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Melaka Food Hunting Day Trip

Angeline Tuesday, July 10, 2012 ,


Eating is definitely a good reason for a holiday to Malaysia and eating during your Melaka travel is probably one of the best. Melaka has the best of cultures mix which you will be able to sample almost any dish or cuisines by the various races. Here is a little guide for where to get the good food from few different races; Malay, Chinese, Indian, Portuguese and Peranakan.

A 2 hour plus driving distance from the city of Kuala Lumpur to Melaka
Huang Chang Chicken Rice Restaurant 
BB-376 Taman Melaka Baru, 
Batu Berendam,75350 Melaka 
Tel: 06-3170299
Melaka is famous for its chicken rice balls. In case you are wondering what is chicken rice balls, well, it is almost the same as conventional chicken rice sold elsewhere but the rice is made into shape of balls. Nowadays, the rice balls are made using machine to compress and shape it.
Huang Chang Chicken Rice Restaurant is an excellent place for cheap and nice food. The taste was superb but the price is cheaper compared to other chicken rice shop else where. 
RM 17.20 for a half portion of chicken, 20 rice balls


Klebang Original Coconut Shake
Along Jalan Klebang Besar (next to Caltex Petrol Station)
Opens: 12.30pm-6.30pm daily (Friday: 2pm-6.30pm)
GPS Coordinates: N 2 12.984E 102 12.292

Coconut shake special (RM2.50) and normal coconut shake (RM2). Coconut flesh and coconut water was blended together with some ice cubes and the special version came with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top. 


Coconut shake special (RM2.50)
A refreshing, tropical concoction with a sweet and creamy aftertaste from the ice cream.
On the way to Dataran Pahlawan
Nadeje Plaza Mahkota
G-23 and 25, Jln PM4,
Plaza Mahkota,
75000 Melaka.
(Same row, about 4 shops away from Ming Sate Hut)
Nadeje Patisserie is a cosy cafe that occupies two shop lots in Malacca. It specializes in mille crêpe, a French cake made of many crêpe layers. “Mille” means “a thousand” in French, implying the many layers of crêpe used.

Price:Mille Crepe (RM6.50 per piece),Original Slice (RM7), Cheese Slice (RM7) and Rum Raisin Slice (RM7),Chocolate banana Mille Crepe (RM8.50), Long Black Coffee (RM3), Ichigo Tea (RM7.50),Strawberry sllice (RM9.50), Green Tea Slice (RM8.50)Original Mille Crepe (RM8.50), Calpis Hisbiscus (RM8.50), Cafe Mocha (RM8.50)
 



Calpis Hisbiscus (RM8.50)

Original Slice (RM7)
Cafe Mocha (RM8.50)
Sun May Hiong Satay House, Pork Satay at Malacca
50/50A, Jalan Kota Laksamana 1/1,
Taman Kota Laksamana,
75200, Melaka
Operating hours:
10a.m.-7p.m. (Mon-Sun)
Mr Loi has more than 30 years of experience in grilling Satay. Besides the conventional pork and chicken satay, the eatery also serves Pork Liver and Pork Intestine Satay! All the Satay are marinated with a homemade marinade that contains over 10 types of spices, which gives the Satay a rich flavour.


Pineapple Satay Sauce

Satay, RM0.60 per stick
Pork meat, intestine and liver was aromatic, tender and juicy with a crispy bit from the fatty lard or slightly burnt edge. Just dip it in the pineapple sauce, you'll get what I mean by now, haha. This satay was very addictive, so flavourful...succulent meat.

Ban Lee Siang
45E, Jalan Ong Kim Wee,Melaka
Tel : 06-284 1935
Business Hour : 5.30pm till 12.30am
Off Day : Tuesday

Originated from Melaka, Satay Celup is one of the local's food you shouldn't miss when visiting to this historical town. Situated along Jalan Ong Kim Wee, Ban Lee Siang is one of the famous place for Satay Celup in Melaka.

Satay Celup, RM0.60 per stick
Be prepare for a long waiting during weekends and public holidays, because the business of the restaurant is really good. The greatest attraction of this place is the gurgling pot of satay gravy used for cooking the food on the stick which is consistently good. Tasty, with the right amount of spiciness and a good balance of peanut flavour.
The variety types of food ranging from raw pork, poultry, seafood, meat balls, fish cakes to sausages, fried wontons, stuffed beancurd skins water convulvus (kangkung) formed into balls, fishballs and Quail eggs. You can also order some bread and cucumber to dip into the bubbly gravy 


 Satay gravy was tasty, with the right amount of spiciness and a good balance of peanut flavour.


Restoran Nancy's Kitchen
No. 7, Jln Hang Jkir (3rd Cross Street)
Off Jln Tun Tan Cheng Lock
75200 Melaka
Tel: 06-2836099 / 013-6183608
Email: nancyskit_nyonya_food@yahoo.com
[GPS coordinate: 2.196636,102.246113]
Business hours:11am-5.30pm (Closed on Tuesdays/11am-9.30pm (Public holidays)

Nancy's Kitchen serves Nyonya Peranakan food. Some claimed, any dish from the menu is good. So, just drop by Nancy's Kitchen and pick anything from the menu.

In a town already known for its graciousness, this home-cooking Nonya restaurant is our favourite for friendly service. The server is as chatty as they come, full of suggestions of what to order and will have you making conversation with the other handful of customers in no time. 

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Drinks

House speciality: Chicken Candlenut (RM10)
Chicken Candlenut is Nancy’s signature dish and this was a dish that didn’t disappoint. The dish had lemon grass in it and this gave the gravy extra “oomph!”. There’s a lot of meat in this and I could happily have eaten just white rice with the slightly spicy gravy. This was the best dish of the lot.

Pork Ponteh, RM10 (S)
Babi Ponteh, they are equally good. But we opted for Ayam Ponteh. I've never tasted any Ponteh, so I do not have much expectation but i'm totally excited about these Pontehs ever since I watch 'Little Nyonya' on TV. From the colour, I was expecting something like Bak Kut Teh, but I was wrong. The gravy was thick, and the chicken was tender. This is not spicy, just nice for kids and adults. And again rich flavour with aromatic spicies which you may want to dry up the whole bowl of gravy.

Cincalok Omelette.
A very tasty with the fermented shrimp adding a subtle dimension to the omelette.


Vegetable, RM8.00

Pai Tee. Price-RM4.50 for 5 cones (in 1 serving)
Crispy top hat case, Pai Tee is eaten together with stir-fried sengkuang, fried shallots, egg and parsley.

Cendol. Price-RM3
Simple bowl of cendol, to cool the body

Nyonya bak chang was white with some blue coloring naturally from eatable flower an minced sweet and spicy shrimp

We also try some other kuihs

Glutinious Rice with dry shrimp filling, sweet and spicy

Jonker 88
Jalan Hang Jebat and Jalan Laksamana, 
Melaka, Malaysia

Always long queue


Order, pick up and pay here

Some snack food

You'll be lucky to get a table during peak season

A variety of home-made desserts available at Jonker 88, mainly Ice-Kacang and Cendol such as Eight Precious Cendol, Nata de Coco Durian Cendol, Mango Ice-Kacang, Baba Durian Ice-Kacang and etc. A bowl of Sago Cendol will cost RM4.00 and Baba Cendol at RM3.00

This is the most famous Cendol in Melaka Jonker Street. Jonker 88 restaurant, famous for it Original Gula Melaka Cendol and their Durian Cendol. The gula Melaka used for the cendol is much thicker.
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