mardi 13 septembre 2011

Once again an excellent Gastronomic Visit to Malaysia

Since I met my best friend in Asia, MC now the Life Style Coach at Meher Yoga Lifestyle Coaching, in 2008, I have been to Malaysia on the average 5 times per year. Delightful friendship was garnished by excellent dining, mainly Asian Food and this visit was no exception. But some meals stand out, the best meal on this trip was :
at OLE SAYANG Nyonya Restaurant in Malacca in the company of the warm and friendly Curator of Cheng Ho Museum in Malacca.
chicken Serai
Asam Fish (gerang Asam)
Okra
blachan/kangkong
chinChou (with soya bean)
chili prawn (sambal tercing)
Wonderful other chinese meals, always tasty meals at The Legends Claypot restaurants.
Have to mention the worst meal as well, It was some soggy homemade Tapas.
My advice to Malaysians: Avoid pre fabricated western food. Indulge in other western food at restaurants only occasionally. Avoid Palm Oil as an ingredient in the food you buy (which is most of the packaged food) and Find fresh food and vegies if you can and try to eat food, vegetables and fruit from the ASEAN region
BE FAITHFUL TO YOUR GENETIC ORIGIN SINCE YOUR GENES HAVE MEMORIES OF THE FOOD OF YOUR ANCESTORS.

All food was consumed in the company of my best friend, MunChing and occasionally with her sister Man Lee, who is an expert when it comes to ordering chinese food. To the sisters YONG, my stomach says THANK YOU...