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The migration of the Minangkabau people from Sumatra has built the state’s food identity, where the cili api (padi) is king.
This fiery-looking dish is emblematic of the Kristang culture.
Nasi kandar started out as food for the coolies, but today is a sublime treat for fans who can’t get enough of its addictive tastiness.
Fish bound for the grill are marinated using only turmeric, salt and pepper, and served with a distinctive chilli sauce.
The North’s favourite noodle dish celebrates the land’s abundance of rice and fish.
A dish of rice and curry, it is a meal on its own.
It is believed that Sultan Abu Bakar – known as the 'Founder of Modern Johor' – instructed his royal chefs to use spaghetti in the dish.
This fish dish was originally made for the purpose of preservation.
If you can get past the pungent smell, what awaits you is Pahang’s most favourite way to cook freshwater silver catfish.