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Malaysian

  1. Coffee Talk
    Why You Should Definitely Try Malaysian-Style White CoffeeIt’s served at Kopitiam, a tiny café on Canal Street.
  2. Foodievents
    KCET and Six Taste Collaborate on Malaysian Feast, Tomorrow Night at StarryThi Tran plans five courses both authentic and inspired by Malaysia.
  3. Reopenings
    Sunset Park Malaysian Sensation Belachan Finds a New HomeThe latest incarnation of this Sietsema favorite features a sushi bar.
  4. Reopenings
    First Look at Nyonya, Now Relocated With an Expanded MenuThe Malaysian favorite now does lobster and dungeon [sic] crab, prepared your way.
  5. Reopenings
    Nyonya Closes in Order to Move Across the StreetAfter ten years, Chinatown’s Malaysian favorite has left its current location.
  6. Openings
    Nyonya Expands Across the StreetAnd a block away, a new wine shop.
  7. Slideshow
    A First Look at Fatty Crab UWS, Opening TonightAnd the latest on Fatty ‘Cue.
  8. Mediavore
    Bourdain Lays Into ‘Top Chef’ Hung; Restaurant to Open in Back ofAnthony Bourdain jumps on Top Chef’s Hung even harder than he laid into Marcel last season: “‘Flavor’ counts for very little in a competition for ‘Top Chef.’” [Amuse Biatch] Related: ‘Top Chef’ Biases Finally Out on the Table ‘Top Chef’ Non-Winner Lia on What Went Wrong Kanye West is a soul-food connoisseur, when he’s not eating out in haute Asian eateries like Spice Market and Philippe. [WSJ] An unrelated restaurant will open Thursday in the back room of Setagaya and will feature Thai, Japanese, and Malaysian food. [Eat for Victory/VV] Related: New East Village Ramen Spot Insists It’s More Authentic Than Momofuku
  9. NewsFeed
    Chodorow and Pelaccio Planning a ‘Malaysian Coffeehouse’Fatty Crab may not be coming to the Upper West Side, but locals need not fret — we’ve learned that Jeffrey Chodorow and Zak Pelaccio are in discussion to do a Malaysian place called Kopi Tiam in the neighborhood. A kopi tiam is what Chodorow calls a “Malaysian coffeehouse,” and this one would occupy the 77th Street space that formerly housed Fishs Eddy. Kopi tiams, Chodorow tells us, “are popular throughout Malaysia and frequently serve both Malaysian and Western foods…this restaurant would be very different from Fatty Crab.”
  10. User's Guide
    ‘Saveur’ Editor Demystifies Malaysian Eats James Oseland, just hired as editor-in-chief of Saveur, also happens to be a Malaysian-Indonesian food guru. His new book, Cradle of Flavor: Home Cooking From the Spice Islands of Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia calls on the twenty years he spent in that part of the world. So how do people who spent the last twenty years traveling no farther than the Coney Island F stop make sense of the cuisine? And where can they sample its highlights? Oseland walks us through the type of menu you’ll find in most Malaysian restaurants, in his own words.