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Belacan Grill Malaysian Cuisine http://rasamalaysia.com/belacan-grill-malaysian-cuisine/
September 14th, 2007 36 Comments

Belacan Grill Malaysian Cuisine

Belacan Grill
Belacan Grill pictures (18 of 22)

Belacan Grill is my favorite Malaysian restaurant in the Los Angeles area–if not the west coast of the United States. I can’t rave enough about how good the food is; every dish served is truly authentic, scrumptious, and unique (meaning you can’t find the dishes in other Malaysian restaurants in the United States). Two thumbs way up from me!

Anyway, I took hundreds of food shots at Belacan Grill, but not everyone of them made it to the website. Clickthe image above to see the complete photo set; there are 21 dishes for your viewing pleasure…

If you would like to sample Malaysian cuisine and you’re in the Los Angeles area, pay Belacan Grill a visit and tell them that Rasa Malaysia sends you. They will take good care of your stomach and appetite because you are my reader!

At Belacan Grill, all food is true to their original flavors and HALAL.

Belacan Grill Malaysian Cuisine
2701 190th St
Redondo Beach, CA
Tel: (310) 370-1831

Business Hours:

Tuesday – Thursday
11:30 am – 3:00 pm
5:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Friday
11:00 am – 3:00 pm
5:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Saturday
11:30 am – 10:30 pm

Sunday
11:30 am – 10:00 pm

Closed Monday

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36 comments... read them below or add one

  1. Lyrical Lemongrass says:

    well done! great pics. :-)

  2. Anonymous says:

    Wow, congrats on the project. The food looks so good I wanted to eat everything.

  3. SteamyKitchen says:

    My friend, you are incredibly talented! I love the design – it is clean, refreshing and tantalizing.

    You’ll have to take me there next time I visit.

    xoxo
    jaden

  4. K & S says:

    Wonderful! I’m gonna check out the site right now. Congratulations!

  5. Jasmeet says:

    I hit up this restaurant whenever I’m done south. One of the best I’ve been to.

  6. Andaliman says:

    selamat Rasa Malaysia. great pictures…

    The pictures look so tempting, I would love to try them all

  7. YOYO's Food says:

    gorgeous~

    太棒了,有机会一定到现场就体验一次~

    亲爱滴,祝生意兴隆~财源滚滚来~

  8. Sig says:

    pictures look gorgeous… definitely going here next time I’m in LA!

  9. Radman says:

    lovely pics. very enticing.

  10. Cindy. Lo. says:

    I’ll definitely pay my visit there!

  11. Piggy says:

    hey, great job! love the photos!

  12. wmw says:

    Hey! Great job! Woo Hoo!

  13. Vegasbuff says:

    Can’t wait to try it the next time I’m in the area.

  14. East Meets West Kitchen says:

    Your pictures looked great (as usual!) and now I’m wishing that they are a chain so that I’ll have one in my part of the woods! ;)

  15. cooknengr says:

    Great pictures. Home-sick Malaysians, Belacan Grill’s Char Kueh Tiaw will bring tears in your eyes.

  16. The Expedited Writer says:

    I must visit that place when I am in CA. Those pictures your took got me wiping my drools off my chin. Great job, RM :)

  17. maybahay says:

    fabulous looking food. the photos are so well-done, makes me want to reach out with a fork.yum.

  18. WokandSpoon says:

    Love the photos! Wish I was within spitting distance of Belacan Grill!

  19. Laurent says:

    Your pictures look great…as usual I must say. And the food looks gorgeous. Wish I could live on the West Coast. Maybe it is not the right forum but I have 2 quick questions for you:

    -Do you know a good Malaysian restaurant in New York (all these pictures have made me quite hungry)?

    -I intend to spend a few days in Singapore in November-December and was thinking about spending a week end in Malaysia. Any idea of where I could go for a couple of days?

    Thanks and keep up the good work.

    Laurent

  20. Cynthia says:

    I am fiercely proud to call you friend. The pictures, well you know, amazing, gorgeous, fantastic, great, excellent! The light, the styling, the composition everying is just perfect. Congratulations to you and the beautiful Melting Wok!

  21. Rasa Malaysia says:

    Lyrical Lemongrass – thanks for your nice comment. :)

    Anonymous – Yep, the food was great, so after taking the pictures, I ate everything, LOL!

    Steamy – thanks so much! You’ve got yourself a date, at Belacan Grill. :)

    K&S – thanks for the comment and thanks for checking out the site.

    Jasmeet – correct, I love it too, because eating there is like eating at home…it’s very intimate and cozy, not commercialized at all.

    Andaliman – yeah, I would love to try out every single dish on their expansive menu too. ;)

    Yoyo’s Food – 谢谢。

    Sig – yes, don’t miss out.

    Radman – thanks.

    Cindy – Don’t miss it. Pencil it into your next trip, you would love it.

    Piggy – thanks.

    WMW – yeah, I would love to do more projects like this. It was really fun.

    Vegasbuff – cool, you should. :)

    East Meets West – where are you located? I will tell the boss to open a branch there. ;)

    Cooknengr – if only we can get Malaysian see hum here…yeah, it would be 101% perfecto.

    Expedited Writer – LOL, you are too funny. Yeah, don’t miss out the next time you are in CA. It’s certainly a lot closer than going back to Malaysia.

    Maybahay – yeah, or just use your finger to grab the food. LOL. ;)

    Wok and Spoon – you should move to CA, next stop!

    Laurent – thanks for your comment! For New York, I have tried Penang in Chinatown, and also Nonya Restaurant in Soho. Both are pretty good. You can check them out. :) Yeah, you should totally spend a weekend or two or longer in Malaysia if you are going to be in Singapore. As to where you want to go, it depends the “mission” of your trip to Malaysia. If it’s for food, do go to Penang (my hometown). You probably won’t find better street food elsewhere, in my opinion. If you want a little of city plus food, KL is great too. But I think Penang will be awesome, because it’s just different, plus you get to try a variety of really good food, and also can take in some sightseeing and heritage stuff. Send me an email if you want further information. :)

    Cynthia – Awwww, you are too sweet. Really. I am glad to have your as a friend because you really make me feel proud of myself, and I am sure Melting Wok would feel that same. Thanks again! :)

  22. Laurent says:

    Thanks a lot for taking the time to post such a quick and comprehensive reply. I really appreciate it. I will surely send you an email to get further information on Penang. Thanks again.

  23. Oppss says:

    hey, i have been there few times. maybe i’ll bump into you soon. hehe!

    Well done on the pictures and website. Like everyone said, you are incredibly talented!~

    btw, besides taking pictures and developing the website, do you cook their dishes too? If yes… i will gotta go there more often. hehe.

  24. Keropok Man says:

    well done! the pictures make the food so so enak!

    If I visit LA, I will go try it!

    Mention RM, we get discounts? :-)

  25. joey says:

    Congratulations on a job excellently done (and to Melting Wok too)! The website looks great and the photos fantastic! My mouth is watering and the only downside of your project is that I am totally drooling after those dishes which remain much too far away from me! :) Malaysia is actually closer… ;)

  26. veron says:

    The pictures are beautiful! The food infinitely appetizing. Congratulations!

  27. Hakka House says:

    Congratulations! That’s amazing. I love Belacan Grill.

  28. tigerfish says:

    Got discount or not if mention your 大名? :p
    Hmmmm…looks really delicious.
    Good job you and MW have done :D

  29. Jackson says:

    gong hei gong hei!! Well done on the project!

  30. Ming_the_Merciless says:

    Congratulations on the photography gig! Your work is so professional looking so it is no surprise they hired you.

    Great job well done! We are all so proud of you.

  31. Amy says:

    Oh my! Those are some absolutely gorgeous shots! Congrats!

  32. Precious Pea says:

    WOW! They definitely asked the right person. Fantastic looking pics…droolz!

  33. Rasa Malaysia says:

    Laurent – no problem. I am glad that I was able to offer you some information about Malaysia.

    Oppss – thanks for your nice comment. No, I didn’t cook the dishes…LOL. The next time you go there, ask for Chef Kean and tell him that you know me. Hehe.

    Keropok – haha. I am not sure got discount or not…have to check with the boss. ;)

    Joey – thanks for your sweet note…what are you waiting for, pack up and go to Malaysia next weekend. Air Asia flies to KL real cheap…LOL!

    Veron – thank so much…I am still waiting for your kabab! Whahahaa.

    Hakka House – I am glad you like it too, maybe I will run into you soon. Hehe.

    Tiga – next time you come here, I take you there, sure got special treatment…haha.

    Jackson – Thanks! Yeah, Gong hei gong hei. LOL!

    Ming – awwww, you are such a sweetie…I am blushing with your nice compliment.

    Amy – thanks so much! :)

  34. Nate 2.0 says:

    You were born to do this. Glad you’re making money off your incredible talent.

    I don’t know when we’ll be down in LA-LA-land again, but this will be a place to hit up.

  35. Sylvia says:

    Happy Birthday ..Your post was so funny,but I confess,sometimes I had the same problem. Cheers!!!

  36. Hillary says:

    Saw the chicken satay photo on Tastespotting! Looks beyond delicious. I love love chicken satay with peanut sauce. These pictures are making my stomach growl!

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