A taste of Malaysia at Brunei food festival

Chef Matt demonstrating the roti terbang routine. - BB

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN (Borneo Bulletin/Asia News Network): Anjung Saujana Restaurant and Royal Brunei Culinary (RBC) in association with Tourism Malaysia Brunei launched the annual Malaysian Food Festival 2022 at Anjung Saujana Restaurant at Brunei International Airport on Thursday (Dec 1).

Minister of Primary Resources and Tourism Dato Seri Setia Dr Abdul Manaf Metussin attended the event as guest of honour.

Deputy High Commissioner of Malaysia to Brunei Darussalam Nur Ezira Mahadi, Board of Directors of RBC, representatives from Tourism Development Department of the Ministry of Primary Resources and Tourism were also present.

Showcasing a true taste of Malaysia, Anjung Saujana has specially flown in guest chef from Malaysia, Chef Mohammad Arshad, popularly known as Chef Matt, who demonstrated a roti terbang routine as well as a teh tarik performance.

The demonstration will also be held for the public during the first weekend of the festival.

The festival will run from Dec 2 until 31 in conjunction with the 6th Brunei December Festival.

With over 70 authentic Malaysian dishes on offer, Anjung Saujana Restaurant is bringing the Malaysian dishes including ayam enche kabin nyonya Melaka, ikan asam pedas Johor, kambing merah Johor, Kuching kolo mee and an array of Malaysian desserts.

An assemble of live stalls including noodles, iced kacang, murtabak, Hainanese Ipoh chicken rice and teh tarik stalls have been set up.

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