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Makan Malaysia enjoy a taste of Malaysia at home

My first ever taste of Malaysian food was back in January this year with Makan Malaysia at one of their supperclubs which they usually hold throughout the year. Kat and Sue who run the Makan Malaysian certainly did surprise me dish after dish that night and certainly did convert me in loving Malaysian food.

However due to Covid-19 they can no longer pop up for a while with one of their amazing supperclubs so at present they are offering a home delivery option so you can enjoy Malaysian food which has been precooked by them within your own home, all that is required is to warm it up at home.

As being a converted fan of Malaysian food and having attended Kat and Sue’s supperclub before earlier in the year they kindly gifted me one of their Makan Besar Bundles to enjoy at home during these hard times.

Makan Malaysia

Makan Malaysia is jointly run by Kat and Sue, who are childhood friends and share a shared passion for food and cooking.

Originally both from Malaysia, they have made the UK their home and share their culinary expertise by organising intimate supper clubs, pop-up dinners, online shops and catering for themed weddings and events.

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Old Chang Kee curries and their famous curry puffs can now be home delivered

Have you ever been to Old Chang Kee and enjoyed their Singaporean / Malaysian curries or tucked into one of their famous curry puffs? No, then I highly recommend as they are so “SHIOK”.

Old Chang Kee curry puffs can be found within both their London based restaurants as well as various other restaurants from around the world.

However at present whilst we are all in lock down due to Covid-19 their London based business are home delivering them frozen to cook at home. I was kindly gifted four different kinds to cook and enjoy at home in return for an honest review.

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Malaysian food journey – Rojak

Rojak is a modern Malaysian pop-up restaurant and Satay Bar which popped up 17th October and is situated at Lacy Nook in London, N16 for a limited period for around three months.

I was invited down to sample some of her incredible dishes all which are Malaysian inspired.

About Rojak

Rojak is a pop up to inspire people to eat Malaysian food. Why as the chef behind Rojak loves to cook Malaysian street food and wants to give Londoner’s a mix of ingredients to spice up London’s kaleidoscope of cultures.

Her Malaysian street food and classics have a distinct British twist. With all her time-honoured recipes being elevated to new levels by using the finest local ingredients. Inspired by feelings of home.  She draws on influences from the original Malaysian fusion cuisine, a 15th century tradition made for sharing. Continue reading

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