Monday, October 13, 2014

Georgetown is Malaysia's Grazing Ground

My arrival in Georgetown is about when I realized that I'd temporarily lost the will to spend hours pouring over the Internet to research where exactly the best rendition of every dish is served in the city before walking for miles in the heat/trying to explain destinations to tuk tuk/cab/bus drivers to get there. And that's crazy because Georgetown is one of the best little places in Southeast Asia for eaters. Malay cuisine is a mix of Indian, Chinese and traditional Peranakan dishes and flavours, and the small city of Georgetown is known for both its street hawker stalls and restaurants that dish up every Malaysian meal you could ask for. 
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