|Despite the wind, we managed to set-up|
|Stocking up for the most important thing: chilli sauce!|
|Nyonya Restaurant displayed a tantalizing plate of nasi lemak (directly translated to fatty/rich rice)|
Coming back to the Malaysian Pavilion, I was welcomed by such generous owners of restaurants such as Nyonya in Chinatown, Bentara in CT, Forbidden City in CT, Oldtown Coffee and much more! Tapau’ed and ate nasi lemak, bubur pulut hitam, popiah goreng, kuih talam, rendang puff, nasi rendang, nasi goreng, satay ayam, mee goreng, Mamee rice sticks, instant spices to cook, and that’s it if I remember correctly? The food definitely kept us warm and alive. Susheela Rhagavan, the author of Flavors of Malaysia even gave samples of keropok ikan dipped in her kuah kacang made by her own spices.
|My favorite dessert there: pineapple and durian pastry|
|Malaysian author, Susheela Rhagavan who wrote Flavors of Malaysia made delicious satay peanut sauce and keropok (fish crackers)|
|Met the most delightful person at the Social Eatz booth: Chef Angelo Sosa, he served a delicious velvety tomato soup|
|The truck that made everybody happy was serving up uniquely delish cones of ice creams, sundaes & shakes|
|Indoors was the open bar(s) that offers a variety of sakes, soju, wines, Singha beer, and Bombay Sapphire cocktails|
|The Bombay Sapphire girls had really cute costumes on|
|Different traditional ways to serve sake in|
|Had the best white wines|
|Now you can get this popular Malaysian drink here! (At the Old Town White Coffee store at Flushing Mall)|
|This was my favorite brand of junkfood when I was lil' in KL, now they came out with a new product that's equally as addictive|
Afterthought: A food festival is like being in a crowded club but instead of pushing, shoving and waiting at the bar for your drink, it’s to taste some obscenely delicious new dish or concoction.