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A Tailor Made Melaka Food Trip For Food Ethusiast

This food trip is tailor made for a group of 4 in one car. I have done this a couple of time with my housemate down to Melaka from KL just for a day trip just for food. We usually will try to target to reach Melaka at 9am at max for our breakfast.

1. Breakfast – Chicken Rice Ball and Poached Chicken

I personally like Chop Chung Wah more than Hoe Kee. If Chop Chung Wah sold out early or had a long que, then I will proceed to Hoe Kee. Chop Chung Wah only sell chicken rice ball and nothing else versus Hoe Kee had soups, asam fish and their chicken rice ball too. This 2 serves the best chicken rice ball along the Jonker Walk. We have tried the rest of the shop and decided this 2 is the best of our list. For food trip, my advise is to go for taste rather than quantity. Just order enough for 1 person portion each and no extra rice or else you will not able to digest it and try other things later.

Poach Chicken  and chicken rice ball from Chop Chung Wah

Mouth watering chicken rice ball from Hoe Kee.

After the heavy breakfast, we usually hike up the Stadhuys and tour around the surrounding area to look for more food or hike the A Famosa hill. After all the sweat and heat walking around to digest the chicken rice ball, we need something to cool our self down.

2. Dessert All Day – Durian Cendol and Pat Poh Peng

The most famost stall that sell Durian Cendol and Gula Melaka Cendol would be Jonker 88 shop. They are famous for their palm sugar cendol and nyonya laksa. Besides food, they had a museum setup inside the restaurant where you can exhibit some old potteries and coins from bottom of the Straits of Melaka.

Palm Sugar Cendol

I personally like the cendol which sell by Bibik House Cendol & Pineapple Tarts . Here they serve you with an extra bowl of shaved ice plus put as you like palm sugar. The fragrance of the sugar make you irresistible to add more to your bowl of durian cendol.

Durian Cendol from Bibik House Cendol & Pineapple Tarts

For those who don’t like cendol, they can opt for a traditional shaved ice dessert which called “PAT POH PENG”. The shop that sell this great dessert is Min Chong Hygienic Ice Cafe.

Pat Poh Peng – It may look like ordinary “Ice Kacang” but the difference is on the syrups. The brown syrup which usually used in ice kacang is sarsaparilla juice. This one is home made herbal syrup. Besides this bowl of great dessert, this place also sell a great home made ice cream.

The ice cream may not be as good as Haagen Daz. But I dare to say this taste much better compared to those inside the supermarkets. It is more creamy and flavorful and use all natural ingredients like corn and durians. Next continue with the journey of touring around Jonker Walk area and then head to Donald and Lily’s for a delightful nyonya lunch.

3. Lunch for Nyonya Food at Donald and Lily’s

Ayam Pongteh cooked the traditional Nyonya way and dine in the house. Try not to order any rice and noodles when in here. If can go for just the dishes and all of them taste really great. At most share the rice among yourselves.

4. High Tea/Snack Time – Jonker Pork Satay at Xiang Ji Satay House

Xiang Ji Pork Satay

5. Dinner – Satay Celup or Seafood at Portuguese Settlement

Satay Celup at Ban Lee Siang

6. High Tea and Dinner – Mango Juice (If you choose seafood for dinner)

Not to forget to order the tasty and refreshing mango juice to flush everything down and help in digestion.

Mango Juice by Joes Only One Mango Juice at Portuguese Settlement.

7. Dinner – Alai Haji Nasir Ikan Bakar (Grill Fish and Seafoods)

Traditional method of grilling foods

Melaka Best Kept Secret Seri Muara Alai Haji Nasir Ikan Bakar Village

8. Dinner – Pak Putra Tandoori and Naan Bread

Pak Putra Restoran, Best Tandoori and Naan in Melaka

9. Breakfast – Yong Moh Dim Sum and Pork Buns

Pork buns

Yong Moh Coffee Stall Serving Best Juicy Pork Bun and Dim Sum in Melaka

 

10. High Tea – Klebang Coconut Shake

Freshly prepared coconut shake

Klebang Coconut Shake, Melaka

11. All Day Long – Brain Freeze Ice Coffee

Icy cold ice coffee

Brain Freeze Ice Coffee

12. Dinner and Late Supper – Hajah Mona Asam Pedas

Freshly cooked on the spot spicy and sour asam pedas

My plate of stingray asam pedas

Hajah Mona Asam Pedas

13. Dinner – Portuguese Seafood Village

Super big and juicy cockles BBQed

Monster sized oyster! If you are lucky, you may get a pearl!

Seafood Village at Malacca Portuguese Settlement

 

25 Comments

  • June 22, 2010 - 9:24 am | Permalink

    wow what an awesome tailored trip! :)

  • June 22, 2010 - 9:33 am | Permalink

    how I wish to go to Malacca now…. so many good food!!!

  • June 22, 2010 - 10:56 am | Permalink

    i also had the satat celup at ban lee siang……nice experience

  • June 22, 2010 - 11:07 am | Permalink

    Though some of my friends suggest to go Pernu or Umbai instead for the grilled fish and seafood. Not the ones at Portuguese Settlement. But rather far lah … Umbai …

    Nice run, I agreed with most of those. Except maybe Jonker 88.

    • June 22, 2010 - 11:34 pm | Permalink

      Jonker 88 ….. Depends on individual ….. taste and personal preference varies

  • June 22, 2010 - 1:48 pm | Permalink

    I haven’t tried satay celup before! Next time bring me!! :)

  • June 22, 2010 - 1:50 pm | Permalink

    I tried the satay celup at ban lee siang…indeed different from those in Penang :)

  • June 22, 2010 - 3:53 pm | Permalink

    Wah great list!

  • June 22, 2010 - 3:56 pm | Permalink

    Waliao! Really a yummy food hunter! Good info for those who are planning a makan trip to Malacca :)

  • June 23, 2010 - 9:04 am | Permalink

    This is a great post!! Esp for ppl like me who have no clue where to eat in Malacca… thx a lot!

  • June 23, 2010 - 2:22 pm | Permalink

    wah ken this one totally reminds me of my trip there last last year *yummmm*

  • June 23, 2010 - 4:20 pm | Permalink

    drooling now bro…how to resist now ….damn…

  • June 23, 2010 - 6:27 pm | Permalink

    this is an excellent post! really an all-in-one-day of malacca’s favourite delicacies…. sure to be stuffed by the end of the day :D

  • June 23, 2010 - 11:50 pm | Permalink

    It’s a waste I did not blog about food during my hey days there. Now no time for any vacation yet. :( I missed the satay celup at Ban Lee Siang!

  • June 28, 2010 - 9:46 am | Permalink

    seeing this, i must make a trip to malacca again this year.. miss the food there..

  • June 28, 2010 - 3:40 pm | Permalink

    Had a makan trip @ Melaka I think 1 year back, miss the food so much~~

  • June 7, 2012 - 7:31 am | Permalink

    Awesome resource!!! I can’t wait to get down there! Thanks Ken. :-)

  • June 12, 2013 - 11:32 am | Permalink

    Great food list I can refer for my trip to Melaka on my next round. Thanks Ken

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