New Yorkers Can't Get Enough Of This Tall And Crispy "Malaysian Flatbread"
The sweet yet monstrous creation is courtesy of Laut, a Michelin-starred restaurant specialising in Southeast Asian cuisine in Union Square, NYC.
While Malaysians typically eat roti tisu on its own or dipped in dhal, Laut serves it with coconut ice cream, which is hidden within the conical structure.
Of course, the iconic "Malaysian street food" roti canai - priced at USD7.50 (RM33.47) - is also a crowd favourite among the NYC restaurant's patrons
In addition, Laut also serves a delicious range of Malaysian dishes like nasi lemak, curry laksa, and satay as well as Singaporean, Indonesian, and Thai food
Here's to bringing more Malaysian food to the international arena! In the meantime, check out these Malaysians who've brought some of our local snacks and beverages overseas to immense success: