Laksa: a spicy noodle soup that is very popular. Each region has its own version and they like to argue with each other over which one is better. Here in Sarawak, the broth is made of coconut milk, shrimp paste, and chilies. It is rich and spicy and the soup includes shrimp, chicken, or fish, or all three and of course noodles.
Roti cani: an Indian influenced flat bread often served with dahl or curry. Fillings come in a variety of flavors from sweet to savory.
Nasi Lamak: considered the national dish of Malaysia and a typical breakfast. Rice cooking in fresh coconut water served with chicken, beef, or fish, with spicy sambal on the side and topped with roasted peanuts and dried anchovies. Often wrapped up in a pandan leaf for easy transport.
Noodles: stir fried noodles in a spicy chili sauce with eggs, greens, and chicken. These come in many different flavors and styles.
Midin: wild jungle ferns, fresh and green, sautéed with garlic, or lightly pickled and served as a salad.