Discover Brunei's cuisine, the quintessence of the Islam country

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Discover Brunei's cuisine, the quintessence of the Islam country
The cuisine of Brunei is heavily influenced by the cuisine of neighboring countries Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia. Due to the predominance of the Islamic religion, the food is halal and pork is avoided. Dishes from Brunei are often spicy and are commonly eaten with either rice or noodles.

 
  • Rendang Beef Tok

    Rendang Beef TokRendang Beef Tok

    Rendang Beef Tok is a version of Rendang Beef, usually with dry curry, and strongly spiced. It consists of beef cubes marinated in a mix of spices and is traditionally served to the Royal Family. The resulting rendang is extremely tender, with a fragrant aroma.

  • Nasi Lemak

    Nasi LemakNasi Lemak

    A rice dish cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaves - usually served for breakfast. Nasi Lemak can be served with many side dishes ie. eggs, chicken, beets, roasted peanuts or vegetables.

  • Ambuyat

    AmbuyatAmbuyat

    Ambuyat is a dish derived from the interior trunk of the sago palm. It is a starchy bland substance, similar to tapioca starch. Ambuyat is the national dish of Brunei, and a local delicacy in the Malaysian states of Sarawak, Sabah, and the federal territory of Labuan, where it is sometimes known as linut.

  • Ketupat

    KetupatKetupat

    Ketupat is a type of dumpling made from rice packed inside a diamond-shaped container of woven palm leaf pouch. It is commonly found in Indonesia, Brunei, Malaysia, and Singapore. It is commonly described as "packed rice", although there are other types of similarly packed grains of rice such as lontong and bakchang.

  • Pulut Panggang

    Pulut PanggangPulut Panggang

    Pulut Panggang or locally known as Pulut Panggang. This dish consists of glutinous rice lightly flavored with coconut milk and wrapped in banana leaves, then barbecued to perfection. The cooked glutinous rice has a filling mixture of grated coconut flesh and fish fillet which make this 'kuih' one of the most favorite ones. Best eaten hot for breakfast or during afternoon tea.

  • Caramelised Pineapple Cake

    Caramelised Pineapple CakeCaramelised Pineapple Cake

    The Caramelised Pineapple Cake consists of pineapples, grown locally in Bandar Seri Begawan, layered between a vanilla sponge cake.

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