Malaysian food street – RWS

Singapore and Malaysia, because of the ethnic & cultural diversity, the food in both countries provide a wide array of gastronomic spectrum.

The Resorts World Sentosa houses the Malaysian food street, which offers delicacies from Kuala Lumpur and Penang! There were clay pot rice, coffee and thick toasts, char koay teow (fried rice noodle), chicken rice balls, wanton mee (wanton noodles), and many more yummy food!

We loved the char koay teow, wanton mee and ban chean kueh!

Char koay teow: flat rice noodles fried in soy sauce, lard, Chinese sausage, bean sprouts, prawns, garlic. Yums! (Penang style is savory while Singapore version is sweeter)

Wanton mee: egg noodles with seasoning sauce, char siew (BBQ pork), vegetables and wanton (pork dumplings). So good, the noodles were cooked al dente and sauce was fragrant.

Ban chean kueh: think flour and coconut shell with fillings like peanut, coconut, cheese, etc… The cheese version was so yummy!

After dinner, we caught a glimpse of the crane dance…

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Malaysian food street

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