Local fares found here is really just "so so". None of the stalls stands out. At night there are 2 stalls selling deep fried fritters and char Kway Teow along the corridor.
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Decided to pop-by this corner coffeeshop to have a taste of the local flavours... everything is nice! From the noodles, half-boiled eggs, toast bread and not forgetting the aromatic coffee! Can't resist but ordered my 2nd cup for the morning. Boss uncle was friendly too!...More
Love the dumpling soup / Dry wonton noodles stall. Love black coffee (strong) Avoid Chicken rice balls (front) Avoid roast pork rice (rear of the restaurant) by foreign worker Avoid milky tea (too milky)
Within walking distance to The Shore, where I stayed. Good food. Nice place to have breakfast and lunch.
You can expect long queues, and of course people standing around you, watching you eatig and waiting for you to finish your meal quickly. Best time to go after 2 pm, but then the food would already been sold out.
From the Wan Tan Mee,to the Nonya laksa, dumplings , satay , ice coffee and Nasi lemak. Everything here is prepared by the locals , not foreign workers. Hence the taste is original and authentic. These people take pride in what they sell . Food...More
A cheap and delicious breakfast cafe.They serve lunch too.Had the signature chilli based dry wantan mee.Soup was so light and rich in taste.Dumpling was handmade and excellent.Try their roti bakar (opt for the bun type).Crispy on the outside and soft (almost like cake) in the...More
This is a good cheap eats restaurant and very close to Majestic Malacca. We only tried the laksa which was good and flavoursome. Coffee also good. Food serves are not huge but overall it seems very good value. Would like to have tried some different...More