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Monday, 12 June 2017

World Street Food Congress 2017 lists 6 Malaysian Street Food in top 50, Line Clear Nasi Kandar Penang in Top 10.

Six Food Outlets In M'sia Makes It Into World Street Food Top 50, Guess Which One Made It Into The Top 10!

Our country is renowned worldwide as a food haven and a recent survey has reaffirmed that status officially!
We Malaysians pride ourselves for being a food heaven as our rich multi-ethnic society has blessed us with a wide variety of scrumptious delicacies and cuisines – and recently, a few of our Malaysian street food vendors were recognised by the World Street Food Congress 2017.
The congress recently announced the Top 50 World Street Food Master at Manila, Philippines and our very own Nasi Kandar Line Clear hailing from Penang placed ninth!
After the recent hygiene scare when rat droppings was found in the Line Clear restaurant's food preparation premises, authorities had shut down the outlet temporarily but fortunately, that episode hasn't dampened foodies love for the nasi kandar stall.
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The popular northern Malaysian dish outranked Master Tang Wanton Mee, Singapore (16); Sate Ayam Barokah Haji Basiri, Indonesia (18); and Mariscos Ruben, Mexico (20).
In total, six popular street food outlets made it into the world rankings.
Aside from Nasi Kandar Line Clear, Siam St Cha Kway Teow, Penang placed 14th; Fauzi Nasi Kerabu, Terengganu placed 23rd; Nonya Mee Siam Donald & Lily, Malacca placed 34th; Guan Heong Biscuit Shop, Ipoh placed 36th; and Jalan Kuli Satay, Malacca placed 43rd.
According to the official website of the World Street Food Congress 2017, vendors were judged by a panel of travel writers, journalists, TV hosts and food connoisseur whom evaluated each vendor according to hygiene level, ingredients used, food preparation, food quality and ultimately, the taste.
The complete list also featured delicacies from countries such as China, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and the United States, which can be viewed here.
So with six of our street vendors gaining international recognition, we do believe that’s sufficient support to hit the road for a food adventure!
- Malaysian Digest

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