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Something I cook myself at times, I thought the chicken was moist and tasty, and the rice balls were succulent with chicken broth. Don't expect to sit here on hours, but a great place to have a quick and very tasty, professionally made meal.
Came here with my family for the first time, 4 people and a child and I was told they have a maximum of 30 rice balls to a chicken and the rice balls are small. Pathetic. If you travel all the way for this, it...More
The hot sale food is chicken, which tasted soft and a little bit sweet. It is very friendly to people who cannot eat spicy. They also serve other food. The price is considered cheap. However, this is a very busy restaurant. You probably need to...More
Brought a friend from abroad to experience the food in Malacca and I chose Hoe Kee as it has always been my choice chicken rice ball restaurant in town. Sadly I was disappointed with the quality since the last time when I was here. Tourist...More
Wanted to try the famous rice balls in Melaka and found this eatery by recommendation. Chicken was moist and tasty with hot sauce. Rice balls were just rice balls. I am glad we tried them but didn’t really see anything special about the whole thing.
long q when we reach. waited abot 15 mins but luckily they have a good system in place ie take order while queuing so that when we finally got our table..the food came within few minutes.
however, the chicken and rice ball taste was so-so...More
Located on the Jonker Walk, about 50 metres from the bridge. I came early (about 10:00 AM) to beat the line up, and the joint was already half full. I was seated immediately, ordered Chinese tea, chicken and rice balls, which arrived less than three...More
Response from Brian194812 | Reviewed this property |
1. No idea on on opening times but if it's meal time, just go.
2. Parking.Probably best to leave the car at your hotel - assuming in Merlaka Central - and walk
3. If you're on foot, no need to worry about road closure.