy the tasty outside food especially the one at RWS Malaysian Food Street which they love a lot.
Lim Tze Khang says
I love my mum curry chicken ,I can’t eating , I love enjoy good food with family at RWS MalaysiN food street
Adelyn Khoo says
Name: Adelyn Khoo
Email: [email protected]
My mum is a fantastic cook and I love the dishes that she cooks! Some of her star dishes includes her fried beehoon (filled with lots of ingredients such as prawns, beansprouts, fish cake, cai xin etc), sambal prawn and sotong, watercress soup, pork and lotus root soup, bak kut teh and buah keluak! I would like to win this and treat my mum and my aunt (who’s like a mum to me) because both of them love Penang food! In fact, my whole family loves Penang food because my dad’s family was from Penang. 🙂 I just went Penang for a recent food fix as well, so it’s good to know that I can get my food fix at RWS from now till 10th May! 😀 But my mum and aunt couldn’t join me on my recent Penang trip, so hope they get to eat to their satisfaction all the Malaysian food available in RWS Malaysian food street. 🙂
Casy Ang says
My favourite dishes cooked by my mom is Penang Assam Laksa.
My family will enjoy a meal at the RWS Malaysian Food Street because we love and misses our Malaysian local food. We simply can’t resist the delicious and smell of the Malaysian local food.
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Kaye Wong says
My mum cooks the most delicious curry chicken, I loves it so much 🙂 My family will love a meal at the RWS Malaysian Food Street because we love Malaysian food, especially KL ‘Black’ Hokkien Mee, Penang laksa, Penang Prawn Noodle and Penang Char Koay Teow 🙂 Really hope to win, yummy! 🙂
Koh Shir Li says
My mum cooks a lot of nice food. My favourite is her once a year CNY delicacy – stuffed treasured chicken; that she no longers cooked it like what she used to, as she’d improvised due to her health condition.
I would like to win this treat because my husband & I are Malaysians PR in Singapore. Tugging into nice Malaysian food brings a lot of satisfaction to fill the void of my mum’s cooking, back in Malaysia, which I can only enjoy now when I see her.
Koh Hock Guan says
My favourite dishes cooked by my mom are seafood horfun and chicken rice. My family will definitely enjoy all the yummi-licious food at RWS Malaysian Food Street because we missed and love Penang food as my mom is born in Penang but have not gone back for quite long time hence we can only reminisce our happy and nostalgic memories there ! <3
Name: Koh Hock Guan
Email Address: [email protected]
Pearlyn Toh says
I love my mum’s braised pork leg! 🙂 It tastes really good! Our family would definitely love the Malaysian street especially with the variety of familiar delicacies like the braised pork knuckle with vinegar and Penang curry mee! 😀 Being a durian lover, my mummy would love the durian puff pastry too! Really hope to bring her there! ^_^
Louis Lee says
I love my mum’s ketchup duck. It’s so fingerlickingly good I can eat 4 bowls of rice with it. My family will enjoy a meal at Malaysian food street because it has all our comfort food there.
LUO FANG says
Name: Luo Fang
Email: [email protected]
My favourite food from my mum is braised pig trotters .
Alyssa Chong says
My mum loves cooking for us because this is one of her many ways to express her concern and love for us. Some of my favourite dishes cooked by my mum are claypot chicken rice, watercress soup and yong tau foo. Our family will enjoy a meal at the RWS Malaysian Food Street because we love Malaysian food, especially those from Penang, Ipoh and KL. Every time we have a chance to visit Malaysia, we would definitely order Penang Lor Bak, Penang Prawn Mee, Penang Laksa, Ipoh Hor Fun, Char Kway Teow and so many more to share around! I miss Malaysian food!
Jimmy lim says
I have tried almost all the food in Malaysia food street and all are very delicious, but my favorite is the lim brother char Koay teow.
Michelle Ang says
My favourite cook from my mummy is prawn mee! The soup is cook with all the hard work!! 🙂
We will enjoy the food there because so many choices to choose and all look so yummy! And is all memories of old school food!!
Jane Lee says
Mum’s Hakka Yong Tau Foo is a family favourite and KL / Ampang area is famous for this local dish. Hope to try out other famous local dishes here as our family loves the authentic taste of local food.
Liesa Desisca says
My top favorite dish cooked by my mom is Kang Kung Cah!!!! XD
You know, I never tried Kang Kung Cah that I like as much as I like my mom’s! Honestly, it is just Kang Kung, not a fancy food. But then I really think that my mom’s signature Kang Kung Cah is irreplaceable for me!! <3 xoxo
My family and I would enjoy so much foods from RWS Malaysian Food Street because our stomach is just soo Asian lah! You know! We loveeeeeeeee local foods!! From Nasi Padang from Indonesia, Penang Laksa from Malaysia, Chicken Rice from Singapore or Paneer from Indiaaaa! hihihi So yeah!! That's why we would enjoyyyy eating at RWS Malaysian Food Street!! Malaysian foods!! Loveeeeee itt~
Oh yeah! Moreover, I love the atmosphere there! The architecture is so old days! hihi
Jaime Chan says
My favourite dish from my mum is hokkien chay buey, we are malaysian by birth..the msia food street has the best rendition of msian food in singapore!
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Favourite dish my Mum in law cooks would be chilli crab. It’s saucy good. We love dining at RWS Malaysia street because my mum was a Malaysian, she would love being closer to home.
Carol Lim says
So many favourite dishes, how to choose! Seseame chicken, sesame pork kidney, curry chicken, chap chye, to name a few. My mum would really enjoy the Malaysia food Street at RWS as she likes Malaysian food but isn’t up to joining us on our road trips up north. So at RWS, she will be able to taste authentic Malaysian fare without having to leave Singapore!
Cynthia Lau says
I love the curry cooked by my mum! There are so many choices of food for us to choose at RWS Malaysian Food Street!
Wynn Yeo says
I love mum’s char kuay tiao, not too moist nor dry, it’s just ‘sedap’! Hope to bring her there to celebrate Mothers’ day, and her birthday’s coming next week as well so hope to win it for her..