Malaysian Kitchen Supper Club was established in February 2018 and is run by 3 Malaysian born ladies, based in Bristol and surrounding areas. They host Supper Clubs; offer catering services and private dining, which serve authentic Malaysian food.
Nafeesa & Fatimah met in Bath in 2010. They have been sharing recipes and trying out different restaurants around Bath & London ever since. Zaleha was globetrotting before moving to Bristol in 2016. The three of them met at a picnic for ’local Malaysians’ at Long Ashton. The ladies have different specialty between them but their common interest in cooking and sharing food with others. They have hosted various ‘makan-makan’ (gatherings with food) at home and have experience in hosting large crowds for festivities. This is the reason why they started Malaysian Kitchen, to share their love and passion for cooking Malaysian food for the locals.
Malaysian food is a melting pot of various cultural influences, with a combination of Malay, Chinese and Indian dishes. Most of their repertoire of meals are inherited from their own mothers and handed-down family recipe.
When Fatimah is not too busy grating coconuts, she lectures in a business school, at the University of Southampton. Nafeesa trained as a doctor but is now a stay at home mum and loves running while Zaleha was an accountant in Malaysia before moving abroad. She has been a teaching assistant and is now a housewife. She was a Masterchef Quarter finalist 2018 and had caused a stir worldwide because of the judges comments about her 'non crispy skin' chicken rendang.