The North-South Peranakan Cook-off (30Aug)
Capital of street food that Penang is, its homecooked Peranakan cuisine is also among the most unique fares in Malaysia. It’s distinctly different from the Peranakan food in Malacca and Singapore – being more piquantly sour and sweet, thanks to the Thai influence.
Just how different are Peranakan dishes from the North and South even though both are a marriage of Chinese with Malay flavours? We invited two youthful and dedicated cooks to have an amicable cook-off! Nyonya Su Pei from Penang uses generation-old recipes from her husband’s family, while food writer and cookbook author Christopher Tan from Singapore credits his love of makan and masak to both Peranakan and Cantonese genes.
The menu is designed to “compare and contrast”– and diners are definitely in for a culinary treat!
Note: This event is limited to 25 seats
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM MYT
Standard 200.00 MYR Early Bird (before 18Jul) 190.00 MYR Early Bird +
180.00 MYR Early Bird (extended) 190.00 MYR Waitlist
- Venue Address
- 108 Jalan Burma Malaysia