EXTREME Street Food Tour in Malaysia – MOLTEN LAVA Burger Factory + Back to Eating Street Food!

EXTREME Street Food Tour in Malaysia - MOLTEN LAVA Burger Factory + Back to Eating Street Food!
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We’re FINALLY back out eating Street food in Malaysia! After being indoors for a couple of months, we can now go outside to eat again!!! And today is the first video back, and we’re bringing you for a FULL ON street food adventure of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia!

00:00 introduction to street food in Kuala Lumpur
02:00 char kuay teow dancing master
05:56 the most amazing malaysian desserts
10:00 going to the MyBurgerLab factory
11:25 Making the salted egg sauce for the burgers
14:13 amazing burger skills in the MyBurgerLab kitchen
18:33 extreme burger enjoyment

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Today we’re taking YOU in for a BIG street food tour of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia!
Malaysia for some of the best street food in Asia!! To me, it’s THE BEST food in the world! You’re going to love these street food videos on my channel (The Food Ranger), so make sure to click the subscribe button to see more of these food vlogs!

Today, I’m (Trevor James, The Food Ranger) taking you along with me to try 3 famous Malaysian street foods, including going into the famous MyBurgerLab factory to watch how the salted egg sauce is made for their ultra famous crispy chicken salted egg burger! Malaysia has many different types of burgers and I actually prefer them more than the traditional style, because there are Asian ingredients put into the burgers here which make them much more flavorful and delicious!

And first up, we’re starting off with a FAMOUS Malaysian street food dish, the char kuay teow, a super fragrant and delicious fried wide rice noodle that is famous in Penang, but you can still find a few good ones in KL, and we’re bringing yo uto a good one!! The high heat and fast frying of the wok brings an amazing “wok hei” flavour which is smoky and gives the noodles an incredible aroma.
► Shop Name: Roberts Char Kuey Teow
1082, Jalan 17/29, Seksyen 17, 46400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

and After this , we’re bringing you in for a famous Malaysian dessert, the ABC! I love Malaysian desserts, there are so many varieties. And today, we’re bringing you for an ABC and a taro shaved ice and a bonus mango dessert too!
► Shop name: Fat Boon ABC Ais Kacang

And to finish up the day, we’re bringing you to the most famous burger restaurant in Malaysia, MyBurgerLab, and getting into the factory! I ordered a ton of their burgers during the lockdown and wanted to go see how their made and it was a lot of fun to check it out and to show you!! You’re gonna get hungry!!!

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  1. Hey guys!!!! Finally backkkk!!!! It's been a while!!!! I hope you enjoy the video!!! Huge thanks to ExpressVPN for partnering with us for our first vid back and giving all viewers 3 months free and 49% off using the link below, go check them out: https://expressvpn.com/foodranger It's soooo good to be back out eating again!!!!! I missed it so much and I missed making videos for you!! We're back!!!! Thanks so much for waiting patiently! The first noodles outside were heavenly!! Thanks guys!

  2. Even though char kway teow has become synonymous with Penang street food, its origins lie in China. In the 19th Century, the Chinese diaspora brought over Teochew and Hokkien people from Guangdong and Fujian provinces on China's south-eastern coast.

    Chinese food* in Malaysia. Not Malaysian food. It's really easy to tell. If you're speaking Chinese, it's probably Chinese food. If you're speaking Malay, it's probably Malaysian.

  3. Hi sir

    Please visit to india at mumbai – Thane Ulhasnagar and try Daal pakwan and Papdi you will get lots of other food also

  4. Rason for dissatisfaction: first an advertisement, then in content advertising, then followed by more ads! Not pleasant to watch so many ads…so unsubscribing

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