3 must-try new dishes at Malaysian Food Street

Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, Malaysian Food Street has upped the game with three new time-limited dishes in the months of August, September and October.

August: Bak Kut Teh Hor Fun

BKT horfun

If you’re more of a noodle person than a rice person like me, this is the perfect combination.

Consider this a dream come true for fans of both Bak Kut Teh and hor fun. Traditional Klang style herbal Bak Kut Teh with fork-tender pork ribs and various types of bean curd, is now perfectly complimented with silky smooth flat rice noodles.

Go slurp up all that robust goodness!

September: Durian Cendol

durian chendol

When the temperature spikes, the first things that come to my mind are ice kacang and cendol. If you too crave for ice in the sizzling heat, raise your spoon and get ready to scoop up some ice cold goodness with a thorny twist.

Our new durian cendol is topped with a generous scoop of thick and creamy durian puree, which adds a decadent spin to this all-time favourite shaved ice dessert. Rich and refreshing all at once.

October: Duck Satay

duck satay

You heard it right. Duck Satay. Malaysian Food Street is one of the rare places in Singapore that serves this delicacy, if not the only one.

Think thick, juicy chunks of duck meat barbecued over charcoal fire for that heavenly melt-in-your-mouth sensation. Pair them with our signature peanut and pineapple gravy and you’ll taste paradise with every bite. Perfect with an ice cold beer too!

Why travel north and worry about toll hikes? Just head down south to Resorts World Sentosa for the best of Malaysian street gourmet.

Malaysian Food Street meal voucher promo

mfs meal voucher 40

For a limited time only, get an additional free $10 worth of your favourite delicacies at Malaysia Food Street with every $40 vouchers purchased.

Purchase your vouchers from: RWS Invites Service Centre, Booth’s & any hotel concierges. Find out the terms and conditions of this deal.

Before you head to Malaysian Food Street, check out the Sights and Sounds of Malaysian Food Street

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