Starting with Malaysia, Malaysian cuisine reflects the multicultural aspects of Malaysia; many dishes are influenced by Chinese, Indian & Indonesia We serve many of the signature dishes such as beef rendang which is the delicious slow cooked thick dry curry, sizzling satays and king prawn sambal sauce.
Thai cuisine on the other hand has a unique blend of particular tastes: spicy, sour, sweet and always highlighted with citrus (lemongrass and lime). The ingredients of each dish help to not only harmonize all different flavours but also make it mouth wateringly delicious.
Vietnamese food is the true 'light cuisine' of Asia with abundant use of fresh herbs and greens, delicate soups and stir-fries. The cuisine has similarities to Thai food for the common flavouring ingredients of lime juice and lime leaves, lemongrass, fish sauce, palm sugar & chilli. It also has influences from Chinese cooking for the rice noodles and broths.
Most Laos dishes contain vegetables and herbs, rice or noodles and fish, poultry or beef. The freshness of the ingredients is very important in Laos cooking. Herbs such as galangal and lemongrass are favourites and also fish sauce.