Food In Puchong
Malaysia is rich with ‘Food Culture’.Over the centuries, the Malay Peninsula saw ships arriving from the Middle East, India, Europe, China and Indonesia.
Nice Food In Puchong
To all of the food lovers, you can get all the nice food in Puchong. This resulted in a melting pot of culture and cuisine that has managed to retain its own unique flavor to this day. Malaysian food is strong, spicy and aromatic, combining the rich tastes of the many herbs and spices commonly found in Southeast Asia.
The northern parts of Malaysia have integrated a Thai flavor into their food, due largely to the southbound migration of Thai people and their subsequent intermarriage with the locals. With so many different influences from around the region, Malaysian cuisine has become an interesting and varied adventure, something that can be savored and enjoyed with family and friends.
Puchong Food Hunt
Puchong is a major town and a parliamentary constituency in the Petaling District, Selangor, Malaysia. There is a lot of good food in Puchong. Puchong food hunt is suitable for all the food hunters in Petaling Jaya area. One of the places to visit is Uptown Puchong Night Bazaar (UPNB).
The operation hour for Uptown Puchong Night Bazaar is from 6 pm to 12 am. It is after office hour, so that you may enjoy the food after all of the ‘office dramas’. Uptown Puchong Night Bazaar is the first concept introduced in Malaysia as a modern ‘uptown’ and organized for business late at night. They offer nice food such as Sengkuang Calit, Nasi Ayam Bakar, Nasi Kambing Bakar, Shellout Puchong Style, ect.
Sengkuang or Mexican Turnip is a white fruit and tasteless. Usually they will be mixed with other fruit to get a better taste. Sengkuang Calit is a popular dish around the 90s. The Sengkuang will be slice thin, rubbed by a red sauce and nuts sprinkled on top of it. Some people also put a little sugar to give it more flavor. Nowadays, sengkuang calit is rarely found in the city. Only a few places such as uptown and downtown are still selling it.
Nasi Ayam is a dish origin from Haina, China. Migrated Hainan and stayed in Malaysia and Singapore and then develop these dishes, making Nasi Ayam synonymous with Malaysia and Singapore. It is popular until today. Nowdays, Malaysian have improvised the Nasi Ayam to Nasi Ayam Bakar. The chicken is roasted instead of being boiled to get the tenderness.
Nasi Ayam Bakar
Nasi Ayam Bakar is now a popular dish among the Malaysian and tourist. Chicken meat prepared by the traditional method of boiling a whole chicken broth reuse many times and only refill with water if necessary. Then the chicken will be roasted until the color change to dark brown. This dish is often served with several dips, including chili sauce, dark soy sauce and ginger finely ground with garlic. Most dishes are chicken rice is served with slices of cucumber and lettuce.
Nasi Kambing Bakar
Have you heard of Nasi Kambing Bakar? It’s a delicious and popular meal especially for mutton fans. With the secret recipe, mutton marinated with spices and grilled until they are tender. The grilled lamb dish came with soy sauce, add lime extraction and sliced onions to add flavor in the sambal kicap. Serve while still hot with white rice, shrimp paste sauce and soup.
Malaysia is a country rich with marine life such as fish, shrimp, squid and many more. Therefore, consuming seafood is common practice for a pluralistic society in the country. Normally, a restaurant by the sea or kuala sungai is the preferred destination because people can enjoy fresh seafood and delicious. However, because of its location and distance may be far from the place of residence, some people choose to eat seafood in restaurants in urban areas only.
Shell Out Puchong
Who haven’t heard of ‘Shell out’? It is a dish with the combination of many seafood such as shrimp, crab, squid and many more. The Shell out Puchong is served with sauce and vegetables such as corn, broccoli, cauliflower, carrot and potato. To add on more creativity, the food is served using a special plastic overlay and just eat it on the plastic without using a plate or bowl. Customers are encouraged to eat without using a spoon and fork!
The first shell out was ‘born’ on 2013. It became a successful menu right away! Shell out Puchong is a new ‘rising star’ in food industry now days. The unique flavor of the shell out has meet the tastes of many Malaysian. Now it has become one of the ‘must try’ menu to all citizen. Malaysia have developed with so many flavor of foods, hence it is true that Malaysia is rich with mix of food and culture. With so many dishes to consume, Malaysia offers a tour of culinary delights, serving up new and intriguing flavors.