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M’sian Street Food Is Going Online! Catch the Top 9 Vendors on Tiger Street Food Virtual Festival!


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Tiger Street Food Virtual Festival is back with an epic collision between street food and streetwear! With the new theme, Xperience the Xtraordinary, Tiger brings together over 100 street food vendors across Malaysia and renowned streetwear brands, releasing not only unique street food but also exclusive apparel. Other than Klang Valley and Penang, the exciting street food festival is also happening in Ipoh and Johor Bahru

Every Thursday to Sunday from 11th Nov – 19th Dec 2021 (11am – 9pm), join the Tiger Street Food Virtual Festival for delicious street food AND trendy streetwear! 

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Wondering what to expect? Well, we spent some time Xperiencing the Xtraordinary, and thought it was indeed one of a kind! From Bak Kut Teh to Claypot Chicken Rice and Curry Mee, the long list of menu items is bound to satisfy all of your street food cravings! More interestingly, if you order a combo meal that comes with your choice of Tiger Beer or Tiger Crystal, you’ll receive two pairs of limited-edition Tiger Beer chopsticks! Check out some of the must-tries below: 



1. SS2 Fatty Duck 

If you enjoy braised or stewed dishes, you should definitely try the famous stewed duck from SS2 Fatty Duck! This family-run business is known for selling juicy stewed duck prepared using traditional Teo Chew stewing methods. It is usually served with rice and other mouth-watering stewed sides, such as eggs, peanuts, pig’s intestines, and mushrooms.

Address: 2, Jalan SS 2/10, SS 2, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Operating hours: 12.30pm – 7.30pm daily

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Stewed duck from SS2 Fatty Duck 


2. A1 Bak Kut Teh

Let’s agree that there’s nothing like a bowl of steamy Bak Kut Teh to warm our hearts, especially on a rainy day! The Bak Kut Teh soup from A1 Bak Kut Teh is not only fragrant but also thick and rich. Other than the chewy tao pok (fried beancurd puff) that oozes herbal soup with every bite, the tender pork meat is also a dream come true for many foodies. The vendor also offers several side dishes that are equally as delicious, such as stir-fried kangkung, braised chicken feet, pig’s trotter in black vinegar sauce, and so on!

Address: Block D, No 26LG, Jalan Desa Aman 1, Cheras Business Centre, 56100, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur.
Operating hours: 11.30am – 7.30pm daily; closed on Mondays

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Bak Kut Teh from A1 Bak Kut Teh


3. Beans and Yogurt

Check out the unique Nasi Lemak burger from Beans and Yogurt! This fusion dish takes Western burgers and infuses them with our Malaysian staple sambal ikan bilis. It has two fluffy burger buns sandwiching a crispy, boneless fried chicken topped with sambal ikan bilis, fried egg and lettuce. Not a huge fan of burgers? Don’t worry, this café offers many other innovative dishes, ranging from spaghetti to chops, and even desserts! 

Address: 9, Jalan Cerdas 1, Taman Connaught, 56000, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.
Operating hours: 11am – 8pm daily; closed on Wednesdays

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Nasi Lemak burger from Beans and Yogurt



4. Tan Jetty Prawn Fritters & Loh Bak

Tourists and Penangites alike are all aware of the famous prawn fritters and loh bak stall in Tan Jetty! The vendor is known for selling crispy and juicy prawn fritters, loh bak (pork rolls), and spring rolls that are fried to golden-brown perfection, and served with chilli sauce that complements the fried snacks. And let us tell you that their chilli sauce is da bomb! It is sweet and tangy, with a slight acidic twist from the added lime juice.

Address: 90-A, Pengkalan Weld, George Town, 10300 George Town, Pulau Pinang.
Operating hours: 8am – 6pm daily

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Fried snacks from Tan Jetty Prawn Fritters & Loh Bak


5. I Mum Mum Noodle Library

Have you ever seen a bowl of soup pan mee that looks exactly like Japanese ramen? If you haven’t, then you MUST check out the Seaweed Meat Slice Pan Mee from I Mum Mum Noodle Library! The unique dish comes with thin pan mee noodles soaked in rich soup topped with seaweed, Chinese cabbage, sliced meat, soft boiled egg, and chopped shallots. The signature dry and soup pan mee, as well as chilli pan mee are worth a try too!

Address: Gat Lebuh Macallum, George Town, 10300 George Town, Pulau Pinang.
Operating hours: 10am – 10pm daily

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Seaweed Meat Slice Pan Mee from I Mum Mum Noodle Library



6. Lim Ko Pi 

Lim Ko Pi is where we can find kopi with authentic Ipoh flavours! The Signature Nanyang Kopi 98 is made from fresh coffee beans that are roasted and grounded in Ipoh, and then brewed using traditional Nanyang methods to achieve a smooth texture. Other than offering the signature kopi with cream crackers, Lim Ko Pi also has cold-brew kopi packaged in minimalistic, café-styled bottles!

Address: 10, Jalan Sultan Iskandar, 30000 Ipoh, Perak.
Operating hours: 8.30am – 5.30pm daily

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Hot coffee with crackers from Lim Ko Pi

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Cold-brew coffee from Lim Ko Pi


7. Uncle Long

Uncle Long is known for selling char siew (roasted pork), roasted chicken, siew cheong (sausage), and siew yoke (roasted pork belly), all of which are home roasted by Ray Lim Tze Kee, an experienced chef specializing in Chinese roasting. Besides serving the delicious roasted meat with sesame oil-infused rice, Uncle Long takes the game to a whole new level by serving their signature char siew with man tou (Chinese steamed buns) and fresh lettuce!

Address: 15, Lebuh Taman Ipoh, Taman Ipoh Selatan, 31400 Ipoh, Perak.
Operating hours: 10am – 6pm daily

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Char siew in man tou from Uncle Long



8. W.W Laksa House

Craving for a steamy bowl of laksa? Check out W.W Laksa House that serves springy noodles in a bowl of thick and fragrant broth! Don’t forget to top your laksa with a wide range of sides, such as fried fish balls, keropok, tofu, and wanton, all of which are homemade daily to ensure the best of flavours!

Address: NO. 36A1, Jalan Kolam Air, Taman Kolam Air, 80100 Johor Bahru, Johor.
Operating hours: 8.30am – 3pm daily

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Laksa from W.W Laksa House


9. Fortune Pot

Wantan mee is yet another popular street food among Malaysians. But have you heard of tom yam flavoured wantan mee?! This unique dish can be found in Fortune Pot, which serves not only Johor Bahru’s signature tomato wantan mee, but also tom yam wantan mee! Each bowl of noodles is topped with your choice of sides, ranging from char siew and chicken feet to lava egg and pickled choi sam.

Address: 8, Jalan Austin Heights 8/4, Taman Mount Austin, 81100 Johor Bahru, Johor.
Operating hours: 8am – 5pm daily

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Tomyam wantan mee from Fortune Pot


Already salivating? Wait no longer! Order your favourite street food by following these simple steps below:

  1. Sign up for Tiger Street Food Virtual Festival, create an account and customize your avatar.
  2. Head to the Central Area, go near the bar and tap on the fork and spoon icon. You’ll be directed to a new tab to fill up your delivery details.  
  3. A list of available street food vendors near you will pop up. Select your desired food item(s) and place an order.
  4. Confirm your order, make payment, and you’re done!

Now you can sit back and relax while waiting for your food to be delivered right to your doorstep!

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The bar at the Central Area

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List of street foods near us 


What’s more, there are exclusive promotions for Tiger and Tiger Crystal within the virtual festival! Simply log into Tiger Virtual Street Food Festival, head to the Drinkies Bar and click on the beer mug icon, and you’ll be able to enjoy all exclusive promotions!

The first 100 customers can use the promo code STREETFOOD30 to enjoy RM30 OFF* when they spend RM160 and above on any Tiger Beer or Tiger Crystal products!

T&Cs Apply:
*Code Valid Date: 11 Nov – 19 Dec
*Code Valid Day: Thurs – Sun
*Code Valid Time: 11am – 9pm
*Valid for new & existing customers
*Limited to one redemption per user per day

Hmm, that sounds like a great deal we don’t wanna miss! 

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Drinkies bar at the Central Area

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Drinkies bar at The Street


Here are the exciting promotions available:

  • Hyper/supermarket: 
    • Buy 2x 6-can packs of Tiger Beer/Tiger Crystal & get a RM5 Foodpanda voucher
    • Buy 1 carton of Tiger Beer/Tiger Crystal & get a RM10 Foodpanda voucher
  • Convenience stores:
    • Buy 3 cans of Tiger Beer/Tiger Crystal & get a RM2 Foodpanda voucher
  • Food courts & restaurants:
    • RM2 off Tiger Beer and Tiger Crystal big bottles on selected participating outlets on Foodpanda
  • Drinkies online store:
    • Buy 2x 6-can pack of Tiger or Tiger Crystal & get 1x Tiger Crystal colour changing glass
    • Buy 1 carton of Tiger or Tiger Crystal & get 2x Tiger Crystal colour changing glass

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City centre of the Central Area

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Apparel shops at The Street

Tiger Street Food Virtual Festival is set in an immersive 3D world, which can be explored with your own personalized avatar. What’s more, you get to customize your avatar using street food-inspired apparel! While exploring the beautiful town area, don’t forget to look for Joshua Michael and Lizz Chloe’s avatars, as they will lead you to some fun games to play. Upon completing the games, each user can win Tiger Coins, which can be used to redeem vouchers

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Joshua Michael at The Street

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Lizz Chloe at the Central Area

What can those vouchers be used for? Street food and streetwear, of course! Throughout the campaign, be sure to tune into the Hype Store to purchase weekly Hypefeast Drop where you can get street food and streetwear in a box delivered to you. The streetwear is designed by renowned local streetwear brands like Pestle & Mortar, Dissyco, TNTCO, and many more! 

Needless to say, we had such an enjoyable and Xtraordianry Xperience at the #TigerStreetFood Virtual Festival, and we highly recommend you join the fun! Before you do so, may we remind you that this event is only for non-Muslims aged 21 and above. Tiger Beer advocates responsible consumption and urges you to #DrinkResponsibly. Do NOT drink and drive!

With that said, if you can’t wait to try this event out for yourself, click here to Xperience the Xtraordinary at #TigerStreetFood Virtual Festival! For more information, visit #TigerBeer on their official website, Instagram, or Facebook!

What’s your favourite thing about the Tiger Street Food Virtual Festival this year? Let us know in the comments below!

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