A must try when visiting Malaysia, chicken rice, is one of the most popular local delights here. It is made of some tasty fragrant rice and served with roasted, steamed or sesame chicken and locally inspired blended chili sauce as well as sesame soy sauce. To try this tantalising meal, visit the chicken rice outlet at Central Market Food Court.
A traditional Nyonya snack, the Pie Tee is a crispy hat-shaped cone made of rice flour and filled with sweet turnips, carrots, hard-boiled eggs or omelette strips and chopped coriander leaves. It is usually served with some chilli sauce. If you haven’t tried it just yet, visit Precious Old China or Ginger on Central Market Mezzanine Floor to try it today!
These sweet cakes made of rice flour, pandan leaf syrup, palm sugar and coconut - all steamed in bamboo pipes are a real treat. To try this, visit Putu Bambu Tradisi at Kasturi Walk.
This tantalising delicacy is a popular local favourite made of shaved ice garnished with colourful jellies, sweet corn and red beans. Perfect for hot weather, this delightful dessert can be enjoyed at Gyuniku Signature, Central Market Ground Floor.
Simply delicious and sinfully satisfying, Secret Recipe’s delectable cakes make the perfect treats to satisfy your dessert cravings anytime. Secret Recipe is located on Central Market Ground Floor.
Among Malaysians’ favourite all-day breakfast, roti canai, is a form of puffed bread made of wheat flour, egg, milk and margarine served with curry or dhal. Best accompanied by some teh tarik or ‘pulled tea’ and coffee, you may savour this flatbread at Annexe Nasi Kandar, Central Market Annexe.
Visit Gyuniku Signature to enjoy this lovely heritage snack from Penang. The Mua Chi made from glutinous rice flour and wrapped in crushed sesame and peanuts is best eaten when served warm.