Bakuteh (BKT)

The name literally translates as “meat bone tea”, and, at its most straightforward, consists of fatty pork ribs simmered in a broth of herbs and spices (including star anise, cinnamon, cloves, dong guai, fennel seeds and garlic) slow cook for days. Nevertheless, added ingredients may contain offal, varieties of mushroom, choy sum (vegetables), and pieces tofu puffs.

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Bakuteh (BKT)

Hokkien Mee

Fried Hokkien mee (Chinese fashion- fried yellow noodles) has a cult following in Kuala Lumpur. It’s a dish of thick yellow noodles braised in heavy dark soy sauce with pork, squid, fish cake and cabbage as the primary ingredients and blocks of crispy fried pork lard as trimming

Some might say the pork lard is the primary ingredient.

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Hokkien Mee

Satay Skewers

Satay is a close version of Yakitori from Japan, the Shish Kebab from Turkey, the Sosatie from South Africa and also the Chuan from China!

The “must have” fixing which gives the dish its characteristic yellowish color derived from turmeric. Serve it up with a hot peanut sauce dip, or peanut gravy, slivers of onions and cucumbers, and ketupat (rice cakes) and you’ve got a balanced meal of carbs, protein, fats, and vegetables but taste delightfully great!

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Satay Skewers

Nasi Lemak

Nasi Lemak is a must! The name itself ” rice in cream” is derived from the cooking procedure where regular white rice is actually soaked in coconut cream and then steamed to give a stunning, fragrance of coconut-perfumed white rice that’s subsequently wrapped in banana leaf or served on a plate and eaten with the other side dishes. Sometimes a tied pandan leaf, or ginger or a stalk of lemongrass is thrown it to make the rice more aromatic.

The Malaysian nasi lemak consists of a hot spicy sauce (sambal), hard boiled egg, cucumber pieces, small dried anchovies (ikan bilis) and roasted peanuts at its center and to this you may add sambal cuttlefish, fried chicken, cockle, stir fried Kang kong, pickled vegetables (achar) or beef rendang (beef stewed in coconut milk and spices).

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Nasi Lemak

Roti Canai

A roti canai is made from thin dough, cooked into a pastry-like bread, and dipped into an aromatic curry sauce for a blast of tastiness. A roti canai makes a flavorful treat any time of the day, but it’s usually eaten for breakfast alongside a cup of milky tea (teh tarik).

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Roti Canai

Curry Laksa

All the flavors one could possibly dream of are represented within a bowl of luscious Malaysian curry laksa. The variation starts with thin rice noodles that are covered in a rich coconut cream curry. The list of ambrosial toppings contains shredded chicken, shrimp, fried tofu, and ultimately a succulent squeeze of lime!

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Seafood Curry Laksa

Char Kuay Teow

Char kuay teow is an excellent concoction of stir fried rice noodles together with a choice of meat or seafood and flavored with dark soy sauce. Frequently an egg is added to the dish, coating the noodles with an even more amazing flavor!

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Char Kuay Teow

This is just a sample authentic Malaysian meals from Satay Ria The Best Malaysian Restaurant in Queensland, there’s so much food to explore at Satay Ria and the dining experience there will make you feel like you’re in Malaysia!

Visit Satay Ria Malaysian Restaurant at Satay Ria Cannon Hill – Shop 8 Cannon Central 1145 Wynnum Rd, Cannon Hill, QLD 4170 and Satay Ria Fortitude Valley165 Wickham Street, Fortitude Valley, QLD 4006.  You may also check out Satay Ria’s website at http://satayria.com.au to view the menu or to make a table reservation.

Satay Ria Fortitude Valley Online Food Delivery via Deliveroo: https://deliveroo.com.au/menu/brisbane/fortitude-valley/satay-ria.