Incredible variety from centuries-old influence of both Indian and Chinese cuisines is part of it – and don’t forget the amazing plant and animal biodiversity of local Malaysia as well, adding an incredible list of native ingredients to go with the ancient styles of cooking.
One dish that stands out above the rest is Fish Head Curry – one dish alone that can show you a perfect example of Malaysia’s incredible food diversity.
我们有一个伟大的更小ion of it today for lunch at the Tugu View Cafe, so thanks for joining me. Let’s go!
Tugu View Cafe.
In a full-buffet version like the one at Tugu View Cafe, you choose from creamy and spicy curries, meaty soups, always at least one entire fish, as well as piles ofWilliam Hill 和蒸蔬菜。
Eating like a local means at least one bonus ladle of your favorite curry sauce, dumping it over all the rice beforehand. When eating with your fingers, there’s no better way to maximize flavor than this Malaysian curry-rice move right here.
Fish head curry here gets the fish heads from Red Snapper (‘Ikan Merah’), which is an ocean fish, and in this case a perfect fish for this recipe.
当鱼自然地长大，穿着这么大的，肉串的头骨，and那种鱼发现它进入马来西亚辛辣风格的咖喱咖喱 - 这是一个真正的快乐的东西。
As any lover of this Malaysian delicacy will tell you, meat from within the fish’s head will always bring the most flavorful bites you’ll find in any fish.
There are plenty of restaurant in Kuala Lumpur serving huge plates of fish head curry. Out of all the ones we are lucky to visit today though, Tugu View Cafe is the best place to go (seeMark Wiens’ full video这里）。
I have been lucky enough to visit Malaysia several times, but on this specific trip, on one joyful day we ate three fish heads in a row (you should watch the video). I was literally blown away, how different the three of them were, but also how impressively delicious this food is.
So good in fact, that I can honestly be just as happy during meal number three on a day like this, as I am for meal number one.
The Tugu View Cafe provides all of these things, and I will say this combo will guarantee you one of the better ways to spend an afternoon.
Equal Parts Rush and Relaxation
马来西亚的文化如此奇妙地躺着，有时很难相信美食有多令人惊叹 - 它的魔法！
I would think that if everyone in the world was so nice, and so easy-going, that every country in the world should also have succeeded by now in creating a cuisine of such epic proportions as the one found on every street corner of Malaysia.
Tugu View Cafe拥有一个非常友好的工作人员，而这家餐厅没有公开欢迎大量的照片或录像镜头，这是任何和每天都有一个和每天的食物游览的最佳选择，你有时间在吉隆坡的充满活力的城市。。
Tugu View Cafe - 餐厅信息和位置
Its a famous landmark in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and almost all local friends of ours (but curiously, not every taxi driver) visits at some time or other throughout the year.
Note: The actual entrance to the restaurant is not so obvious if you are coming by foot (maybe walking over from the gardens nearby). The closest entrance is up several flights of stairs, and you have to pass through a small shop selling ice cream and frozen durian (the shop looks like its blocking the stairs, but its only trying to sell ice cream to the Vietnamese and Chinese tour bus passengers when they occasionally park nearby).
名称：Tugu View Cafe.
小时：早上7点 - 下午6点（星期日休息）
价格：Our entire meal came to 144RM (US$35), but a smaller fish head (at half the price of ours) would have been fine for two or three people.