Melaka Food - Dim Sum, Chendul & Nyonya Kuih
Loh Yong Moh Restaurant is the only dim sum place located in Jonker Street, it is one of the oldest dim sum shops in Malacca, been operating business since 1936. It is one of the best place to eat dim sum in Melaka that serve old school or traditional dim sum. My favourite is the egg custard bun filled sweet, buttery, creamy and aromatic custard egg yolk. Their porridge with century egg and pork also one of my favourite, it was smooth, tasty and fragrant. Be prepare for a long queue on weekends and dim sums will be sold out around 10am - 11am.
Chendol here is served with the gooey and thick gula Melaka. Jonker 88 is the best place to experience the taste of Nyonya cuisine and dessert in Malacca and you will like the old-school interior.
Baba Charlie Nyonya Kuih is the most popular kuih shop in Melaka
Their nyonya kuih consists of assorted choice from steamed to grilled, most favourite onde-onde, kuih lapis, angku kuih, bakchang and etc..
Melaka work trip stayed at Hotel Arissa, with the price of RM113+ a night, I highly recommended this hotel cause it's cheap, clean, comfy and convenient location (located 1.6km away from Jonker Street, 2 minutes walking distance to Ban Lee Siang Satay Celup and 4 minutes walking distance to Capitol Satay Celup.
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