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Published on June 18th, 2010 | by email2me


Seafood Village at Malacca Portuguese Settlement

On our last journey down to Melaka, we end up having our dinner at the Portuguese Settlement before we depart home. So far we heard plenty of good and bad articles related to the seafood served here google kalender herunterladen pc. As a foodie we have to try it ourself before passing the judgement whether it is good or bad.

When we arrive at the seafood village area, we saw some of the fresh seafoods brought in from the local’s harvest Download open office. There are some fresh cockles, snails, oysters and cray fishes. The villagers here went to the sea and dive around the nearby islands where there are plenty of fresh seafoods for them to harvest all year long need for speed undercover free full version chip.

Just look at these oysters size citrix receiver downloaden mac.

It is even bigger than my hand android musik youtube downloaden. Each cost RM25. You can bargain for it upon order.

Grill cockles

They just heat it up just enough to make the cockles open up

Our plate of deep sea cockles which cost RM15 per plate maxdome film download. This plate make us laugh real hard for the night. When the cockles is served, Andrew is the one that start to eat it über mobiles netzwerk herunterladen android. He said the taste is so raw and sweet. Then he said when we pick up the cockles, he was surprise that the cockle still able to close its shell. After he had a few of it, Daniel brought it back to the stall where Andrew ordered and ask them to reheat them again skype voor apple. Then the guy told him …. hey … this is not cook yet! hahahaha ….. the cockle even spit at him when he try to forcefully open them.

Portuguese Grill on our red snapper fish wii backup manager deutsch download kostenlos. This dish doesn’t taste as good as the one from Petaling Street. The chili that they prepared doesn’t have much fragrant.

Garlic and ginger lala

Belacan kangkung

Garlic butter scallops

This actually taste not bad herunterladen. This is my favorite out of all the seafoods served that night. The scallops are fresh and succulent.

A reminder to all who plan to dine here…. never order their noodles …. Just order their seafoods with white rice. The noodle taste bland and awful. A lot people were flogging on the stall no 1. But we go and try the stall no 4 instead which known as 88 seafood. For drinks, make sure you order your mango juice from Joe’s Only One Mango Juice which located at the far end of stall no 10. Not the one next to stall no 1 which sold by an old lady.

Overall verdict. Seafood are use to be cheap. But due to a lot Singaporean tourist during the weekends, the price are rather steep. Bargain for your food.

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27 Responses to Seafood Village at Malacca Portuguese Settlement

  1. Yatz says:

    the cockles not cooked yet? means purposely made “bun sang suk”??

  2. oh gosh drolling over the foods already……….^-^

  3. SimpleGirl says:

    i really love the portugese style grilled fish, the sauce was superb!!

  4. xin says:

    LOL @ andrew.

    i lurrrveee cockles! sometimes my mom would buy it then we just cook it with hot water, then dip in soysauce with chili and lime, yuM!

  5. nrewq says:

    At least u know the cockels were fresh because none of us had to go to the toilet after that. LOL!

  6. uLi says:

    Hmmm…..I don’t really like the foods there lo (but not this branch la) ….I had bad experience there 🙁

  7. wahh everything looks so good! The huge oyster is very intriguing.

  8. ck lam says:

    Just like Xin, I love cockles…half cooked 🙂

  9. taufulou says:

    fuuhh..i try on the very last stal..doesnt taste good fo their seafood

  10. lionelong says:

    wow, yum yum. I always make sure my cockles fully cooked. To avoid Hepatitis A. haha

  11. ciki says:

    my gosh look at them cockles and look at that TAT! awesome post.. making me salivate 😛 (btw, do u like your cockles cooked or semi -raw? LOL)

  12. via says:

    i love the cook’s tattoo…damn kao yao ying when he is cooking…

  13. Kurs says:

    I need to try 🙂

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