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July 28 launch for guide book on Penang street food

Penang street food. Ask any food lover or even tourists and many will agree it is really good.


Taste, not cleanliness, the criterion for best street food

GEORGE TOWN: Hygiene should not be used as a yardstick to determine the world’s top 10 cities for street food.

Metro News

Bringing local street food to Thailand

THE Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Ministry plans to promote Malaysian street food at popular tourist areas in Thailand, owing to the success of the Malaysia Fest 2019 in Bangkok.

Metro News

Street food lovers in for a treat

MORE than 120 stalls will be set up at the upcoming Penang Street Food Festival 2018 in George Town on Sept 1 and 2.

Eat And Drink

Street food takes centre stage

STREET food is one of the hidden gems in North Indian cuisine. Unfortunately, it is not prominent in most restaurants here – a situation that Namaste India in Sri Hartamas hopes to remedy.


Balinese street food

i>Street Foods of Bali/iis a great book for beginner and seasoned cooks, as it introduces the nuances and flavours of Balinese street food in an easy-to-read manner.


More than 100 stalls dish out local delights at the Ipoh Street Food Fest

WITH the aroma of grilled satay and fried char kuey teow in the air, hungry visitors to the Ipoh Street Food Festival at the popular Tong Sui Kai or Dessert Street were left salivating.


Korean street food for the young

KOREAN restaurants had long made its presence felt in Kuala Lumpur, but The Street cafe aims to differentiate itself from others by offering Korean street food.


Street food fair a mouth-watering delight

KUALA LUMPUR: Ken, a linguistic student from Japan had deliberately gone hungry to ensure he had a huge appetite while at the Kampung Baru pit stop of the 1Malaysia Street Food Festival.


S'pore submits UN street food nomination amidst incredulity in M'sia

SINGAPORE (AFP): Singapore on Thursday defended the move to nominate its street food for UN recognition as a bid to “safeguard” local culture after news of this sparked a cross-border culinary clash with Malaysia.