Malaysian Restaurants Pittsburgh
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 Pittsburgh 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 Pittsburgh.