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Small but excellent local restaurant I did finally find in Melaka^^ Excellent taste made me forget much sweat when I dropped on the way here. Solo travel stopped me from enjoying more kinds of food. I promised next time with my family.
Not all nyonya food prepare buah keluak (aka black nuts) dish. It takes 1 day advance to prepare. Taste like fermented black bean with a pinch of bitter. Order another four angle beans with chilli shrimp paste. Not for those not accustomed to fermented shrimp...More
Average tasting. Cramp environment. Priced high considering the food taste quality and space constraints.
Will not revisit as there are other nonya restaurants in town with better food / more comfortable environment.
Lunch for 2. Restaurant located in a shophouse. Not much signage on the outside might miss it if you were not looking for it. Peranakan food is a fusion of Malay and Chinese cuisines. Had the chuan chuan fish which was a deep fried threadfin....More
What an extremely poor experience at this “unassuming” peranakan restaurant in the heart of Melaka. Going by the reviews on the site I thought I was in for something special; however, was sadly disappointed.
We arrived at the restaurant at around 8.10p.m. - they close...More
You'll get a good meal here for sure, particularly if you are adventurous. I think Lonely Planet calls it 'unassuming', which is fair, it's nothing special inside and the service is borderline rude. However, the food is great. I was put off some of the...More
Went on a Monday afternoon for lunch and ordered a lunch set. Once the food is served, realised that it is not really worth the money. RM15 for just a simple curry chicken rice with ice lemon tea. Plus, it tasted really normal, even below...More
Homecooked meal in a quaint Peranakan kitchen. Try the 'gulai daun keledek'...the gravy is really lovely. The asam pedas ikan senangin is also tasty, although abit pricey at RM45 per serving. You can taste the gula melaka and real santan in their cendol!