Below is a list of the top and leading Malaysian Food in Chicago. To help you find the best Malaysian Food located near you in Chicago, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Chicago’s Best Malaysian Food:
The top rated Malaysian Food in Chicago are:
- Silver Plate Asian Cuisine – is a new addition to Asian cuisine Bricktown
- PappaRoti – is a flourishing cafe chain that has prospered all over the world
- Serai – aims to bring to you the best of traditional regional food
- Simply Thalia – started in November 2010 and it’s located inside Block 37
- Sunda Chicago – creates a tasting adventure that is totally new
Silver Plate Asian Cuisine
Silver Plate Asian Cuisine is a new addition to Asian cuisine Bricktown. They feature quality ingredients and great service for their Pan-Asian Cuisine. They have been committed to offering the most memorable dining experience for you. They pick ingredients cautiously and use only the freshest and natural ones to prepare every dish, and have been trying to cook them in a healthier way to provide the most nutritious food.
Much awareness has been attached to guarantee you a cozy and inviting ambiance where you could enjoy not only the great meal but also the authentic atmosphere.
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“They serve large portions and for convenient rates. Very kind employees. Keep up the good work.” – Gibson C.
PappaRoti provides catering and franchising. PappaRoti is a flourishing cafe chain that has prospered all over the world with branches in Malaysia, Qatar, South Korea, Pakistan, United Arab Emirates, Indonesia, Australia, Egypt, United Kingdom, Singapore, Dubai, Vietnam Canada, and now the US. With the growing appeal in metropolitan cities for Cafe Culture and Love of freshly baked Pastries, PappaRoti offers a new unique snack experience for customers at any time of the day.
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“PappaRoti has really tasty food and incredible drinks! We had the Karak tea, which was so flavorful and enjoyable after our long day, and the buns are heavenly, fluffy, and topped with the perfect amount of flavor. We loved the vibe of this Cafe and the friendliness of the staff, and we’ll definitely be returning with friends. I’m not a big cafe person, but I plan on making regular stops here.” – Nathaniel S.
Serai aims to bring to you the best of traditional regional food, with a focus on Malaysian fare, specialties like char kuey teow, prawn mee, and Serai’s signature serai pork chop, at the hands of an eager chef who lives to boost his craft. Serai – Malay for lemongrass – is a robust plant that can grow in rough environments, full of herbal properties, and ubiquitous in South East Asian cuisine.
It’s a unifying ingredient that connects all countries across the region and adds that extra little kick to make a dish truly authentic. Also, it is soon to be the solution to your call for genuine South East Asian, Malaysian, cooking.
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“Highly recommend this place! The Hainanese chicken is silky and tender and absolutely to die for. Buddha’s delight vegetables are fresh and so well seasoned.” – Angela
Simply Thalia started in November 2010 and it’s located inside Block 37. From that time their chefs have been serving warming versions of classic Pan Asian dishes and daring new ventures fusing the delicious Asian cuisine. Simply Thalia’s interior, presenting beautiful custom artwork by the award-winning Hayden Collective, shows the elegant sensibilities of Asian culture while also paying tribute to Chicago’s storied past.
The restaurant tenders the choice to people-watch at the all-glass storefront, watch the art of making Asian cuisine as it takes place in the open-kitchen layout, or enjoy a cold imported beer at the bar.
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“Fantastic lunch spot. Three bites in and I’m writing this post. Could not be happier.” – Matt T.
Sunda Chicago is motivated by a lifetime of culinary and culturally preoccupied travel throughout Southeast Asia, their owners developed the Sunda concept to celebrate the beautiful fusion of intermingling cultures found on the Sunda Shelf, a landmass, today submerged under shallow seas, that was once surrounded by the many different countries and cultures they celebrate at Sunda today like Japan, the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, China and more.
At Sunda, they pride themselves on taking classic, culturally important dishes from all over this region and modernizing each one by upgrading ingredients, cooking techniques, and presentations to create a tasting adventure that is totally new while still retaining the deep-rooted spirit of the original.
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“Food was amazing and didn’t have to wait long very relaxed space. Will definitely come here again.” – Jessica H.
Shera Elliott graduated from the New Mexico State University with a major in biology and a minor in Biological Basis of Behavior & Health Care Management. Shera grew up in Los Angeles, but moved to Las Cruces for college. Shera has written for several major publications including the Albuquerque Journal and NPR. Shera is a community reporter and also covers stories important important to all Americans.