Missing Malaysian food? Penang Culture Restaurant collaborates with Chef Wan on a special spread

Staff Writer
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HOBART, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 14:  (L-R) Anis Nabilah from Malaysia, Mark Alston and Chef Wan attend the Restaurant Australia Marketplace event at Macquarie Wharf on November 14, 2014 in Hobart, Australia. The Restaurant Australia Marketplace is the official press event of Invite The World To Dinner, Tourism Australia's global campaign Restaurant Australia. 86 international food and wine influencers were selected to enjoy some of the best Australian food and wine experiences, culminating in the Invite The World To Dinner Gala event at MONA in Hobart. The campaign aims to increase awareness of Australia's food and wine offering to increase international tourism.  (Photo by Robert Prezioso/Getty Images)
HOBART, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 14: (L-R) Mark Alston, Anis Nabilah from Malaysia, and Chef Wan attend the Restaurant Australia Marketplace event at Macquarie Wharf on November 14, 2014 in Hobart, Australia. The Restaurant Australia Marketplace is the official press event of Invite The World To Dinner, Tourism Australia's global campaign Restaurant Australia. 86 international food and wine influencers were selected to enjoy some of the best Australian food and wine experiences, culminating in the Invite The World To Dinner Gala event at MONA in Hobart. The campaign aims to increase awareness of Australia's food and wine offering to increase international tourism. (Photo by Robert Prezioso/Getty Images)

SINGAPORE – Penang Culture Restaurant will be welcoming award-winning Datuk Chef Wan for a short guest stint at their restaurant.

From 15 January to 28 February 2021, diners can try his signature dishes including Mackerel in Spicy and Sour Gravy (Gerang Asam), King Tiger Prawn Rendang (Rendang Udang Galah), Stir-Fried 4-in-1 Vegetables with Sambal (Sambal Goreng Empat Sayur), Massaman Beef (Daging Massaman) and Mum’s Fried Rice (Nasi Goreng Emak).

With over 35 years of experience in the culinary industry, Chef Wan is regarded as a luminary and has served royalties, sultans and celebrities across the world. Today, he continues to share his love for Malaysian food and its unique flavours as Tourism Malaysia’s culinary ambassador as well as the brand ambassador for AirAsia.

“Penang Culture has been serving up authentic Malaysian hawker fare in Singapore for close to a decade years since 2011. It is a shining spot of Malaysian food bridging two nations here and I am excited that they have reached out to me to be on this journey to promote Malaysian cuisine together,” says the Datuk Chef Wan of the collaboration.

“I have worked very closely with Penang Culture’s chefs to create this menu and am confident that they are able to execute them to perfect Malaysian taste. Travel to Malaysia may not be on the books right now due to COVID-19, so why not let Malaysian food come to you. It has been a while since I greeted my Singapore fans, so this came as a splendid opportunity for me to continue serving up my delights to fans residing in Singapore.”

Penang Culture VivoCity, 1 HarbourFront Walk, #B2-23E, 098585

Tel: 69627172