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Malaysian Food Restaurants In Los Angeles

Mapped Restaurants Los Angeles

Salo-Salo Grill Salo-Salo Grill Los Angeles 3 Star Rating

2530 E Amar Rd West covina
(626) 964-4095

Los Angeles Malaysian Restaurant near Amar Rd And Pso Merida

Salo-Salo Grill Salo-Salo Grill Los Angeles 3 Star Rating

18300 Gridley Rd Artesia
(562) 809-6277

Los Angeles Malaysian Restaurant near Gridley Rd And 184Th St

Penang Malaysian Cuisine Penang Malaysian Cuisine Los Angeles 3 Star Rating

987 S Glendora Ave West covina
(626) 338-6138

Los Angeles Malaysian Restaurant near S Glendora Ave And E Vine Ave offering dine in

Yazmin Malaysian Restaurant Yazmin Malaysian Restaurant Los Angeles 3 Star Rating

27 E Main St Alhambra
(626) 308-2036

Los Angeles Malaysian Restaurant near S Hidalgo Ave And E Main St offering dine in and takeout.

Little Malaysia Restaurant Little Malaysia Restaurant Los Angeles 3 Star Rating

3944 Peck Rd Ste 8 El monte
(626) 401-3188

Los Angeles Malaysian Restaurant near N Peck Rd And Woodville Dr offering dine in

Nonya--CLOSED Nonya--CLOSED Los Angeles 3 Star Rating

61 N Raymond Ave Pasadena
(626) 583-8398

Los Angeles Malaysian Restaurant near Everts St And N Arroyo Blvd offering dine in

Malaysian Restaurants Los Angeles


The multi-cultural heritage of Malaysia is evident in the diverse flavors that characterize its cuisine. The unique taste of every dish is based on the use of a broad variety of herbs and spices such as ginger, lemongrass, chilies, kaffir limes, cumin and coriander, as well as roots of the basil, turmeric, torch ginger and laksa leaf plants that release the mouth-watering aromas that pervade the atmosphere of Los Angeles Malaysian restaurants. Coconut milk often contributes to the creamy smoothness of some classic dishes. A typical Malaysian meal includes a tempting variety of exotically-flavored dishes containing meat, seafood or vegetables, skewered meat, and a bowl of steaming hot rice. Complete your meal with medley of succulent tropical fruits such as the durian, mangosteen and rambutan at any of the traditional restaurants found in Los Angeles.

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