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by Bryony Harrison (subscribe)
Freelance writer and poet from London; if you would like to read my poetry, please check out my book, 'Poems on the Page', available from
Life Won't Lack Lustre With a Laksa

Wizards can apparate, use portkeys, and travel by floo powder to reach anywhere in the world instantaneously, but we muggles don't need that. On the 26th September we will be transported to Asia in a flash as Trafalgar Square gets transfigured into a Malaysian marketplace full of food, art, and entertainment.

Now in its fifth year, Malaysia Night brings the very best of Malaysian cuisine and culture through vibrant sights, smells, and sounds. Open from 12pm - 10pm, over twenty Malaysian restaurants from across the UK will prepare traditional cuisine for you to enjoy. Dishes include Laksa, (rice noodles in curry sauce or hot soup), Ais Kakang (a red bean iced dessert), Nasi Lemak (fragrant rice in coconut milk), and many more.

The festival will also provide cooking demonstrations so you can create these delicious authentic meals at home. There will also be singers, dancers, DJs, and artwork.
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Why? Fab food
When: 26th Sept, 12pm
Phone: 0203 418 8000
Where: Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 4JJ
Cost: Free
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