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  • 15 other food in Malacca to try out - by iloveyummyfood.com

    It's not about Satay Celup or Chicken Rice Balls.  Every now and then each time when I am back to my hometown, I realised there is always an amazingly long queue for these two! But, really!!?? There are just so much more to try out, proud to say- am blessed to grow up here. Here're my sharings.


    01) Restaurant Sin Eng Lock @ Taman Peringit Jaya, Melaka

        

    The restaurant's signature dishes - authentic curry fish head and extremely fresh steamed lala.
    Serving for 4 as per above with a total bill of MYR 114.00
    Not easy to locate as it is not too far and yet not too near to the town. Perhaps GPS can help.

    Restaurant Sin Eng Lock
    363 A, Taman Peringgit Jaya
    75400 Melaka
    Tel: +606- 2834391

    02) Lala Bihun Bukit Beruang ( Lala Vermicelli) Bukit Beruang Melaka



    Here's another hidden gem. The owner runs the business at the back lane of his terrace house. Signature dishes- lala bihun (option of soup or fried). Fresh and distinctive. Other dishes are good too. Warning- you might find it depressing at the cook shouts most of the time to delegate work (at least when I was there)

    No 12, Taman Bukit Beruang Indah,
    75450 Bukit Beruang, Melaka
    Rest on Monday.
    Operating hours 11.30 am - 3 pm for lunch , 5 pm onwards Dinner


    03) Auntry Fatso Re
    staurant at Melaka Raya



    Malaccan would know where to head to for something different! Aunty Fatso's signature dish, cheese bihun with big prawns. The restaurant serves seafood dishes. I love the salted egg steamed tou fu though- distinctive! Crowded during weekends.Serving for 5 as per above with a total bill of MYR 146.80 ( including drinks & rice)

    No 39 Jalan Taman Melaka Raya 30,
    Taman Melaka Raya,
    75000 Melaka
    +606-2836456 or +6012-6116996

    04) Restaurant Pin Pin Hiong @ Lorong Hang Jebat, Malacca



    A vintage coffee shop located near to Jonker street known for its minced pork longevity noodle soup with offals and it's Hainanese Chicken Chop. Noodles MYR5 per bowl, Hainanese chicken chop at MYR 15.00.

    786, Lorong Hang Jebat,
    75200 Melaka

    05) Yam Rice & Pork Meat Soup @ Restaurant Kok Keong



    The shop has been operating for 70 years or so. Used to be much better during the old days. Not too bad still now. Signature dish pork meat soup, also known as bak kee in Hokkien is similar to our local famous dish- Bak Kut Teh, a Chinese cuisine popularly served in Malaysia and Singapore.
    Jalan Kampung Pantai
    (one block in from Lorong Hang Jebat)

    06) Hee Kiaw Noodles, Braised Pork & Assam Fish Rice at Yuek Ching Bukit Beruang



    Now one of my favorite place for Hee Kiaw ( Fish Paste) noodles with aromatic pork lard sauce. You might one to try out their braised pork and authentic chinese style assam fish. The restaurant is located near Bukit Beruang housing area. Restaurant normally very busy in the morning.

    Exit Jalan Bukit Beruang,
    Taman Bukit Melaka
    75450 Melaka

    07) Wan Tan Noodles at Kampung Lapan Melaka     

                         

    One of my childhood favorite. What's for supper?? And here we go. They used to operate at Jalan Kee Ann and one of the brother moved out to Kampung Lapan Coffee Shop ( only the locals know I bet) Malacca Style Wan Tan Noodles ( no black sauce ) with thick flavorful pork lard sauce. Taste even better with chilli! Simply satisfying. By the way, there are few stalls here, do try the oyster omellete and grilled chicken wings too!


    Kedai Makanan & Minuman Chop Beeng Cheong
    Kampung Lapan, Malacca


    08) Bukit Cina Yong Tao Foo at Dong Fang Coffee Shop



    There are actually two coffeeshops along this street which is famous for its Yong Tao Foo. It's a one way street- the one on the left famous for their home made fish balls. The one on the right which (one I am reviewing here) is located at Dong Fang CoffeeShop famous for its taukee. Fried beancurd skin wrapped with fish paste. Yes, they are generous with the fish paste. Nothing special about its noodles though.

    Dong Fang Coffee Shop
    ( located along the street to Melaka Singh Temple)

    09) Taiwanese Pork Chop Noodles,Hing Loong at Bachang



    Hing Loong Taiwanese Noodle Housewith more than 30 years of history that serves irresistible pork rib noodles and spicy beef noodles. Love the aromatic deep fried pork chop. MYR 4.60/bowl. Oh yes! The noodle house is famous for its beef noodles too.

    Hing Loong Taiwanese Noodle
    No. 11-J, Jalan Bachang,
    75300 Melaka

    10) Popiah at Jalan Kee Ann (Bunga Raya)

     

    The awesome popiah in town! Popiah (spring roll) with cooked turnip, fried eggs and thick crispy pork lard. Just so yummy!

    Popiah Stall
    Infront of Madam King Emporium
    Jalan Bunga Raya

    11) Tong Bee Stall @ side lane of Jalan Kee Ann (Bunga Raya)


       

    Don't know where else to head too? Here's a suggestion. Dare you to try!
    The stall offers various type uncommon cockles, snails and other shellfish. Other than this, the stall serves snack plates like fried bean curd with fishballs and cuttlefish with water spinach (kang kung) as well. All you need to do is be seated on the low tables and enjoy!

    Jalan Kee Ann (Bunga Raya)
    Side lane after passing Madam Kings Shopping Centre
    (so make sure you park your car upon reaching Madam King)

    12) Baba Charlie Nyonya Kuih at Jalan Tengkera Pantai2C

                  

    Kuih is a fairly broad term which may include items that would be called cakes, cookies, dumplings, pudding, biscuit, or pastries and are more often steamed than baked. One of the place where you can find kuihs prepared with ultimate rule of Peranakan food! Authentic!

    Jalan Tengkere Pantai 2C
    Melaka

    13) Original Coconut Shake @ Jalan Klebang Besar, Melaka



    Need to introduce more? Well known enough I bet. A good stop to quench your thirst.
    Ice blended coconut juice with plenty tiny bits of coconut pulps top with vanilla ice cream. Cool & Refreshing!

    Along Jalan Klebang (right before the Caltex petrol station)
    Mon- Thursday & Sat- Sun 12.30 pm onwards,
    Friday 02.00 pm onwards


    14) Dim Sum at Sin How Wei, Sin Hoe Bukit Baru Food Court Dim


         

    Where to go for dim sum in Malacca? Well couple of restaurants out there, Sin How Wei at the top of the list. Awesome tasteful fishball with bouncy and fluffy texture. Other dim sum are good too. Ready to pack home for your love ones. Limited seats available though.

    Sin Hoe Garden
    Bukit Baru Food Court
    Melaka


    15) Steamed Pork bun (bao) at Low Yong Moh Restaurant, Jalan Tukang Emas
     
                                 

    The restaurant is  located at the street before the oldest temple in Malacca. Long queue at time. Well, head here ONLY for their big pork bun (aka bak bao). Extremly juicy ( almost to soupy) pork bun. Nothing to shout about on their dim sum dishes though.

    32, Jalan Tukang Emas,
    75200 Melaka


    Happy to share! Perhaps you might want to try this out on your next get away to Malacca.
    Enjoy!

  • Roasted & BBQ Pork Curry Rice @ Tengkera Food Court-Medan Selera Tengkera


    And here is another review for roasted pork, bbq pork curry rice at Medan Selera Tengkera, Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock. One of the locals favorite besides the stall at Bunga Raya-Kee Ann Road.


        Roasted & BBQ Pork Curry Rice @ Tengkera Food Court-Medan Selera Tengkera


       

    Running out with curry gravy, and this time it's only served with braised pork gravy. Crunchy roasted with well marinated barbeque pork and deep fried eggs. Would be perfect if it came with aromatic hot curry gravy though. Too bad, not my luck. Add ons- steamed water spinach (kangkung) with soy sauce.

    Price at MYR 4.00 per plate, steamed water spinach at MYR 0.30/roll

    Cheap and satisfying plate of porky rice- here, you can find!

    And my next visit, would definitely be the stall at Bunga Raya.


    Address:

    Medan Selera Tengkera
    Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog-Flavours of Malacca II

  • Malim Jaya Curry Rice @ Taman Malim Jaya


    For the locals, I am sure you know about Malim Jaya Curry Rice. They used to run their business at Jonker Street- the current Geographer Cafe. Although the restaurant has moved to another area in Malacca, the crowd is always there still.

    And I was craving for curry rice. In Malacca, there are also several restaurant that sells curry rice served with stewed pork or roasted pork. The few famous one would be the stall at Kee Ann Road, Tengkera food court ( coming up next ) and also Malim Jaya curry rice.



                                        

                                          Malim Jaya Curry Rice @ Taman Malim Jaya


         

    Malim Jaya Curry Rice, does not mean that the rice are prepared with curry powder or leaves. To be specific it's actually white rice serves with savory braised pork and then topped with aromatic curry gravy. On top of that, you may opt for side dishes like stewed fried bean curd and eggs too.

    Simple and yet satisfying lunch here!

    Price at MYR 4.50 per plate. Side dishes- fried bean curd at MYR 1.00, eggs at MYR 1.00/egg.

    Address:

    Malim Jaya Curry Rice
    (previously known as Jonker Curry Rice)
    G-11, Block Dahlia 3,
    Jalan Zahir 6, Malim Jaya,
    75250 Melaka.
    Tel: 012-6755664

    Business Time: 8am-3pm, Closed on Mon & Tues


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog-Flavours of Malacca II


  • Kedai Kopi Chung Wah Chicken Rice Ball @ Jonker Street Malacca


    I have never thought of me queuing up for this- But I did! Lucky the queue was not that long, you got to be early especially during weekends.

    Chung Wah, reputed to be the best chicken rice in town. The place has been around for decades and never fails to satisfy patrons that are willing to queue.





    Kedai Kopi Chung Wah Chicken Rice Ball @ Jonker Street Malacca



                                               Have a guess- What are these?

       


    Smooth and silky steamed chicken served with thick gingery sauce. They would probably steamed the chicken with the combination of chicken stock and ginger sauce I supposed. The wonderful part still, the juiciness and tenderness of the chicken is very well maintained. Thumbs up!


       

    Flavourful, grainy yet soft chicken rice balls. Perfect in texture! And not forgetting the tasteful spicy and garlicky chilli sauce. The combination of the delicious chicken, with yummy chicken rice balls and teasing chilli sauce makes a perfect meal indeed!

    The difference between Hoe Kee & Chung Wah- Hoe Kee's steamed chicken is served with soy sauce and for Chung Wah, the chickens are served with gingery sauce- a pure Hainanese Chicken Rice recipe indeed!

    The queue itself explains everything! Do try!

    Price at MYR 36.00 for 4 person set.


    Address:

    Kedai Kopi Chung Wah
    18, Jalan Hang Jebat,
    75200 Melaka

    Opening hours: 7.30am-3pm


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog-Flavours of Malacca II


  • Hoe Kee Chicken Rice Ball @ Jonker Street Malacca


    It's always about food, food and food in Malacca. And chicken rice balls has been one of the famous dishes that the historical town is being famous with for centuries. There are several restaurants that sell chicken rice balls and I can say that there are a few which are worth a visit.

    Let's start with Hoe Kee Chicken Rice Ball Restaurant!



    Hoe Kee Chicken  Rice Ball @ Jonker Street Malacca



      


    Smooth steamed chicken with soy sauce that goes well with the aromatic chicken rice balls and the spicy, gingery and garlicky chilli sauce.

    Hoe Kee Chicken Rice Ball Restaurant is one of the restaurant always with a long queue. My next review will be on Chung Wah Chicken Rice Ball Restaurant and will elaborate the difference in my next review.


    Address:

    Hoe Kee
    468 Jalan Hang Jebat 
    75200 Melaka
    Tel:   +606-2834751

    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog-Flavours of Malacca II


  • Street Food @ Food Street-Glutton Street-Wai Sek Kai, Pudu Kuala Lumpur PART II


    Happens very often somehow for no reason at all, you wake up early in the morning with an empty stomach and start craving for all kinds of food. Here's the part II of my previous coverage at Glutton Street. Attempted a few visits at different time. And this time it's in the morning and then in the evening.

    At Glutton Street, there are only a few stalls operating at a row of old wooden shops. Headed here for the famous Hakka Noodle, also known as Dai Pu Mien,  that carries over 70 years of history.

             


        Hakka Noodle (Dai Pu Mien) @  Food Street-Glutton Street-Wai Sek Kai (Morning)

     

     

     

    The stall serves Hakka Noodles in pork lard and soy sauce gravy as well as in soup. Both at RM 4.20 per bowl (small).


    It was non starchy and with springy texture egg noodles which ewere tossed with pork lard and light soy sauce (ask for fish sauce if you prefer) topped with minced pork, barbeque meat and spring onions, and came with a bowl of wan tan soup. The noodles with soup were good too.

    So, there ended the morning session of Glutton Street.

    Now...it's evening time and these are the few famous stalls (continued from Part I)


     

                                                 Pork and offal soup stall


     

                          Pork and offal brewed with Chinese herbs and salted vegetable


     

    I am not a big fan of pork and offal soup but I would say that this broth is a wonderful mix with fresh pork meat, offals and spices simmered for long hours. Unlike one of those thick and heavy stew, this is tasty clear and aromatic. Distinctive indeed!


     

                                                    Grilled tofu and rojak stall


     

    Perfectly grilled, crunchy and crispy tofu stuffed with cucumber and turnip julienne topped with thick and tasty prawn paste.


     

    Rojak, one of the Malaysia all time favorite snacks! Yes, this is extremely yummy @ RM 15.00 per pack. It comes with set of grilled tofu, grilled flattened cuttle fish and grilled baby squids topped with exotic shrimp paste. Unforgettable!


     

                                              Pork Noodles & Seafood Noodles Stall


     

    The essential part of the Pork noodles served by this stall is the soup which is a rich broth made of minced pork and offal cooked in a pork stock. Satisfying.


     

                                                               Dessert stall


     

    Another stall with long history! This stall is famous for its steamed egg custard dessert. Light, smooth and silky. Portion is small, a bowl is not enough? Order another then! Other than this,   the stall offers other desserts and sweet broth as well.

     

    Address:

    Pudu Wai Sek Kai (Glutton Street)
    Jalan Sayur off Jalan Pudu,
    55100 Pudu, Kuala Lumpur.


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog-Street Food Kuala Lumpur

     

  • Street Food @ Food Street-Glutton Street-Wai Sek Kai, Pudu Kuala Lumpur PART I


    Eating is the favorite past time cum recreational activity for Malaysian families- I say!

    And as such, where would be the best place to mingle and eat to glory in Kuala Lumpur? Here's a short review.


                            Street Food @ Food Street (Glutton Street/Wai Sek Kai), Pudu

    Hawkers have been running their trade on this street for more than 50 years and most of them are now run by the second or third generation.

    Below are few of the worth trying stalls:


                                     Four eyed (Sei Ngan Zai) Fried Chicken Stall


    For my personal opinion, it's better than KFC. It's fresh, crispy, well marinated, not overly greasy, and very tasty. Fried chicken @ RM 2.60 per piece, Chicken wing @ RM 2.20, Drumstick @ RM 4.20


                                        Rice Noodle Roll (Chee Cheung Fun) Stall
     
                     Rice Noodle Rolls with curry and deep fried pork skin @v RM 2.50


    Do head for the rice noodle stall! Though the queue is long but the turnaround time is short and it's definitely worth trying.  Rice rolls drown in curry with spongy yet crunchy bits of deep fried pork skin. Aromatic curry sauce with depth of rempah used. You may opt to savour rice rolls doused with sweet sauce topped with bits of crispy  fried shrimps. And also, thumbs up for the texture of the rice noodles, smooth and slurpy!

    Other than this, the stall serves rice rolls wrapped with vege (above pic) @ RM 0.60 per piece and yam cake as well.


                                                  Fried Raddish Cake Stall


    Fried Raddish Cake @ RM 4.00 per plate. Cake texture is firm and yet velvety. Fried with well controlled heat and a mixture of seasoning.


                                                       Mutton Soup Stall


    Mutton tendon soup @ RM 7.00 per bowl. The stall is located towards the end of the street. And it's the only halal stall available in Glutton Street. Business is running well too. Worth a try!


    Here I go again! Eat to glory!

    Stay tuned for Part II in a week or two!


    Address:
    Pudu Wai Sek Kai (Glutton Street)
    Jalan Sayur off Jalan Pudu,
    55100 Pudu, Kuala Lumpur.


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog-Street Food Kuala Lumpur


  • Sweet Apom stall @ Jalan Helang, Bandar Puchong Jaya


    Some snacks for tea time? Besides fried banana fritters and kuih muih, maybe sweet apom?

    Apom - Indian version of pancake, which is quite similar to the Chinese version. Apom pancake is very thin and crusty at the side and the middle filling is slighty thicker and soft and is normally prepared using a small wok or a claypot.

                                    

                                        Sweet Apom stall @ Jalan Helang, Bandar Puchong Jaya

       

                                                Apom with brown sugar @ RM 1.50

       

                                                     Apom with eggs @ RM 2.00

    I was standing there waiting. The stall operator swirled the runny batter made from rice flour, eggs, sugar and coconut milk around the small wok and then covered it. Few minutes later- perfectly cooked! Crispy at the edge, soft in the middle. Interesting!


    Address:

    Along Jalan Helang,
    Bandar Puchong Jaya,
    47100 Puchong
    Selangor Darul Ehsan


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog-Street Food Selangor


  • Lok Lok Steamboat & Grill on Wheels @ Puchong Parking Lot


    If you don't know where to go for a quick snacking session or supper, here's a suggestion! I discovered an open space parking lot located behind Courts Mammoth in Puchong Jaya. By evening, there would be several steamboat & grill on wheels (mini lorries) parking there and starting their business as usual.

        

                       Lok Lok Steamboat & Grill on Wheels @ Puchong Jaya Parking Lot

    Besides steamboat and grill on wheels, there are other stalls selling noodles, rice and porridge as well. By late night, there will be more Lok Lok Steamboat and grill on wheels too.

                      

    Pick your favorite -hand it over to the operator if you want it grilled. And if not, you may opt to cook it at the pot of boilling water. There are several sauces - peanut sauce, chilli sauce and sweet black bean sauce for you to pair with your cooked ingredients.


    Meat balls, lambs, seafood, sausages, veges- they almost have it all! So now, where for supper?


    Address:

    Open Parking Space
    Bandar Puchong Jaya
    (Behind Courts Mammoth)


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog-Street Food Selangor


  • Glutinous Rice Balls & Mua Chi Stall @ Restaurant Pin Chou, Jalan Meru Klang


    And so... I found out there are actually several places in Klang that are well known for Glutinous Rice Ball (Tong Yuen) and Mua Chi. I had been to one stall last year, the one near
    to Port Klang and yet to blog about it.


    Anyway, a quick snapshot of this stall I visited recently.

               

             Glutinous Rice Ball & Mua Chi Stall @ Restaurant Pin Chou, Jalan Meru Klang

       

    The glutinous rice balls come with ginger syrup. Texture of the glutionus rice balls are springy and chewy and the amount of sesame filling is generous. The mua chi texture is almost the same as glutinous rice balls and it's topped with lots of pounded roasted peanuts.

    The stall has been operating for 20 years or more.


    Address:

    112, Jalan Pekan Baru,
    Kawasan 17, Off Jalan Meru,
    41050 Klang
    ( Inside Restaurant Pin Chou )

    Tel: 016-2293710


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog-Street Food Selangor


  • OUG backlane Curry Noodles @ Jalan Rahmat Dua, Old Klang Road


    Located in an alley between two coffeeshops along Jalan Rahmat Dua (opposite BHP Petrol Station, there is a stall that has been operating for years and known for it's curry noodles.


                        OUG backlane Curry Noodles @ Jalan Rahmat Dua, Old Klang Road

       

    Curry noodles with thick and spicy but not hot burning gravy with strong and appealing aroma topped with BBQ pork, shredded chicken, cockerels and bean sprouts.

    Check it out!


    Address:

    Jalan Hujan Rahmat Dua,
    OUG, Jalan Kelang Lama,
    58200 Kuala Lumpur


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog- Street Food Kuala Lumpur

  • Puchong Yong Tau Foo @ Batu 14, Kampung Baru Puchong


    Nothing new, I have been revisiting this restaurant for uncountable times yet it is not in any of my reviews yet. No doubt, they are good and they have been operating for years and still always a crowd pleaser.

       

    Puchong Yong Tau Foo @ Batu 14, Kampung Baru Puchong is located within the Hakka Village directly opposite SK Puchong Batu 14 school.

    The restaurant is known for its freshest and tastiest Yong Tau Foo in Kuala Lumpur!

       

    Pick your choice- fresh vegetables- chillis, bitter gourd, brinjals or ladies fingers from the basket and hand it over to the kitchen staff and they will stuff a generous amount of fresh fish paste made from Spanish mackerel and they start frying them straight away.

    Other than this, there are fried bean curd (foo chook), tofu and tofu puffs as well. Besides opting for deep-fried, you may choose to have them served in sweet soup prepared with anchovies stock and plenty of sweet vege leaves.

    Not forgetting to dip the yong tau foo in the chilli and sweet black bean sauce too!

    Fresh, crispy, sweet and tasty! Always the best place to visit if you are craving for Yong Tau Foo!


    Address:

    Puchong Yong Tau Foo
    Lot 105, Batu 14,
    Jalan Besar,
    Kampung Baru Puchong
    Tel: 019-678 8188

    Opening hours: 11.00 am- 9.30 pm (closed on Mondays)


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog-Street Food Selangor

  • Tong Bee Stall @ side lane of Jalan Kee Ann (Bunga Raya) Malacca


    Remember my last post on Capital Delicious Seafood? I mentioned that there was another stall that operated at the same lane, here's the coverage.


                          Tong Bee Stall @ side lane of Jalan Kee Ann (Bunga Raya) Malacca

    The stall offers various type uncommon cockles, snails and other shellfish. Other than this, the stall serves snack plates like fried bean curd with fishballs and cuttlefish with water spinach (kang kung) as well.

       
     
                                                                Cockerels & Lala

       

                                                                Snails & Prawns 

       

    Snack Plate- Fried bean curd, bean curd skin & fishballs with sauce
    Snack Plate- Cuttle fish with water spinach served with sauce and pounded peanuts

        
                         
                       Calamansi-honey flavoured chilli sauce with pounded peanuts

    Patrons are provided with tiny two-pronged fork to extract the mollusc meat from the shellfish pried open with bare hands. Not forgetting to dip them into the flavourful calamansi-honey flavoured chilli sauce (sambal)

    The stall at the narrow street with mouldy walls on the left and right seems eerie, but the crowd is always there! Tell me why and would you try?

    No...No tummy ache the day after!


    Address:

    Jalan Kee Ann
    A side lane after passing Madam Kings Shopping Centre
    (so make sure you park your car upon reaching Madam King's)


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog- Flavours of Malacca II

  • Durian Cream Puff & Crispy Durian Roll & Durian Fire Ball @ Jonker Street, Malacca


    Just a quick post to share with durian lovers. If you happen to be in Malacca, do try this!


                          

                               Durian Cream Puff @ Jonker Street, Malacca (Melaka)


    Puff filled with fresh durian puree and fresh cream @ RM 15.00 for half a dozen. Rich, fresh and creamy- best served chill. Ever- enjoyable!

    After a chilled durian dessert, now here is something hot for you! And, it's durian again!

                   

                          Crispy Durian Roll & Durian Fire Ball @ Jonker Street, Malacca


                                  Crispy Durian Roll & Durian Fire Ball, 3 pieces at RM 5.00
    Crispy Durian Roll- light and crispy popiah (spring roll) skin wrapped with fresh durian puree. Durian Fire Ball- glutinous rice with breadcrumb coating filled with premium durian puree. Interesting snack! Both, best served hot.

    The dessert and snacks are both from different shops located along Jonker Street, but within walking distance.


    Both are good. Bravo to the King of Fruits!


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog- Flavors of Malacca

  • Hassan Mee Rebus @ Padang Temu, Malacca (Melaka)


    One of the favorite places for lunch of yesteryear. A famous shop located at the roadside that serves delicious Mee Rebus.

     

    Hassan Mee Rebus_01

     

    Hassan Mee Rebus @ Padang Temu, Malacca

    The business has been going on for 40 years or more, starting with a tricycle stall in the 70's and then moved to the current location in the 90's. The crowd has been gradually growing over the years. Be there early else savor no more!

     

    Hassan Mee Rebus_03

     

    Mee Rebus @ RM 3.00 per plate

    Mee Rebus literally means boiled noodles, is a popular dish in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. The yellow noodles are served with spicy, sweet curry gravy prepared with dried shrimps. Gravy extremely tasty!

     

    Among Malaccans, Hassan's Mee Rebus is already well known. And if you are not a Malaccan, you probably might be interested! Check it out!

    Address:

    Hassan Mee Rebus
    Padang Temu (by the road)


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog- Flavors of Malacca


  • The Famous Coconut Shake @ Klebang Besar & Fried Noodles @ Hoe Kopitiam, Tanjung Kling- Malacca (Melaka)


    What else you should try in Malacca? Here's a quick post to share with everyone!!!


    Coconut Shake @ Pantai Klebang- Look at the queue!

     

    CoconutShakeKlebang_001

     

    Warong Coconut Shake @ Klebang Besar

    Location: Jalan Klebang, right before the Caltex petrol station
    Operating Hours: Mon- Thursday & Sat- Sun 12.30 pm onwards, Friday 02.00 pm onwards

     

    CoconutShakeKlebang_002


    Coconut Shake with Vanilla Ice Cream @ RM 2.00

    Ice blended coconut juice with plenty tiny bits of coconut pulps top with vanilla ice cream.Mix the ice cream to have a smooth thick milkshake feel else finish up the ice cream and enjoy the drink. Cool & refreshing!


    What's next? - Hoe Kopitiam!!

    Hoe kopitiam has a new outlet set up in town but we visited the original old coffee shop located at Tanjung Kling (Hainan Village). It's about 30 minutes drive from town.

     

    HoeKopitiam_001

     

    Hoe Kopitiam @ Tanjung Kling (Hainan Village)

     

    HoeKopitiam_002

     

    Spicy Fried Noodles @ RM 4.00
    Yes!!! All the way here, just for this!
    For more information, visit: Hoe Kopitiam
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    A brief post to share with everyone. Don't miss it!


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog- Flavours of Malacca

     

  • Capital Delicious Seafood @ side lane of Jalan Kee Ann (Bunga Raya) Malacca

    Jalan Kee Ann, also known as Bunga Raya is the China Town( Petaling Street ) of Malacca. Be it, day or night, you will be able to savior varrious of Chinese food here.

    Few of the famous ones are- Teo Chew Porridge during day time ( I will cover this in my later post) , Fried Oyster and Wan Tan Noodles at night.

    And what else? Here it is............ the cockles on the dark side lane. Stall I am covering this round- Capital Delicious Seafood (They don't really serve seafood actually)- infact the seafood serves are only cockles - see ham, lala & balitong.


      Capital Delicious Seafood @ side lane of Jalan Kee Ann (Bunga Raya) Malacca


    People waitng for seats. There are actually two stall soperating at the side lane. Heard that the first stall (Tong Bee)seems to be better. Not our luck, we were late that day and they were closed already. But then again, Capital Delicious Seafood seems good too.


              The appetizing sweet and spicy chilli sauce with shrimp paste to go with the cockles.


                                     Si Ham - Cockles- half boiled- just nice!


    Lala
    Besides si ham and lala, there are other choices like balitong, snails and mussels too.


    Snack plate- friend bean curds skin with fist paste filling, springy fish balls top with peanuts and sweet lemon sauce and shrimp paste.


    Sotong Kangkung- Fresh boiled cuttlefish with water spinach served with same sauce as the snack plate above.

    Hhhmmmm... will try out Tong Bee stall next round. Got to be early, especially weekends! No doubt, Capital Delicious Seafood is worth trying too!


    Rating: 6/10

    Address:


    Jalan Kee Ann
    A side lane after passing Madam Kings Shopping Centre
    (so make sure you park your car upon reaching Madam King's)


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  • Restoran Barkat Roti John @ Tanjung Kling, Malacca

    Now, here is another suggestion for snacks or perhaps supper in Malacca- Roti John @ Restoran Barkat, Tanjung Kling Malacca (Melaka). It's kinda hard to locate if you are not a local. Perhaps the locals can help though. The location is a lil' far but definitely worth a try!


                             Restoran Barkat Roti John @ Tanjung Kling, Malacca


                                                 The crowd is always there!


                 Fried noodles. Doesn't look good in this snap, taste wise- yes it's pleasing!


                   Ayam Golek Ala Timur- Well marinated, perfectly grilles and it's Great!


                                              Roti John @ Restoran Barkat

    Not so sure with the origin of Roti John, it's actually more like an omelette sandwich which is a popular snack in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. Somehow, there is one place in Melaka which is famous for Roti John- and it is Restoran Barkat!


    Normally prepared with sardine/minced meat and eggs. The Restaurant Barkat version was much nicer as it is prepared with lots of pounded anchovies. Crispy and aromatic- flavorsome!


    Rating: 6/10


    Address:

    Barkat Roti John
    Pantai Puteri, No. 2175-2
    Tanjung Kling Malaysia 76400

    Business Hours:
    Mon- Sun: 06:00 PM to 01:00 AM


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  • Kedai Makanan & Minuman Chop Beeng Cheong @ Kampung Lapan, Malacca

    Now, where else for supper in Malacca? Here's another suggestion!


                 Kedai Makanan & Minuman Chop Beeng Cheong @ Kampung Lapan, Malacca


                              Malacca style Wan Tan Mee- with chilli sauce
    All time favorite! I think we only have this version of wan tan noodles in Malacca.


    Fried oyster with eggs
    Looks yummy! Taste even yummier!


    Grilled chicken wings
    Deliciously grilled chicken wings. Well seasoned with five spice powder grilled till perfection. Tasteful!


    Rating: 6/10


    Address:


    Kedai Makanan & Minuman Chop Beeng Cheong
    Kampung Lapan, Malacca


    For more photos:

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