Malaysia Airlines is supporting the UK’s largest celebration of Malaysian cuisine and culture taking place in London tomorrow (Saturday).
The carrier will be giving visitors the chance to win flights to Malaysia as part of the Malaysia Fest, which is being held in Trafalgar Square.
A range of culture, business and tourism stalls showcasing traditional handicrafts, fabric displays, travel destinations and the latest from the Lotus Evora range for car enthusiasts will be on display.
A Malaysian food market will make up a large part of the festival with participation from 20 restaurants.
Dishes will include curries, rotis, peanut pancakes, banana fritters, nasi lemak combinations and street snacks not often seen in London as well as more classic Malay satays, gorengs and rendangs.
MasterChef winners Dhruv Baker, Ping Coombs and Tim Anderson will be hosting cooking demonstrations alongside Malaysian celebrity chef Norman Musa.
Malaysia Fest is a collaborative effort by Malaysian ministries, government agencies and private sector companies to showcase the country to the UK.
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