Experience a delicious fusion of flavours at Malaysian restaurants in Melbourne CBD
The wonderful thing about Malaysia's food is the way it has absorbed ingredients and styles from other cultures to create a completely new set of dishes. For example, Malay chefs have taken plenty of ideas from Chettinad chefs of southern India, including dishes wrapped in banana leaves and including mutton in rendang curries. Then there are Hokkien Chinese delights like Hokkien mee, a kind of seafood noodle stew with dark soy sauce and cubes of pork fat. They all make for a unique dining experience, with dishes that are familiar, yet different at the same time.