42 responses

  1. Michelle chin
    August 31, 2011

    I’ve been to that onde onde stall before, me thinks When i was a child!

  2. Baby Sumo
    August 31, 2011

    What a great guide.. thank you! I love all your photos.

    Btw we tried Nadeje’s French Vanilla (Original) flavour and that was good.

  3. nikel
    August 31, 2011

    Fried Oyster…

  4. Antonette
    August 31, 2011

    I love chinese food.. They taste great.. And I admire your shots..

  5. Ira
    August 31, 2011

    Nice site! I have a penchant for Malaysian cuisine and I think your site just gave my drools a sojourn stop.

  6. Baby Sumo
    September 1, 2011

    Will be visiting Malacca in December so this will come in handy. Thanks. Nice photos.

  7. chee lee leng
    September 1, 2011

    VKeong, I love the cake, what cake is that? How is the taste?

  8. JD
    September 2, 2011

    So much good food in Melaka, great to explore more than just the normal chicken rice or cendol.

  9. Sharifah
    September 10, 2011

    Keep thinking about the coconut shake with ice cream, especially when it’s super-hot these days in California. Have to try it. :)

  10. Alvis Wong
    September 10, 2011

    Aw….this post reminded me bout how i searching blogger’s entries on melaka foods when i visited to there previous year…yet some I had no chance to try due to lack of time! You always the best food blogger in malaysia, nice one!

  11. Steph
    September 12, 2011

    Couldnt find the duck mee!!! so disappointed :(

    • Andrew
      December 21, 2012

      You’re lucky… I found it and I was even more disappointed with the taste.

  12. BJ
    October 17, 2011

    i think the coconut shake is better during weekdays, particularly when they are using the original blender and not the customised one. I think another place worth checking out will be Pak Putra at Kota Laksamana which serves tandoori chicken. ;)

  13. Serene Lee
    November 15, 2011

    My dear, we went all the way to Aunty Koh on Tuesday afternoon but it’s closed! I tot u said she opens daily? Sob…

    • vkeong
      February 5, 2012

      Sorry about that Serene, I have modified the business hours. Someone corrected me saying it’s weekends only

  14. Shaun
    November 26, 2011

    may i know whr is the burger maut??? i been staying semabok for quater of century yet i din hear before… omg…… please tell me is around which side of semabok

  15. Meng Meng
    December 8, 2011

    Aunty Koh’s cendol stall is opened only on Sat and Sun – I was told by my Malacca pal. I’ve been there once and it’s easily the best cendol in the whole of Malaysia and Singapore for me.

  16. Stephanie
    December 19, 2011

    wow, this is great! am going to malacca tomorrow and your blog really helped me and my pals find out which are the best local cuisines. It’s especially helpful because we’re all noobs and this is our first food trip.

    Not to mention, your review comes complete with GPS coordinates which just made everything 100 times easier. Seriously, can’t thank you enough :)

    • vkeong
      December 19, 2011

      Glad you find it useful
      Enjoy your trip!

  17. Lily
    January 5, 2012

    Hi Vkeong, i think you should try the fried prawn mee at Tengkera as well (Business Hour – 7am-2pm weekends only). It’s definately not to be miss out when you are travelling to Melaka.

  18. Tyxiang
    January 21, 2012

    Hi vkeong,
    There might be a gps error on the cendol in bukit rambai.
    Can u find out the exact location? Or get the person who brought u to the cendol place to contact me?
    Thanks!

  19. Jack
    April 17, 2012

    Btw,the chia yean duck mee next stall selling chicken rice is also recommended..

  20. Ann
    April 23, 2012

    I would like to recommend a place, where my friends and I found really good Malacca-an cuisine.Apparently the chef is the ambassador of Peranakan food in Malacca. This cafe is located in Tengkera opposite Jonker walk. The cafe has a FB page, https://www.facebook.com/Loftjonker..really loved the pineapple fried rice and devil curry

  21. chee raymond
    April 26, 2012

    i love food

  22. Cindy Tong
    May 29, 2012

    what time does the duck mee open at taman beruang?

    • vkeong
      May 30, 2012

      it should be open in the morning until lunch. not available for dinner if not mistaken

  23. Tina
    June 12, 2012

    Hi, where do you stay for the trip? Do you know any hotel to recommend near all the ‘heavenly good food’ that you recommend?

    • vkeong
      June 12, 2012

      hi Tina, I usually don’t stay at Hotel for short trips like these. I prefer staying at hostels/homestay
      But there is one you could check out is Mimosa at Jalan Bunga Raya, it’s is quite good although the breakfast is lousy (which you won’t eat anyway since you will be eating out)

  24. Hafidz
    July 2, 2012

    accidentally came here across the links in google, and maaaaaan, this post is super mouth watering! nice pic bro! ;D

  25. Warren
    July 3, 2012

    Nice photoes, thanks for the infos, what a great site!

  26. Li Ming
    August 11, 2012

    Thanks for the info! They are very useful for my coming food hunting trip! =)

  27. Mi-Gua
    August 26, 2012

    Next time when U drop by Malacca again, make sure U look for Coconut Pudding (in a coconut) :)

  28. Lawrence
    September 5, 2012

    The Laksa is the best! Period. Nothing more to say, except Sarawak laksa is even better.

  29. Lawrence
    September 5, 2012

    The Klebang coconut shake is worthy to try too.
    The duck noodle… ok lar. Not so special to me.
    But the East and West Rendezvous Cafe is a total waste of my money. Spent more than rm100 for 5 cups and 20 over bakchang; drank 2 cups and throw 3 cups, ate 3 bakchangs and given the rest to uncles and aunties, and my mechanic.

    My father in law always bring home blue bakchang from melaka, and those are 100 points, this is just 50 points.

    As for the cendol, try Donald’s and Lily’s. They are 100 points while this is just 1 point because the gula melaka is over cooked, bitter taste.

  30. Carol
    October 8, 2012

    I visit malacca often but is auntie Koh chendoh difficult to find? Far from the city? Please drop me a email at versus-sean@hotmail.com

  31. Andrew
    December 21, 2012

    I’d have to say you were WAY off on your review of the Chia Yean duck noodle. Was there the weekend of 8/9 Dec. I grew up on the taste of duck noodle when I stayed in Malacca till I was 12 years old. I had high expectations that I would relive my childhood taste. Unfortunately, the noodles tasted bland. Looking at the duck hanging at the stall, look like it’s been there for days. The soup that came with the dry noodles… it was like boiled water, add some soy sauce & pepper. I am not exaggerating. I have never had food receive high praise on a food blog taste this bad before. Will definitely not return for this.

  32. Allan
    March 27, 2013

    Just back from bangkok and dreaming of southeast Asian food. Hope to be off to Malaysia soon, Penang, Melaka, Ipoh for the first time in a while. Will follow mouth-watering suggestions.

  33. col casey su
    April 3, 2013

    I am in Australia and has been for some time, and I am just drooling just by looking at those delicious wan tan mee, char siew rice, roast duck rice and backstreet cockles. Well time for me to make a trip back to good old Malaysia, and also to try out your Malaccan goodies.

    Thanks Mate

  34. Ben
    August 7, 2013

    Hi, i would have to disagree with you on the Wantan Mee. Paid a visit at Dung Fong for the wantan me and it was a total disappointment. The mee was overcooked and it was mushy. And taste blant as well, nothing special. I am not going back for the wantan mee anymore. And also some of the food is a bit over rated such as the pork satay.
    Anyhow thanks for the suggestions as i really like the beef noodle in Jalan Bachang.

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