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Where to eat around Equatorial Hotel

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Where to eat around Equatorial Hotel

Hi, I am new & unfamiliar with Melaka. Please suggest any nice hawker food around the hotel. Esp wanting to try hokkien noodles, oyster omelette & wanton mee. Thanks!

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1. Re: Where to eat around Equatorial Hotel

visit Bunga Raya or Jonker Walk you will find lots of local foods. Remember, don't go to over-renovated shop lot, where the foods not nice and expensive. Just look for stalls or old shop, you will get surprise with the foods.

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Hi, tks for your reply. I know Jonker walk is not walking distance. How abt Bunga Raya? Are there any food streets or roadside stalls near the hotel that's worth a try?

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Hi ,

Jonker walk is 15 mins walk from Jonker walk, half of it can be through the air con mall of Dataran Pahlawan just next to Equatorial. Jalan Bunga Raya is 5-10 min further away from Jonker street where the small food court by the lane has the famous oyster omelet, wan tan mee and KL style hokkien mee. It is totally walk able , not bigger than singapore china town

You can go to Jonker walk and eat wan tan mee , oyster omelette and hokkien mee as supper. It is less busy after 9pm.

Most food in Jonker walk is for tourists except the original chicken rice balls and chendol of some stores.

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4. Re: Where to eat around Equatorial Hotel

hi, u can actually surf this website to find out what to eat near there, they actually posting some nice info regard to famous food in that area.

here is the link, have a nice day = D http://www.melaka3.com/search/label/food

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5. Re: Where to eat around Equatorial Hotel

For the best Nonya dessert, try the Nonya Chendol at shop called Jonker 88.

The best chicken rice balls is at Chung Wah coffee shoip. You will have to queue for about 10-15 minutes in the hot sun during lunch hour. They don't seerve dinner.

The best Nonya food is at Seri Nonya Restaurant in Hotel Equatorial Melaka. DO try its otak, fried fish nuggets with chilli, and curry prawns :) I have tried Nancy's Kitchen and Ole Sayang. I don't think they are as good quality and taste as compared to Seri Nonya's. Definitely, ambience is the best at Seri Nonya's.

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