Destinasi TV - Mat Salleh Cari Makan Selatan

Destinasi TV - Mat Salleh Cari Makan Selatan

  • TV-G
  • 2018
  • 1 Season
Mat Salleh Cari Makan is back! In the last season, Rhys William hunted for traditional Malaysian food in Kuala Lumpur and for traditional British food in London. This time Rhys explores the whole Malaysia to find traditional food in every state....
Season 2

8 Episodes
Cendol Melaka Baba Nyonya
1. Cendol Melaka Baba Nyonya
Cendol is one of Malaysia's most well known desserts. Due to the very hot and humid tropical climate, cold snacks such as cendol are popular throughout the country all year round. In Malacca, the Baba Nyonya community are particularly well known for their style of Cendol. Let's eat!...
Mee Bandung Muar
2. Mee Bandung Muar
Mee Bandung is a food originating from the Muar area in the state of Johor. Bandung means pair or twin, in this case Bandung Mee is a kind of dish that combines noodles and eggs. This dish is already well-known throughout Malaysia but many still consider that Muar is the best place to experience the authentic beauty of Mee Bandung. Let's eat!...
Sate Maharani Muar
3. Sate Maharani Muar
Satay is a food that has been established in Malaysia for hundreds of years. Originating from the Java Archipelago, Satay arrived in Malaysia through the migration of Javanese people to all over Malaysia, including Muar, Johor. What's unique about this dish in Muar is not only the taste but the fact that satay is served as breakfast. In Muar, there are no less than 15 stores and restaurants serving Satay as breakfast. Let's eat!...
Daging Salai Masak Lemak Cili Api
4. Daging Salai Masak Lemak Cili Api
Smoking is among one of the processes of food preservation that have been around for centuries. People around the world using smoked techniques to ensure food sources like meat can last a long time. Malaysia is also famous for smoked meat, especially in Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan. We stopped to Zaini Salai House and interviewed the restaurant owner, Mr Zaini to find out more about the smoking process and traditional Negeri Sembilan dishes. Let's eat!...
Kacang Pool Haji
5. Kacang Pool Haji
Kacang Pool is a food synonymous with the people of Johor, however this dish is not a traditional food of hundreds of years, in fact it's no more than 2 decades old. The dish actually originates from the Arab world and was the inspiration of Mr Makpol. During his journey of pilgrimage, he found this bean based dish very popular in Mecca. Mr Makpol tried to rebuild this dish according to the taste and taste of the locals. Let's eat!...
Murtabak Singapura
6. Murtabak Singapura
Murtabak is a very popular food in Malaysia. Derived from the Arabic word "Mutabbaq" which means folding, this dish is believed to have come to the region through Arabian influence. In the south of peninsular, there is a very special and unique murtabak, Murtabak Singapore. From a physical point of view, it turns out that the Murtabak Singapore is very large in comparison to standard murtabak. What is more interesting is the layer of bread and its contents... Let's eat!...
Ayam Pongteh & Hidangan Babab Nyonya
7. Ayam Pongteh & Hidangan Babab Nyonya
The Baba Nyonya community are well-known in Malacca. The community is also famous for its traditional food that has been preserved for generations. The Baba Nyonya food is usually derived from Chinese cuisine but has been adapted to a more local taste. Uniquely this Baba Nyonya cuisine is a combination of all Chinese, Malay and Indian food, thus giving this style of cooking a comprehensive flavor profile....
Lontong Kering dan Lontong Basah
8. Lontong Kering dan Lontong Basah
Lontong or also known as Lodeh is a food originally from Java. The migration of Javanese to Malaysia also brought this didh, especially in Johor. It has since become an iconic dish across Malaysia Lontong is a kind of food based on vegetables, consisting of tempe, long beans, cabbage, radish and tofu. In Johor there are two types of Lontong, Wet and Dry. In Johor, both are popular breakfast dishes. Let's eat!...