We are planning a trip from New York to Southeastern Asia. Mostly to eat.
Please advise on my selections.
I spent about a month trying to sort out local food universe. Given rather limited amount of time I had to narrow down the choices.
3 days in Singapore: Looks like we will have to spend a lot of time in lines.
Does Joo Chiat area provides highest concentration of quality food stands?
Any food courts with high yield of good stands?
Would like to try Chicken Rice (Tian Tian?), Black pepper/chilly crab, Char Kway Teow, Carrot cake, Hokkien Mee.
1 day in Malacca: It will be Sunday. Hope places are open.
Lunch - Nyonya Makko vs Nancy's Kitchen?
Dinner - Jonker street food vs satay celop?
Breakfast - Dim Sam?
2 days in KL:
Since we are not going to Penang - any place representative of Penang food in KL?
(was only able to find Little Penang)
Jalan Alor and Imbi markets for street food: what not to miss?
(Wong Ah Wah ect...)
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