Food photography post showing scenes of street hawkers in historical Melaka, Malaysia. A photo journal post.
Jonker street satay was first created in Melaka, and since then, I have been unable to appreciate other types of satay! Simply the best!
Food blogger talks about a wonderful Malaysian dish featuring fragrant coconut rice, fried anchovies, peanuts and delicious sambal chillies.
Freshly made roti pratas in this (increasingly popular) kopitiam along Braddell Rd, Singapore. Made by a smiling prata-man.
Friend took me here and showed just how much good hawker food two people can have for under $10!
One of the better hawker centres in Singapore with a wide range of really good hawker dishes. It’s located in Serangoon Gardens.
This remains my family’s favourite kway chap stall in Singapore. They sell out fast, so come before 11am. Closed on Thursday.
Such a shocking and joyous jolt to the body, eating yummilicious Singapore hawker food again after spending two years away from home.