Satay (Malaysian street food) is a popular Malaysian street cuisine. This dish is simply made up of seasoned pork impaled on a bamboo pole and meticulously cooked over a hot fire. Chicken, mutton, and beef are just a few of the possibilities offered. This delectable delight is then topped with a sweet and spicy peanut sauce.

Ramly Burger

This well-known cheap meal is so well-known that it has even made its way to the coasts of New York City. This Malaysian-style burger is a popular late-night snack among Malaysians, and it can be found at food vendors all across Kuala Lumpur. You can find up to ten different types of Ramly burgers depending on the stall owner.


Rojak, which means “mixing” in Malay, is the meal that best represents Malaysia. Fruits and vegetables make up the majority of the sweet version of rojak. Fried bean curds, chopped veggies, hard boiled eggs, and other fritters are commonly used in the savory version. Both are covered in a rich sauce that binds everything together. This dish is best eaten just after it’s been prepared; if you wait too long, the food will turn mushy.


Lok-lok, a late-night snack served from the back of a truck, is another local favorite. There are exquisite meat and vegetable sticks in the rear of the truck, waiting to be cooked in the hot pot. This budget-friendly cuisine is very handy.

Tong Sui

Finish your dinner with a dessert. Tong sui booths have a huge selection of desserts. Red bean soup, green bean soup, black-eyed pea soup, peanut paste soup, black glutinous rice soup, and wheat porridge are just a few of the options.

Apom Balik

Apom balik is a deliciously delightful on-the-go treat with a crunchy crust and sweet fillings. Sugar, sweetened corn, and crushed peanuts are the most typical fillings for this palm-sized dessert. It’s no surprise that many people find it difficult to resist.


A bowl of cendol is the most convenient method to beat the Malaysian heat. This popular dessert is topped with green rice flour jelly, coconut milk, and palm sugar syrup and served with a large bowl of shaved ice. Cendol is one of Malaysia’s most affordable desserts, featuring a sweet and cold combo that will have you slurping away in no time.