This fall, Malaysia Kitchen for the World hosted the ultimate street food celebration: the first-ever Malaysia Noodle Festival, featuring
a variety of Malaysian noodle dishes by restaurants in New York City and the Tri-State area. Attracting hundreds of hungry New Yorkers on their lunch break, the Noodle Festival, featuring classic Malaysian noodle dishes from Laksa soups to stir fries, was set in the vibrant setting of the Chelsea Triangle in the Meatpacking District (14th St. and 9th Ave), surrounded by colorful tents, umbrellas and lanterns reminiscent of the open-air markets of Kuala Lumpur and Penang.
Malaysia Kitchen NYC on Facebook! Join food lovers celebrating Malaysian cuisine. Access recipes, videos, restaurants, and more on the Malaysia Kitchen NYC Facebook Page! Colorful, exotic, and full of enticing flavors, Malaysian cuisine is a fascinating blend of Malay, Chinese, and Indian food traditions. The Malays, Chinese and Indians created their own foods, but cross-cultural borrowing has led to a number of dishes that are uniquely Malaysian. The variety of Southeast Asian ingredients used in Malaysian cooking reflects the remarkable diversity of its culinary heritage.