Food in Brunei
is very similar to that of its neighbors, Malaysia and Singapore. They
are rich and spicy with rice and noodles being the staple food. Brunei
is famous for its diverse and great food. Being a melting pot, you can
have a great range of food throughout the day. You could wake up to Chinese
food, followed by a scrumptious Malay food for lunch and feasting on Indian
food for dinner.
you can find a range of ethnic restaurants that primarily serves Chinese
and Indian food. Strange, but Malay restaurants are quite hard to come
by. Of course, the ever-present fast food joints are available in Brunei.
Western food is available at major hotels.
a law prohibiting the sale of alcohol was passed. You'll therefore notice
the lack of alcoholic beverages on restaurants' menu.