Malaysia bizarre foods – How dare you to try?

Malaysia Bizarre foods
How dare you try these bizarre foods from Malaysia?

Malaysia have a solid love for a wide range of nourishment. When you’ve attempted everything, ordinary chicken soup and rendang simply doesn’t cut it. In this article, we have arranged a rundown of “homegrown” extraordinary sustenances for you to attempt… If you dare. Each culture has its own colorful nourishment, so here are what we think can be Malaysia bizarre foods.

Cautioning: Not for the powerless hearted!

1. Buffalo Penis Soup – the best of Malaysia bizarred foods.

Malaysia bizarre foods
Buffalo Penis soup

Yes, you heard it right. Bull penis soup is accepted to upgrade a male’s virility to improve their execution in bed. This dish, “Sup Haji Abu Bakar” is with Indian flavors in a curry like juices at a road slow down in Jalan Doraisamy. Other than bull penises, they likewise serve bull gonads in the event that you are up for the test!

Address:
Sup Haji Abu Bakar
Dang Wangi Asian Heritage Row, Jalan Doraisamy, Malaysia

Opening hours:
Mon – Sun: 1800 – 0000

Price: ~RM 10

2. Frog on a Stick

Malaysia bizarre foods
Frog on stick

In KL’s most outstanding night showcase, Jalan Alor, a slow down sells southern style frogs on sticks. Despite the fact that frog’s legs are popular in Chinese food (like in frog leg porridges), eating the whole frog isn’t as normal. At this slow down, Malaysia fry and eat the entire frog . Some state it tastes simply like chicken!

Address:
Frog on stick
Jalan Alor, Bukit Bintang, 50200 Kuala Lumpur

Opening hours:
Mon- Sun: 1900 – 0000

Price: RM 25

3. Deep-fried Pig brain.

Malaysia bizarre foods
Fried pig brain

Falling in love with meatball? What about attempting seared pig minds? They look like ordinary meatballs outwardly until you nibble into it. The smooth custardy surface and its one of a kind taste is unquestionably not for the feeble stomached and is certainly an obtained taste. You can locate this insane dish at Restaurant Sek Yuen at Jalan Pudu.

Address:
Restaurant Sek Yuen

315, Jalan Pudu, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

Opening hours:
Tues – Sun: 1100 – 1430, 1730 – 2200

Price: ~RM 25/ pax

4. Yong Tau Foo – Chinese dish of Malaysia bizarre foods.

Yong Tau Foo

Have you ever known about grilled Yong Tau Foo? Us not one or the other. Yong Tau Foo is normally eaten with soup or eaten dried with some sauce over it. We wonder… If Yong Tau Foo is presently grilled, is regardless it considered Yong Tau Foo?

Attempt this new interpretation of grilled Yong Tau Foo, it may be your next most loved thing!

Address:
Old Tricycle – The Original Charcoal Barbecue Yong Tau Foo

Jalan Desa Jaya, Taman Desa, 58100 Kuala Lumpur

Opening hours:
Mon – Sun: 1800 – 0000, Tuesday closed

Price: ~RM 1.90

5. Cow lung – Unique point of Malaysia bizarre foods.

Cow lung

Known about this previously in Malaysia bizarre foods? Indeed, this dish is for the most part expended broiled and is usually called paru or paru goreng. It is brushed with essential flavors and garlic, and fricasseed in oil. The most ideal method for devouring it is to have it is as a side dish with nasi or rice.

Address:
Batu Maung Satay
Lorong Baru, 10450 George Town, Penang, Malaysia

Opening hours:
Mon – Sun: 1600 – 0000

Price: ~RM 2.00

6. Nasi Lemak Ice Cream

Nasi Lemak Icecream

Alright, so Nasi Lemak isn’t actually what a great many people would call “outlandish” at first sight. Be that as it may, shouldn’t something be said about Nasi Lemak frozen yogurt?

A great many people anticipate that their pastries should be sweet, so what about attempting this wacky Gelato enhance? This Nasi Lemak enhanced Gelato is certain to disturb your taste buds – the sweet Cielo Dolci’s Gelato base, joined with the appetizing and crunchy Ikan Bilis bits, set up together and finished by hot sambal drops will abandon you thinking about whether you’re truly having pastry!

Address:
Skream Soft Serve
33-A, Jalan PSK 1, Pekan Simpang Kuala, Alor Setar

Opening hours:
1400 – 2200, Monday Closed

Price: ~RM 10

7. Black Pepper Venison.

Black pepper venison

Chefs cook black peper venison with a thick and rich dark pepper sauce that may not look tantalizing but rather is unquestionably the most inviting dish up until now. Venison meat is delicate and delicate and is viewed as a delicacy in Malaysia.

Address:
Restoran Lembah Bernam
Jalan Main Canal, Tali Air 9, Sekincan, Pasir Panjang, Selangor.

Opening hours:
Mon – Sun : 1100 – 1700,  Friday Closed

Price: 
1kg – RM 80
500 g – RM 40
300 g – RM 24

8. Sago Grubs.

Sago grubs

This won’t be an intriguing nourishment article without referencing these grubs. Albeit thought about a nearby nourishment in Sarawak, not all local people eat these grubs since I would expect it takes some type of mettle to put a live squirming bug into your mouth. In any case, Sago grubs are incredibly nutritious with more nutrients, unsaturated fats, and minerals with less cholesterol than normal meats like chicken or hamburger. So on the off chance that you are considering driving a more beneficial way of life, maybe take a stab at eating Sago Grubs.

You can find these grubs in Sarawak’s local markets.

9. Chicken feet.

Chicken feet

Furthermore, we mean the feet explicitly. For the individuals who love little meat and progressively bone, this is for you. Involving for the most part of ligaments and skin, it is a prevalently expended dish and is cooked semi-dry or essentially seared. In any case, it fills in as a tidbit and doesn’t generally fulfill your meat hankering. In any case, when it is cooked with flavors, sauces or tamarind, it tends to be eaten with rice.

Like Sago grubs, you can find this exotic food in local markets of Malaysia.

10. Century egg.

Century eggs

These are called so as they are saved eggs. The egg of the quail, duck or hen is kept in a blend of salt, dirt, fiery remains, rice frames and snappy lime for a considerable length of time or months to give a greenish to dark yolk with a darker external circle. On account of the alkali and hydrogen sulfide, it winds up tasting impactful and salty.

What are you waiting more? Let’s explore the incredible Malaysia to challenge yourself by trying these exotic foods.

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