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    Dim Sum Stall @ Jonker Walk: Dim Sum on the Go

    by runwitme Updated Jul 30, 2007

    Even though I already had dinner, the sight of the colourfuls dimsum and the wonderful smells are really tempting. You can't miss this stall along the Jonker Walk.

    Favorite Dish: Steaming hot dim sum. Pick your own choices. At RM1.50 for 4 pieces. this is a steal!

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    Bibik House: Pineapple Tart

    by runwitme Updated Jul 30, 2007

    Freshly baked pineapple tarts sold here along with other Melaka traditonal produce.

    Favorite Dish: Pineapple Tart

    At RM10 per box, these tarts better be good! Heheh!

    True enough, they better than good. They are great! Buttery crumbly shells and soft chewy centre. A wonderful delight that goes well with a cuppa tea.

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    Fried Ice Cream Stall @ Jonker Walk: Hot and Cold Delight

    by runwitme Updated Jul 30, 2007

    It is quite easy to locate this stall at Jonker Street. Just look for the FRIED EGG ICE CREAM sign.

    Favorite Dish: Fried Ice Cream

    A delight to the taste buds. Warm on the outside. Smooth and cool on the inside.

    The icecream is actually covered in a egg wrap. Then quickly dipped into the boiling oil. Hot enough to brown the outer layer while leaving the icecream center frozen.

    Love it!

    Frying in Action Look for this Sign Nice To Sink Your Teeth In

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    Long Fong Ge: Nyonya Laksa

    by runwitme Updated Jul 30, 2007

    A small eatery along the famous Jonker Walk. Serves local food like Wantan noodles and laksa.

    Favorite Dish: Nyonya Laksa - noodle in rich coconut based curry. Served piping hot with fish balls, slice of egg and some other condiments.

    They serves Cendol with two unique variation - one with durian, and the other, mango.

    I ordered the Cendol with Durian - shaken ice, mixed with coconut milk, dark pam sugar, green noodles, red bean and topped with a dollop of durian cream.

    Yummy!

    Yum! Nyonya Laksa Yum! Cendol with Durian

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    Kedai Kopi Chung Wah: 5 Balls per Serving

    by runwitme Updated Jul 30, 2007

    A very popular place for tourists!

    Getting a table at this restaurant at lunch hour on a Sunday is HELL! You have to be like a vulture, standing closeby to your "pray" or target table. You watch them eat, hopefully they can finish their meal faster so that you can occupy their seats. At the same time time you have to defend your territory from other "vulture" who try to steal your table.

    Not really a nice experience but everybody have to do that in order to get a table. So there!

    Favorite Dish: Chicken Rice Balls.

    The rice is shaped into balls (golf balls size). This dish was said to be prepared for the convenience of farmers long long time ago. It is easier to eat in the ball form.

    There are 5 balls per serving. The balls are compact. At this restaurant, you can cut the rice ball into halves without it crumbling! A feat cannot be replicated by many Chicken Rice ball sellers out there.

    The chicken in light soya sauce and oil is smooth and tender. Great but frankly I can't tell the difference with other Hainanese steamed chicken.

    I must have been bitten by the "everybody is having it, so must I" syndrome.

    Popular Dish Simple Exterior Packed During Lunch

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    Moon Luck/ Patty Moon: Chee Cheong Fun

    by imstress Updated Oct 27, 2006

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    Everytime I come to Melaka, I will not give my favourite Chee Cheong Fun (RM2) a miss.
    I could eat a few plates of the Chee Cheong Fun and never get tired of it.

    Just after my fall, I could still go there happily with bkoon to reserve seats and waited for the rest to come.

    The Hong Kong Style Chee Cheong Fun is made on the spot with fresh ingridents.

    I love the char siew ones as it gives a salty taste to the plain flour. The sauce that goes with it is so tasty. Fried onions are sprinkled on top of the it along with delicious grinded shrimp powder.

    Other than Chee Cheong Fun, the char kway teow, staty cehlop, wanton mee, satay samabal stingray are all worth a try.

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    Aunty Lee: Aunty Lee Nonya Food

    by imstress Written Oct 27, 2006

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    Aunty Lee is a small home cooked Nonya food restaurant.

    This restaurant have less than 10 tables and advance reservation must be made.

    We ordered Assam Fish, Fried Chicken, Nonya Chup Chai and Duck & Salted Vegetable soup which only cost RM61.

    You must try their Chendol which is RM2.50 a bowl. This is one of the best Chendol we have tried in Melaka. It is comparable to Jonker St 88.

    Favorite Dish: every dishes is good

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    Bunga Raya Pork Porridge: You Won't Regret To Try It!!!!!

    by huixiang Updated Oct 26, 2006

    I remember that the first time i visit Malacca with my friends, i having my dinner at a restaurant named"Bunga Raya Pork Porridge".that day is a rainy day.but still had many customers in this restaurant having their dinner. so, i queue up to order the food. when i enter the restaurant, there are some special smell on the air.---------that's food smell!!!!!!!
    This restaurant have involved in this business for 4 generations.wow!!!!such a long time they having their business here.

    Favorite Dish: the restaurant have pork porridge, fish porridge, mee hoon kueh, home made noodle soup, misuah soup, and vit's mee soup.my favourite dish is pork porridge.the ingredients of the pork porridge are minced pork, sliced pork, intestine and liver.the most special ingredient is the minced pork,it taste Q and the recipe is made by the ancestor of the owner of the restaurant.

    Delicious Pork Porridge!!! mee hoon kueh
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    Stall 69 Only You: Stall 69

    by imstress Written Mar 17, 2006

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    If you dont like too sweet cendol then you could head over to Stall 69 for their cendol.

    There is no long queues and people waiting for you to finish your food so that they can have your seats. You could chit chat with your friends while enjoying your bowl of cendol or mango ice.

    The deco is simple with a bird's nest near the entrance.

    You could get some seats which uses the old sewing machines as the table top.

    See how your bowl of cendol is make and the ice machine shaving the ice right in front of your eyes.

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    Stall 88 Jonker Street: Stall 88 Jonker Street

    by imstress Written Mar 17, 2006

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    There is a debate over whether Stall 69 or Stall 88 serve the best cendol.
    I also discovered Stall 1 cendol, which bkoon thinks is the best.
    Must give it a try the next time.

    Verdict: Personally I prefer Stall 88 cendol over Stall 69 cendol. Reason being the Stall 88 is generous with their brown sugar syrup (gula malacca). You get to eat your cendol in a nice nostalgic environment among those antiques. You also get to order other dishes like the assam laksa or the nonya laksa.

    Favorite Dish: cendol
    assam laksa

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    Hoe Kee Chicken Rice: Hoe Kee Chicken Rice

    by imstress Written Mar 17, 2006

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    There is a debate of which is the best chicken rice ball shop in Melaka.

    During this trip, I tried my 2nd stall of at Hoe Kee Chicken Rice.

    Didnt get to try the last famous stall just under the bridge as there are too many of us and we couldnt find any seats.

    Personally, I feel the A'Famosa Chicken rice ball is still the best along with the tasty wanton soup.

    Hoe Kee Chicken Rice shop also serve famous lotus root soup but were sold out when we were there. I love drinking soup because of the Cantonese blood in me.

    The Hoe Kee Chicken Rice ball is fragrant and you must dip into their ginger and chilli and a little black sweet sauce to go with the rice.

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    Restoran Peranakan: Restoran Peranakan

    by imstress Updated Mar 17, 2006

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    We went to Restoran Peranakan for our VT Dinner Meet.

    Restoran Peranakan is located along Jln Tun Tan Cheong Lock at the Millionaire row of shophouses.

    The restaurant closes early at around 9pm. Last order is around 8.30pm.
    Do make your reservations if you have a big group.

    This is my very 1st try on Peranakan food.

    We ordered the following small dishes:

    Ayam Buah Keluak (RM11)
    Kangkong Belachan (RM6)
    Tenggiri Asam (RM10)
    Nyonya Chap Choy (RM7)
    Itik Tim (RM8)

    credits goes to bkoon for taking the food close up pics.
    Thanks to bpacker for the recommendation.

    Ayam Buah Keluak (RM11) Kangkong Belachan (RM6) Nyonya Chap Choy (RM7) Kangkong Belachan (RM6) Itik Tim (RM8)
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    Geographer Cafe: Geographer Cafe

    by imstress Written Mar 15, 2006

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    Geographer Cafe is located in the heart of Jonker Street. It was converted from a pre-war shop house to this eatery and cafe.

    There are two-storey to the Geographer Cafe. Other than drinks and snacks, you may purchase your very own Geographer T-Shirt or bring it back as a souvenier for your love ones.

    We has a beer cum cigar VT Meet here.

    grasshopper local delight VT Meet
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