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Food Maps is your guide to delicious Southeast Asian culinary delights!
Find authentic mouth-watering specialties with local personalities, as they reveal their favourite dishes and where to find them. Discover how regional delicacies are prepared, the key ingredients that make them so tasty, and the best ways to enjoy them!

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    Nasi Ulam, Ikan Gulai Tumis & Beef Rendang @ SRI NYONYA

    Established over 28 years ago, Sri Nyonya’s Penang-Peranakan recipes have been passed down for at least four generations. What’s unique about their curries is that Sri Nyonya actually creates their own blend of curry powder by roasting their own special ingredients, which are then sent to a mill for grinding.

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    Nasi Kerabu @ KESOM

    Nasi Kerabu is an extremely popular dish in Malaysia’s East Coast states of Kelantan and Terengganu. It was when two friends wanted to bring a truly authentic nasi kerabu to Kuala Lumpur that Kesom was created. Here, fresh high-quality ingredients are used generously, whilst avoiding preservatives, artificial flavouring and colouring.

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    Nasib Lemak @ APPU UNCLE CURRY HOUSE

    This quirky restaurant serves a great fish head curry that goes swimmingly with their crispy roti canai. Appu Uncle Curry House was originally established in Pahang by none other than Uncle Appu himself. His nephew then brought it to Kuala Lumpur and still uses the three-generation-old recipes that were passed down to him.

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    Fish Head Curry @ APPU UNCLE CURRY HOUSE

    This quirky restaurant serves a great fish head curry that goes swimmingly with their crispy roti canai. Appu Uncle Curry House was originally established in Pahang by none other than Uncle Appu himself. His nephew then brought it to Kuala Lumpur and still uses the three-generation-old recipes that were passed down to him.

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