WHAT TO EAT IN MALACCA?

It is fun to go on a food trip together with family or friends. This time round we had gone to Malacca together with frog’s friends.Malacca has the best of cultures mixture (Malay, Chinese, Indian, Portuguese and Peranakan) and you will be able to try out almost any dish or cuisines by the various races. These are part of what we had eaten for our short trip!

Restoran Famosa Chicken Rice Ball

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These are what we had ordered @ the restoran:

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 Succulent steam white chicken 

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 Table full of food!

I have read food blogs that if you are in Malacca, you must try the chicken rice ball. The rice is smashed and roll into small balls. Personally i do no like the chicken rice balls as it taste very mashy. It does not have the aroma and taste of the normal chicken rice. You can order the rice balls if you want to try it.

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 Ipoh Beansprouts

 I like the ipoh beansprouts as it taste different from the beansprouts that we have eaten in Singapore. The ipoh beansprouts do not have the ‘raw’ taste and is very fresh.

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Chendol

Red beans + Chendol drizzle with gula melaka syrup and coconut mik! We love this chendol and the taste of gula melaka as the syrup. The chendol has a cooling effect for such a  hot weather in Malacca.

After our late  lunch, we had make our way to Jonker street for more food hunt and shopping!

San Shu Gong

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A place that sells Malacca goodies, sauces, cofffee, milk tea. Frog and I had bought our favourite 3 in 1 coffee and milk tea over at San Shu Gong.

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We had seen a lot of people queuing for durian chendol. The stall is located in San Shu Gong. Without any hesitation, we had also gone to purchase the durian chendol to try it.

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Durian Chendol

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It is time for dinner again after shopping and walking around at Malacca places of interest. If you have read food blog on what to eat in Malacca, you will know that Restoran Capitol Satay Celup is the famous place for  satay celup. An assortment of raw seafood, meat, vegetables on satay stick and they are cooked in a pot of hot boiling satay sauce.

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From the picture above, you can see the long queue forming outside the restoran. We did not wait as the queue was very long and instead we pop by to Kedai Sate Celup opposite the capital satay restoran.

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 Table full of stay sticks!

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Time to dip the raw food into the boiling satay sauce. The food does goes well with the satay sauce and is very delicious. A unique way of eating the food.

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The uncle had given us bread to dip into the satay sauce. Although we did not order rice to go with the satay sticks, we had already felt so full after eating all the stay sticks! Time to shop around Jonker walk.

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  Jonker Walk

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Nonya Delights

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Pineapple Tarts and Beh Teh Soh

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Steamy Dim Sum

Along the street of Jonker walk, you can find stalls selling their local food such as nonya kueh, pineaaple tarts, dim sum and etc. We had passed by a stall selling durians and to satisfy our durian crave, we had ordered durians to eat though we are so full!

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By looking at the abve durian picture, I need not to further describe how delicious the durian was. We had not regretted having the yellow fleshy durians despite being so full.

We had enjoyed the Malacca trip and can’t wait for another food trip soon!

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