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Me n my hubs always go here for our dinner..the ikan bakar will be our favorite to order.its gravy are on the top.. price are quite over yet worth for the taste..also u can find prawn cracker served with fish balls n vege..i can give...More
I am local Malacca which recommend this place for some of their superb food rather than those expensive overrated food. This place best food were the Fried Oyster, the Portuguese Grill Fish, the Satay. Other than that, others food were not so nice. The must...More
Melaka provides a mixed bag of eating possibilities, and with local guidance we chose a selection that gave us plenty of satisfaction. Particularly good were the various deep-fried items from one stall, and the skate with sotong in assam sauce...not excessively chillied, and deliciously balanced....More
A very mediocre food court. I wouldn't bother going there again. Food is not tasty. The Rojak was terrible. The Grilled Fish preparations were good. Hokkien Mee was decent.
You can better hawker food in KL/PJ. You will be disappointed.
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It's open for dinner only. 6pm onwards. For breakfast, try Saturday Ice Cafe coffee shop located approx. 300m before Newton Food Court. The curry laksa is good. Fried Kuey Teow (Malacca style served with sweet sauce on the... More
It's open for dinner only. 6pm onwards. For breakfast, try Saturday Ice Cafe coffee shop located approx. 300m before Newton Food Court. The curry laksa is good. Fried Kuey Teow (Malacca style served with sweet sauce on the side) is worth a try too.
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