Tuesday, 23 August 2011


Yati Ayam Percik
847, Jalan Long Yunus, 15200 Kota Bharu, Kelantan Malaysia.
Malaysian Restaurant 
398 F, Jln Sultan Zainab 15000 Kota Bharu Kelantan , Malaysia.
Razak Restaurant
3631 Jln Dato' Pati, 15000 Kota Bharu Kelantan , Malaysia.
Haji Sulaiman Restaurant
Hotel Usaha 187, Jln Pulai 18300 Gua Musang Kelantan Malaysia.
Berjaya Restaurant
No 9 Jalan Maju Bangunan PKINK, 15000 Kota Bharu Kelantan , Malaysia.
Malaysia Restaurant
2527-B Jalan Kebun Sultan 15350 Kota Bharu Kelantan Malaysia.




It comes in three colors which are black, yellow and white. It is eaten with raw vegetables as well as special 'sambal ikan'. It is taken as breakfast and also for dinner.

If you are in Kelantan, don't forget to try and enjoy eating 'Nasi Dagang'. It is based on red glutinous rice and it is served with fish curry and raw pickles.

This is the most Kelantanese favorite food. Simple and tasty. It is served with white rice and fish curry it is traditionally cooked.
Grilled chicken with coconut milk sauce is traditionally cooked using original ingredients as heritage. It is served as a special dish for the family members or special guests.

This type of food is based on rice powder and is served with white coconut milk curry. This tradititional recipe is from fish and coconut milk. When serving, it is added with leaves eaten raw or 'ulam'.



:: AKOK::
It is known as 'Akok Kelantan' because of its sweet aroma. The ingredients are eggs and 'gula melaka'.


It is a two-layered dessert with steamed glutinous rice forming the bottom half and a green custard layer made with pandan juice (hence the green colour)

This is a very popular cake or 'kuih' in Kelantan. It is based on eggs and sugar and it is known as a Royal Cake. It can only be found in this state.

It is sweet as well as its name. This food also known as a Royal Kelantan food.


Monday, 8 August 2011


hello guys..the picture in above is a draft of our GUI (Graphic user interface) of  the homepage
This is about page..the description regarding the authentic food and about kelantan state itself will be put in this page. Meanwhile a few of picture in kelantan will include as well in order to make it more interesting

This is the page where we will include a few types of picture about authentic kelantanese food and put some description in order to make audience understandable. Meanwhile the the picture was selected (click on picture)  the recipe will pop-out promptly. The final user can see how to make the particular food that selected by them.

Finally is the map. a few of popular locations will occupy in this page. It is important to get some information about location as well as map. Again once it will click, the pop-out that show the location will include in this page..

Wednesday, 3 August 2011

Sub Website: Kelantanese Cuisine

Flowchart of the individual website

Links in the individual website:

1. Home - This link opens the main page of the overall Kelantan food website.

2. Food In Kelantan - Inside this link, there will be sub-links of all the Kelantan food associated with rice and noodles.
Eg: Nasi Kerabu, Nasi Dagang, Laksam and etc. Inside each of the sub-links, there will be description of the food and images of the ready food.

3. Pastries/Dessert - Provides information about Kelantan pastries and dessert.
 Eg: Akok, Cek Mek Molek, Colek and etc. The sub-links in this link will include description of the food and images of the mentioned food. 

4. Recipes- Gives information and recipes about the Kelantan food.
Sub-links will have recipes and images.

5. Restaurants/Stall - List of restaurants and stall of Kelantan food. Include location and contact number.

Objective of the links

Objective: To provide a link back to the main page for the viewers to get back to the original page and browse other type of Kelantan food.

Food in Kelantan, Pastries/Desserts, Recipe and Restaurant/Stall
Objective: To provide information of different type of food according to their category.

Objective: Gives a list of Penang malay food restaurant that the viewers could visit while travelling in Penang.

Sunday, 31 July 2011

Findings:Kelantan Cuisine

The Kelantanese cuisine, heavily influenced by Thai cuisine, is quite popular among Malaysians. In fact, many visitors come to Kelantan just to taste the special delicacies that cannot be found elsewhere. The use of sugar is a must in every Kelantanese kitchen, and thus most Kelantanese dishes are sweet.
Kelantanese food makes more use of coconut milk than anywhere else in the country. Curries are richer, creamier, and more influenced by the tastes of nearby Thailand.There is a great variety of delicious food in Kelantan Specialities include nasi kerabu (rice with herbal salad) and ayam percik (marinated chicken barbecued on a bamboo skewer) while tom yam and barbecued fish are also hot items. 
Ayam Percik 
A favourite with locals and visitors alike, is barbecued chicken marinated with spicy coconut gravy.
Nasi Keratin
Another rice-based dish, is served with coconut milk. flaked fish, desiccated coconut and a variety of herbs and sauces.
Nasi Dagang 
is a type of rice with a brownish tinge steamed with coconut milk and served with fish gravy.

Restaurants and food stalls abound in Kota Bharu and hawkers selling snacks can be found almost anywhere. At the junction of Jalan Padang Garong and Jalan Pengkalan Chepa, you will find Kota Bharu's Chinatown. Traditional Chinese noodle dishes are readily available here. Those who are looking for an outdoor Malaysian dining experience in the evening, should try the food stalls open from 6.00 pm to midnight at Padang Bas, in the town centre. 

Perhaps the most characteristic Kelantanese-Thai dish is 'kaeng matsaman'—a mouth-watering beef curry cooked with peanuts, potatoes and chopped red onions in a thick coconut milk sauce. Other Kelantanese-Thai specialties include: 'kaeng phanaeng kai'—savoury chicken and coconut curry. 'Kaeng som nom mai dong'—hot and sour fish ragout with pickled bamboo. 'Pla see siad haeng thawt'—deep fried semi-dried pla see fish. 'Khao yam pak tai'—an intriguing breakfast salad. The presentation is exquisite. A small pile of fragrant boiled rice, accompanied by finely chopped heaps of lemon grass, peanuts, bean sprouts, green beans, sour mango and chopped makrut or kaffir lime is served with spicy chilli pepper, fresh limeand a piquant sweet-sour sauce. It's unusual, elegant, and very typical of Kelantan. Kelantanese dishes, like central Thai, are usually accompanied by generous helpings of 'khao suay', or "beautiful rice"—the best of which, 'khao hawm Mali', or jasmine-fragrance rice, is steamed until each grain is tender but separate. When something tastes this good, the Thais utter in full emotion:-"Pisek!"

                                                             Adapted From: http://www.cuti.com.my

Findings:About Kelantan

This northeastern state, which means the "Land of Lightning", is a wonderful treasure filled with delights. Sharing a common border with Thailand in the north, visitors have been captivated by the rustic fishing villages, verdant padi (rice) fields, and languid, palm-fringed beaches of Kelantan. It is also the cradle of Malay culture, crafts, and religion. There are numerous things to do and see here. One can watch the process of batik being made, take part in kite-flying contests, or admire traditional woodcarving techniques.

Kelantan boasts of a historical past that date as far back as prehistoric times. During the early Chinese era, Kelantan was influenced by the Indianized Funan Kingdom of the Mekong River. In fact, farming methods used in Kelantan are based on Funan practices. Even the wayang kulit (shadow puppet show), a popular form of entertainment, and weaving methods are thought to have come from Funan. Kelantan has gone on to become vassals for the Sumatran Sriwijaya Empire and the Siamese. In the 15th Century, it came under the Melaka Sultanate. It was further ruled by the sultanates of Johor and Terengganu. By the 1820s, Kelantan was one of the most prosperous states in the Peninsula as there were unlimited development. Kelantan also retained strong ties with Siam throughout the 19th Century before control was passed on to the British after the signing of the Anglo-Siamese Treaty in 1909. By 1948, Kelantan had become part of the Federation of Malaya.

One of the most conservative states in Malaysia, Kelantan is driven by the production of padi (rice), rubber, and tobacco. Fishing and livestock rearing are also important economic activities.

                                                                                                   Adapted from: http://www.marimari.com