Kampong Koh's numero uno
exquisite sweet sour hot fish maw
with sea cucumbers
crispy fried oyster egg
with oysters from Lumut
eggs from Damai Laut
+ spring onions from Camerons
with oysters and prawns
uniquely Hock Chew
In Malaysia, Chinese Food with its remarkable range and variety is normally associated with Cantonese, Hakka and Hokkian styles ( as loved by their forefathers from the different provinces of China ). The newer commercial food establishments in the cities especially in KL,JB,Pg have however assimilated/incorporated many of modern Hongky, Taiwanese,Japanese including Western influences, resulting in what is called 'fusion' cuisines ( which incidentally is the rage among the well-heeled younger hip set, and not to be scoffed at ! ).
Away from cities and often beside the jungles, streams, hills, lakes and seas however you can still come across some authentic Chinese village dishes. Old fashion, rugged, original and delicious. And at a price your Grandmother will be proud of !
Such as the 3 treasures highlighted here from Kg Koh and backStreetGlutton favourites.
If authenticity is your game then head on down (or up) and immerse yourself into these Village Treasures across the length and breadth of our bountilicious country. If that fails, never mind you can still have fun of the village kind....
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