Makan makan

As those of you who follow my blog will know, I love good food. Living in Finland the one thing I cannot get here is decent Malaysian fare. There really aren’t any Malaysian restaurants nearby that serve the dishes I crave, so you could say authentic Malaysian food is very rare here.

What I really love is a good old Nasi Lemak as seen in the first photo. It might look strange to you but the tastes just blend together perfectly!

I wouldn’t mind some decent satay either.

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Or Gula Melaka (okay I don’t know why it’s green but the taste was right!).

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All these dishes were devoured in London. I wish I could travel to Malaysia for a food fest though! Unfortunately I just heard that one of these London based restaurants has decided to upgrade (?) their menu and start serving sushi. What? A terrible idea if you ask me – just stick to Malaysian grub please!

xx

36 thoughts on “Makan makan

  1. I read this blog with interest. So this is the place where Caroline said you can get a decent Malaysian fare in London if you are there.
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Malaysia-Hall/104405019624145
    Address
    30-34, Queensborough Terrace
    SW3 1HX London, United Kingdom
    Phone +44 20 7985 1252
    Website
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    Breakfast · Lunch · Dinner
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    However some said :”Tried to come here for some authentic Malaysian food with my Fiancé, but there was a sign on the door saying non-Malaysians are not permitted!!!!!”.

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  2. Hi Suvi, how are you? Good to see the nasi lemak and satay in your post! Is there a Malaysian embassy in Helsinki? If there is (or maybe a consulate), I wonder, if you could ask where do they look for Malaysian food in Helsinki 🙂

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    1. Hi dear! Yes, we have a Malaysian Embassy and also a Finland-Malaysia association! Unfortunately they all look in the same place for Malaysian food – in their own kitchens 😉 Well, maybe I could do London again soon! xx

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  3. Needless to say the sight of that Nasi Lemak on your blog got me so excited! Hahaha! If you ever came back here again, we could spend a whole weekend doing nothing but eat.
    But I hope the rumors are wrong about that sushi :/

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    1. Heheh, yes Malaysia is all about the food! I used to love noodles and every time I came back to KL my friends would ask me “have you had your noodles yet?” 😂😂 We should definitely have a food date if I come around!

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  4. Absolutely delicious! The Malaysian Embassy in London also has sort of a hidden café place for citizens that my cousin took me to! I can’t remember if she had to show proof or anything, but I wouldn’t have gotten in by myself. Highly recommend but first you’ll have to make a Malaysian friend to get you there! 🙂

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      1. I would guess the dessert called cendol from your pic. If it’s cendol, the green one is rice jelly. But I’m sure gula melaka is the brown one on the bottom.

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            1. Oooh. The recipe and your picture is called sago pudding with gula melaka. Not just gula melaka because gula melaka IS palm sugar. I mistaken the sago as cendol because it’s green.

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