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We visited here nearly everyday of our trip. The fruit salad was amazing mix of 6 or 7 fruits, one of the best I've had on my trip. Coffee was great too. The smashed avocado on toast was delish and made fresh to a high...More
The cafe was quiet when I visited. It was a hot afternoon. Limau limau cafe was my 1st stop that I visited when I reached melaka. Highly recommended by locals, I tried their pumpkin soup. It was indeed lovely soup. 👍🏻👍🏻 Thumbs up for their...More
Was craving for something sweet after my meal. Walked past this cafe and went in to have a look. The staff greeted me and served me promptly. Wanted their cheesecake but it was not available. Staff then recommended their brownie which was baked in the...More
Kind, caring, one I will always patronize the restaurant.Although there episode, but it is a system worthy of our patronage and excavation of the essence of generous restaurant ... services far better than all!
The food here is superb - we came here for breakfast. The bread is baked by the Cafe which is really awesome - we had toast, focaccia and ciabatta. The eggs were good, both as scrambled and in the sandwiches - it's really thick and...More
Just about any breakfast you can get around jonker street. The lady boss is very friendly. They bake their own breads.
The cafe has only a handful of table and inside there is a bar counter that seats 6-7 person. However, I am not sure...More
Tried the toasted ciabatta with grilled chicken breast and mango, it was abit dry. We also tried the open sandwich with grilled chicken breast and pineapple, which was better and juicier.
They serve good fresh orange juice without sugar, which is good for the Malacca...More
Im going to be very honest here, the coffee is just alright, and the sandwiches are quite a let down. For the price that they are charging which is similar to good cafe's in Kuala Lumpur, i would expect them to use real chicken slices...More