Authentic malaysian food on a private roof terrace in central barcelona!

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Authentic malaysian food on a private roof terrace in central barcelona!
Authentic malaysian food on a private roof terrace in central barcelona!
Authentic malaysian food on a private roof terrace in central barcelona!
Authentic malaysian food on a private roof terrace in central barcelona!
Authentic malaysian food on a private roof terrace in central barcelona!
Authentic malaysian food on a private roof terrace in central barcelona!
Authentic malaysian food on a private roof terrace in central barcelona!
Authentic malaysian food on a private roof terrace in central barcelona!
Authentic malaysian food on a private roof terrace in central barcelona!
Authentic malaysian food on a private roof terrace in central barcelona!
Authentic malaysian food on a private roof terrace in central barcelona!
Authentic malaysian food on a private roof terrace in central barcelona!
Little Malaysian Kitchen, on the roof.

Enjoy authentic home cooked Malaysian food. My cuisine is made with fresh ingredients bought from the local market and based on recipes from my mother’s homeland - Brunei, Malaysia. Under the beautiful night sky of central Barcelona, experience a colourful array of natural spices that create spectacular and rich Malaysian flavours.

Everything is handmade and prepared on the day.

Vegetarian options are available upon request.
$41  per guest
Any day · 8PM
Mostly weekends, but some weekdays upon request
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Emma
Meet Emma
Barcelona, Spain
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Starter
Tiga satay: Three satay skewers of chicken, beef and king prawn, marinated in a range of spices and served with a fresh pot of warm home made peanut sauce.

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Main course
Kari Ayam: a traditional Malaysian chicken thigh curry, marinated overnight and slowcooked for hours before your arrival, cooked with a range of spices including garlic, ginger, cardamon, star anise and many more and includes fresh potatoes from our local market. Served with a bowl of black pepper and garlic stir fried vegetables and coconut rice to share. If you like your food with a little extra spice, just let me know!

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Dessert
Pisang Goreng: A twist on the banana fritter. A banana “spring roll”, sprinkled with sugar and spice, fried and drenched in a coconut and caramel sauce.

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Welcome drink
My Malaysian sangria: White wine, elderflower, lychees and limes muddled together and topped off with soda for extra fizz. Guests are welcome to bring their own alcohol to drink for the meal.
Emma was a fab host and her terrace overlooking borne was stunning and so tranquil. Her food was absolutely delicious and presentation was sublime. I will defo come back again with friends!