Dünya şehirlerinde sokak lezzetleri
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The scene: A delicious convergence of Malay, Chinese, Indian, and Portuguese cuisines, served from dawn till midnight. Sellers hawk their specialties in the streets, but also in thrumming outdoor bazaars (Jalan Alor, Sri Petaling, Taman Connaught), lively wet markets (Chow Kit), and tourist-friendly food courts (Lot 10 Hutong, Suria KLCC) housed in air-conditioned shopping malls.
The dish: Penang-style fruit rojak, a medley of papaya, green mango, pineapple, dried squid, cuttlefish, deep-fried tofu, and shrimp fritters tossed with toasted peanuts and sticky-sweet fermented prawn sauce.