I dove into the deliciousness that is Penang, Malaysia’s street food among the hawker stalls of one of the city’s ubiquitous night markets. It was there I met pure, mouthwatering bliss in the form of $2 giant stuffed crabs, fish ball soup and more.
Malaysia’s cuisine, much like it’s culture, is under the delectable influence of many cultures, in particular Indian and Chinese, and the food I’ve encountered thus far has been a pitch perfect blend of tang, spice, sweet, sour – heck, you name it – flavorful goodness.
See below for a brief recap of the “Git in Mah Belly, Street Food!” evening. For more photos of gorging (and Penang), check out my Flickr album.