Synopsis

Street Chows brings street food in all its glory into your living rooms. Eat vicariously through our hosts as they go from stalls, small eateries and back streets dishing up the best of Malaysian street fare. Through our insatiable hosts, a Street Food Photographer and a Food Blogger, viewers will be able to experience the eating out lifestyle of Malaysians and be inspired to come out and try the dishes for themselves.

Food philosophy, Malaysian food culture and a look into what it takes to feed the hungry masses day in and day out, Street Chows will appeal to the food voyeur in all of us. Because the fabulousness of Malaysia’s varied cuisines deserves a show that does it justice.


Director: Shahril Fahazmi Musa
Host: Riz Ainuddin + Alison J. Victor
Genre: Travel




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Are these places worth the queue?

Our hosts queue up for some of Melaka’s famous treats. Kuih keria glazed with gula melaka, creamy coconut…


Aly gets frisky with some tasty balls

Meet the next generation who are taking over the business. From a family that makes chicken rice balls to a tau fu fah empire in the making.…


Watch how to make ice cool cendol

Cool off the day with icy cool cendol and a plate of excellent rojak at an institution in Seremban. Before that Riz checks out a Garden Centre that…


Aly broke a belt in this episode!

Our hosts are so game at trying everything that sometimes their wardrobe can’t take it. Explore a great sang har noodle near Batu Caves and…


Check out some bouncy ‘sotong’

Wake up bright and early for awesome sambal sotong and paru at one of the best inner-city nasi…


Burger Face Off, who will win?

It’s the battle of the bellies as Aly and Riz gets seriously competitive. First they try to outdo each other in who knows the best ‘makan’…


How to be a kek lapis millionaire

Each city has its institutions and Kuching is no exception. Think Sarawak, and kek lapis comes to mind. Our hosts take a Penambang across the river…


Would Aly eat a worm?

Our hosts go native and one can’t come to Kuching and not eat ulat mulung, squirmy fat grubs that live in the sago palm. Yes they eat them raw…


How many bones can a fish have?

You can’t go to Kuching and not have seafood. Riz has his work cut out for him wrestling with succulent terubuk that will not yield to him. Follow…


Cow’s dangly bits in a soup!

Our hosts live dangerously when we feed them bull penis soup. But before that a walk down food history with an old bakery and a murtabak restaurant…


Put some fire in your belly

From laidback suburbs to tourist-laden night food hawkers, wherever you turn in Penang there’s good food to be had. Have a glimpse on how…


Get jiggy with some noodles

What on earth are ‘spinning noodles?’ Check out a father and son cooking team with serious rhythm. And if you only have a day, then…


Claypot apoms the old way

Aly gets up at the crack of dawn for slippery wantan noodles and softer than soft claypot apoms. Riz goes on the streets sampling putu mayam and…