So far, berbaloi la mama rasa beratur selama 15 minit tu. Kawasan parking utk dine in besar dan terletak di bahagian dalam lorong harga coconut shake pun harga std aje. Memang wajar diberi pujian kerana tidak tekan harga..
This was the guy who made coconut shake famous in Melaka.Coconut Shake Klebang Original, Melaka.ReviewCoconut Shake Special 7.5/10RM3.40Join our 100k giveawa...
Coconut Milk Shake Special RM2.50 The overall taste is considered okay, smooth chilling and creamy in one go, you can even savor some shreds of coconut bits while slurping the milkshakes – We literally just take a few sips then have to say pass on this local famous beverage due to those disturbing dark stains all around the glasses, very much worried about their hygiene level since they simply just serve us pre-made coconut milkshake straight from the freezer, so folks it’s up to you to decide.
*The few must-have ingredients based on our experience: brown squid, fried tofu skin, kangkung, pork ball, bacon slice, and quail eggs.
Tips from 食 La Vie; parking will be an issue during peak hour so be patient in finding one. Do not visit this restaurant if you are someone who is very concerned of hygiene issue. If you are someone who favor satay, we have a post of Kajang’s satay here.
One of the famous satay celup in Malacca is Ban Lee Xiang . It is one of the "must" visit place in Malacca . I find out that here no long queue needed when we reach here around 9pm , if Capitol Satay at this time still with long queue .
The place is very popular with locals, especially with the office crowd. Try to avoid peak hours. Baby chairs are available.
Address: 11-J, Jalan Bachang, Kampung Enam, 75300 Melaka Opening Hours: 8.00 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. (Closed on Thursday) Hing Loong Taiwan...
我曾在马六甲生活数年。 当时的马六甲，美食选择不多。除了中华鸡饭粒外，还有小巷叉烧饭、华人印度乳酪鸡蛋煎饼Roti Cheese Telur，然後就是这家台湾排骨麵了。个个都好吃得不得了。 听说此店牛肉才是王牌。可是我不能吃牛肉，只能吃猪排骨。 可以做干...
餐廳名稱：東昇園海鮮家 地址：No. 377 &amp;amp; 378, Taman Melaka Raya, Melaka 電話：+60 16-776 7811 營業時間：17:30~23:00(
Address: No 377 & 378, Jalan Taman Melaka Raya 6, Taman Melaka Raya, 75000 Melaka Opening Hours: 5.30p.m. to 11.00p.m. (Closed on alter...
We didn’t dislike any of the dishes, but we weren’t excited by any of them either. It’s good home-style cooking, but it’s not going to blow your socks off. Service was efficient and the food came fast.
Verdict: With so many good reviews I’ve read online (some even said this is the best choice when comes to Nyonya dining in Melaka), my dining experience certainly wouldn’t make it the best Nyonya restaurant in Melaka. Perhaps I’ve order the wrong dishes. Food was just decent but did not mind-blowing and I’ve had a better Nyonya meal elsewhere. (Read THIS)
This little Nyonya restaurant is located at Melakaraya area. We went pretty late, about 2pm-ish and yet the queue is still long! Nevertheless, the wait was not that long. We observed that the dishes come within 10 minutes after sitting down, so most of the dishes may have already been prepared way earlier.
Chicken rice balls are one of the most fun (and delicious) foods to try when you visit Melaka in Malaysia - you should try them at Kedai Kopi Chung Wah Cafe
The dining place is just like any typical kopitiam with no aircon at all but the price of the foods are definitely cheaper and the foods are quite nice too.
What is so unique about this place? Well, is just that the rice had turn into round shape. Chicken is pretty normal and nothing to shout about.
It has been a while since we posted Melaka food so this is one of the recent restaurant we visited this year. This is one of the hidden gems that is not popular with tourists. Low Yong Moh Dim Sum Restaurant opened since 1947 and it is one of the oldest restaurants in Melaka. They are located at 32, Jalan Tokong Melaka and they open daily for breakfast except Tuesdays. Low Yong Moh is owned by the Hakka from Fui Chiew.
Parsley Pork Dumpling – overall same as siu mai but have a strong flavor of parsley within the minced pork, taste-wise is great but still hate the super dried texture.
Still, its still a decent place for some food and a light breakfast.
The Baboon House is also a pet friendly restaurant. The Baboon House Location: No.89, Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock Phone: +60 12-601 0363 Opening Hours: 1000 - 1700 Wednesday to Monday 1000 - 1900…
Ranked 2 out of 548 restaurants in Malacca, this place is the worst kept secret in Malacca. Despite its high rank and popularity, the place still exudes its unique style and provides all patrons with space to relax and enjoy a moment of tranquil peace from the usual bustling craze outside its doors.
Its a nice place and once again Thank You the owner for being so nice allowing us to chip in after his operating hours. I really favor nyonya food therefore my choice of selection is quite particular so may not be the best Nyonya food that I have tried but definitely is one of the famous in Malacca that you can tried some local taste with reasonable price. Rating: 6.8 /10
Finally here comes our long-awaited main dish, The Sambal Udang Petai RM19.00 featuring stir-fry prawn and bitter bean in hot sauce. The overall dish tastes rather spicy, has an irresistible sweet and sour flavor, a perfect dish that will make you enjoy another bowl of rice in no time! 😉
Address: 198, Jalan Merdeka, Taman Melaka Raya, 75000 Melaka Opening Hours: 11.30 a.m. to 9.30 p.m. (Closed every Wednesday) Ole Say...
Dalam satu Cafe menyediakan 13 jenis jenis kopi mengikut Negeri yang ada kat Malaysia.Korang boleh dapatkan di Calanthe Art Cafe Melaka
Jonker Street in Melaka is famous for its quirky artsy stores, bustling night street-food market and cute instagrammable cafes. Tucked away in a small street, just off the Jonker Street you can fin…
Calanthe Art Cafe is a popular cafe near Jonker Street (Malacca) and is also known as Malaysia 13 States’ Coffees. It is located on a side road right before Jonker Street and they serve coffee from all states in Malaysia.
We wrap up the whole meal with a plate of stir-fry cabbage RM3.00 (RM1.50 per head) since the lady boss highly recommends to us, just decided to have it since it was cheap and need to meet our fiber intake quota for that day. 😉 Guess our tongue was malfunctioning because we really felt that the stir-fried cabbage was the best dish we had throughout the meal (the first dish we cleared in Hoe Kee), cabbage has an irresistible crunchy texture and tend to be less greasy, super sweet and flavourful with a delightful scent of garlic – with this dish alone guess we can clear a plate of plain rice without any problem!
Price : 5.0 / 10 ( 1 – Expensive , 10 – Cheap) Taste : 7.0 / 10 ( 1 – Nightmare , 10 – Heaven). Service : 6.5 / 10 ( 1 – Terrible , 10 – Good) Environment : Restaurant Seats Availability : Very limited but short waiting time Parking : Very limited
Hoe Kee Chicken Rice, a popular destination for Hainanese Chicken Rice Balls.
Once I knew I was heading to Melaka for a short trip, the first thing on my mind was Cendol1!! Jonker 88 was my favourite since the first time I went when I was 14 years old. *10 years ago, I'm old.*
Food ordering is self service here at Jonker 88. Before you order, you need to find a table first. Then you also need to bring the food to your own table. The food is prepared pretty fast so even if there is a long queue, it won’t be a long wait.
We ordered the Jumbo Baba Laksa, which cost a bomb (RM 10++). When I am at Malacca, I normally opt for curry laksa, the one with coconut milk, and not the one akin to asam laksa, with kembung fish and dark clear soup. I absolutely love their laksa! I love the soup for its creaminess but it's not full of fats kind of creaminess.
Pork Satay – Smoky rich filled with lemongrass flavor, have a balanced amount of meat and lard on the skewer, highly recommended.
When it comes to food in Melaka, there are two things Jien would absolutely, never share with me. The first being his favourite fried carrot cake and the other is pork satay. These are two Melaka staples that he would insist on eating whenever we’re there. We drove past Sun…
Rating: 5 out of 5 Price range: Halal Ambience: Hawker Address: Jalan Laksmana 4 Business hour: Daily 5:00 pm till 12:00am Bonus: The l...
Class time! In general, South Indian food is more rice based- In a Malaysian context, that would mean banana leaf rice. Looking at North Indian food, it’s more wheat based- consumed in the fo…
Finally I went to this famous tandoori restaurant! It's just a stone throw's distance from the Dataran Pahlawan shopping mall. We walked from the shopping mall to the restaurant. It took us 15 minutes to reach there. We ordered cheese naan and Masala Butter Chicken. The rice was so good too! The price was okay! Not that pricey.
Written by: Chua Jia Ying Photos by: Jason Han Zhi Kwang The Daily Fix is a hidden (literally) gem situated in the heart of Jonker Street, Malacca. Since its establishment in 2014, the café has rem…
The pasta, which has spaghetti with mushroom, chicken ham and crunchy smoked duck topped with a poached egg and shaved parmesan, is delicious. The noodles are cooked al dente, giving them a nice bite, and the sauce is creamy without being overwhelming.
I love the homely ambience and affordable yet good food at The Daily Fix Cafe, so do drop by for your daily fix along the Jonker Street.
Is the Famous Putu Piring Tengkera Melaka worth the visit? It is definitely must visit and must try. Go early to avoid the long queue and RM 1.30 is worth it as you pay for quality food. The over 30 years old Putu Piring is well up to their reputation.
The Famous Putu Piring Melaka Jalan Tengkera
We start off with a plate of water-boiled soft shell clam aka Lala RM3.00 which serves like 10-12 pieces of fresh clams on each plate. The clam flesh is big, tender, sweet and juicy, great enough to savor plain and it gives even more kicks (flavourful and spicy) while dipping into the soy and chili sauce.
The first night, we decided check out the Longkang Siham, loosely translated as blood cockles by the drain. This is a back alley that is famous for cheap and fresh seafood, where patrons sit on tin…
听闻马六甲出名 “Longkang Siham”（“Longkang” 就是“垄沟”的谐音，在这里是指“沟渠”或“水沟”的意思；“Siham” 则是广东人说的“蛳蚶”谐音，也就是“鲜蛤”、“血蚶”或“泥蚶”。），一场来到当然要来朝圣一下，毕竟这也是大马后巷美食文化的一种特色嘛！
However I find that the quality of this shop, the taste had changed. I felt that year 2018 and before, it taste much better. The fragrant of peanut, spices and others are more prominent.
To our surprise, the Capitol satay sauce tastes gratifying and has a way thicker nutty blend compare to other satay celup which we tried before, not hard to understand why there are so many diners dying for their satay celup. Well too bad in our case, as it keeps gives us a chill in the spine on each bite worrying that we might get severe diarrhea on the next morning! 😉
As we ate, restaurant staff came over occasionally, to add more sauce or to stir the pot so that stuff didn’t stick to the bottom. The peanut sauce was fragrant, with a sweet and nutty flavour. I especially liked the bacon-wrapped enoki mushroom.
We had tried most of those Nyonya Kuih offered in Baba Charlie and honestly, it never fails to continuously astound in every aspect, just truly a pleasure while enjoying each one of them especially for ondeh-ondeh, Rempah Udang, Kuih Abu Sagu, and Pulut Seri Kaya, arghh still keep craving for more up till date.
Baba Charlie is an icon of Melaka that has been churning out delicious Peranakan / Nyonya kuihs since 1988. Although located further from the main city, it ...
We got a packet of the onde-onde (RM5.30 for 10 pieces)- this was our favourite of the lot as the balls were soft and bursting with gula melaka
There are other options that are just as good or better, but Huang Chang has always been one of my go to spots.
No offense to people who love Huang Chang Chicken Rice and willing to queue for it, but personally I think it’s terrible. In fact, the worst chicken rice I have ever had in Melaka. From what I understand, many people recommend this place because it’s cheaper than the rest. But cheaper does not mean a lot here because it’s not like you can eat and get out in a jiffy. The restaurant is stuffy too and definitely not comfortable for families with kids.