There's always something new in Melaka to explore! Enter Melaka Thousand Tales of Adventures - the Adventures of Sinbad. It's an interactive, fun, thrilling yet family-oriented attraction that recently opened its doors.
If you are looking for somewhere to hang out in between bouts of shopping and food hopping or simply to escape the heat, this would be one of the places to visit.
Recently, a Char Koay Teow stall in Seremban went viral because of the ridiculous amount of cockles (siham) they serve. The plate was topped with so much cockles that you can't even see the noodle underneath.
It made us wonder if it was actually cockles with fried noodle instead. Our curiosity was aroused hence we decided to drop by 品香楼 to check it out last weekend while en route to Melaka.
A few years ago I blogged about SK 6363's durian buffet. That time, it was going for RM9/pax and only durian kampung was served. Now, they have upped the ante by offering eat-all-you-can D24 durian for RM16/pax.
Just a quick update to let you guys know that Penang Corner has shifted to a larger stall a few doors away from their previous location. With the extra space, it's more like a mini food court now and they could accommodate more stalls in it too.
If you are looking for great quality durians, I will recommend Chen Brothers Durian & Fruit in Kepong Baru. Compared to the other more popular durian stalls in KL or PJ, Chen Brothers is not only cheaper, they are also the most experienced in the trade.
Instead of playing it safe and replicating other cafes' success, Thirdwave cafe at Nexus, Bangsar South is willing to experiment with new recipes that translate into unique and creative dishes. The menu is extensively diverse so you ought to find something you like.