Popular Malay food

This is the menu for July-Aug-Sept 2024 for Nazlina's Cooking Classes.

These are the beginning of popular summer months, so please book early to get your spots.

Book special slots for Mothers' Day and Fathers' Day, as memorable get together for birthdays, anniversaries, company team-building events and other special occasions.

Vegan, vegetarian, gluten free items could be requested in advance.

To enquire:

Note: Nazlina will be away between 24-27 July 2024 and 11th-25th August 2024. Replacement teachers and tour guides will take over during the two periods mentioned above.

PLEASE DO NOT BOOK AT THE LAST MINUTE ESPECIALLY DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS.

July-Aug are the busiest period. Thanks for your co-operation.

AUGust 2024 (scroll down for July menu)

char koay teow

Daily from 1st to 10th August 2024

  • Char Koay Teow (stir your own plate)
  • Nasi Lemak with Sambal Ikan Bilis  & learn how to wrap the meal in banana leaves
  • Beef in black sauce

To enquire:

Please remember to state any allergies or dietary requirements when you make the reservation.

SEPT 2024

nasi tomato

TUESDAYS 

  • Pineapple curry
  • Pohpia
  • Coconut sambar

THURSDAYS 

  • Chicken curry Malay style
  • Stuffed Old cucumber
  • Kuih ketayap (pandanus crepe with fresh coconut filling)

SUNDAYS

This is a Malay Wedding Lunch set

  • Tomato Rice (do not compare it with Spanish Rice!); this a traditional dish with Nazlina's special recipe
  • Ayam Masak Merah
  • Jelatah (a cold Malay salad)

To enquire:

JULY 2024

cooking class for children

TUESDAYS (2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th July 2024)

  • Roti canai (Southern Indian roti; most famous breakfast item for Malaysians)
  • Vegetable dalcha (a vegetarian curry)
  • Cucumber raita

This is a famous "coffee shop" or food court meal that is popular both in Malaysia and Singapore.

THURSDAYS (4th, 11th, 18th and 25th July 2024)

  • Chicken Curry Kapitan
  • Egg sambal with mint
  • Nasi minyak Subaidah

SUNDAYS (7th, 14th, 21st and 28th July 2024)

  • Otak-Otak
  • Asam pedas ikan (fresh fish in piquant sauce and redolant with local herbs)
  • Kerabu kacang botol (a traditional Malay salad); please note that we may change to another vegetable if the said vegetables were not available.

To enquire: