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Many international dishes evolve to suit local tastes in ethnic restaurants outside their home country. Plus new dishes are created based on ethnic cuisine, but designed for the local market. And some dishes which are served in every "India" restaurant world wide, might only be served in a small district in their home country Dishes, such as the Chinese ...
Kadhai chicken and Jalfrezi is normally on the menu in most decent Indian restaurants (In North India) but I cannot say the same for Madras chicken. Source : I live in Delhi
Ok, my initial disclaimer is this answer is based purely off second-hand or worse knowledge, i.e. Googling. Malacca is definitely on my list of places to get to, but I haven't been there yet so no first-hand knowledge. There appears to be at least one restaurant that calls out some Chitty influences: Amy Heritage Nyonya Cuisine Melaka’s nyonya ...
While the answer from a Parisian is probably 'all over' or 'my local patisserie', for those among us who aren't locals, Pierre Hermé (72 Rue Bonaparte, 75006 Paris, France) is probably a good place to start. However, they tend to use it as part of other desserts, like their Gateau: Dacquoise biscuit with crunchy hazelnuts, hazelnut crisp, thin wafers ...
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