Tiger Street Food returns to spice up your mealtimes; exclusive bold collaborations from street food favourites available to pre-order for a limited time only
KUALA LUMPUR, 17TH MAY 2021: Getting tired of ordering the same food for delivery, week after week? Tiger Beer, the champion of Asian street food, has the answer. Spice up your mealtimes by pre-ordering the Tiger Street Food Box – featuring exclusive, bold collaborations between classic street food favourites and some of KL’s hottest modern restaurants – and get it delivered right to your door! Continue reading →
Guests trying out the Soya Sauce Chicken Rice dish by Hawker Chan
Over 700 food lovers sat shoulder to shoulder around the street food table, sharing ice-cold Tiger beers at Tiger STREATS. Held at a vibrant street meets fine dining pop-up restaurant, MH Platinum Warehouse in Setapak, guests were in for a dramatic mash-up between two chefs who are worlds apart, but share the honour of a Michelin Star fame in the culinary world.
Way up on a roof in the heart of town came an extraordinary congregation of street food masterchefs for the conclusion of Tiger Bites.
A scrumptious spread of popular Malaysian hawker food were dished out at the al fresco dining festival that saw the rooftop of Avenue K transformed to resemble popular street food markets of Kuala Lumpur. Specially created Tiger Beer cocktails — Roaring Passion and Bite Me, Cherry — were handed out to welcome foodies, who were in for a treat and spoilt for choice as they indulged in the wide array of yummy nom noms and ice cold Tiger Beer while taking in the rugged contours of Kuala Lumpur’s city skyline. Continue reading →
In a country strong with a diverse range of culture and heritage, Malaysians are spoilt for choice when it comes to food. Just name a cuisine and we bet you, you will find it here. Throw a stone anywhere in Malaysia and it is bound to hit an eatery; guaranteed. But question is, will it land in an unusual place that serves up great tasting street food? Continue reading →
Oh Jian or Fired Oyster stall at the New Lane Hawker center
Our last stop was the Han Chiang Ancestral Temple. After a long and tiring day of travel and sight seeing, we figured out it was time for great Penang hawker food. We needed to replenish our bodies with some soulful good food. Our next stop was New Lane Hawker Center, a popular place where the local visit for soulful replenishment for decades. Continue reading →