Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Eat n Eat n Eat in Malacca - non halal

This is my last post of Malacca trip.....
I was fully recharge after a good rest in the Hotel (ahem ahem ahem)... kakakakaka..

It was a bright sunny Sunday morning...
The day mission is to Jalan Jalan Cari Makan (walk around and look for food).....

Actually if you visit Malacca the thing that you must eat is their :-
1) Chicken Rice Ball ( I would suggest Chung Wah but please prepare some umbrella coz it will line up until outside of the shops)
2) Satay Celup......
3) Malacca Cendol

Ppl all queue up for the chicken rice (Chung Wah) and cendol (Jonker 88)
Money printing shopp


Well this time me and wife would like to try something difference..
we skip the Malacca top 2 food must eat...
Try something that you don't really often heard about it in Malacca
Which were actually quite popular among those Malacca ppl....
First Stop....

Lung Ann restaurant..... (near jonker Street)

As usual all Malacca resturant is crowded with people...
1) Shredded Duck meat noodles (taste like a normal dry noodles) 
Has a strong taste of 5 spices.. It is average only...
2) Homemake Fish Balls.. very nice and it is very soft
No springy taste .. which is good that they did not add in the chemical to make it springy
3) Slice Fish meat Bihun... The fish meat is fresh and nice.
Not much ajinomoto in the soup...
It cost about RM7/bowl .. it is really expensive ..
taste is just average and very home style taste...

Of course I need to rejuvenate .. after a tiring day (ahem ahem ahem)....
I took 2 half boil eggs -- yummy

2nd Stop............

Kedai Satay Xiang Ji..

This shop is famous of their Pork Satay..
Their sauce is a bit difference from the Kajang Satay..
I heard that they add in the the pineapple in their sauce and it has less peanuts..
The Pork meat is very thin and the meat fully marinate and it is very nice..
Then I tried the intestine satay... but kinda disappointed...
It wasn't as good as the intestine satay that I eat in Ipoh...
It is just average rating for me.......
Price is reasonable - RM0.70/pc

Then 3rd Stop....

60 East & West Rendezvous..
This shop is famous of their Nyonya Bazhang .. and their cendol..
I don't like the cendol at all (ice is too rough and less gula Melaka)
I wanted to eat the Jonker 88 but the queue was terrible...
Then 4th stop.... Malacca BKT...

Restoran Kok Keong.....

Actually my wife was looking forward for this shop..
coz she wanted to try their famous yam rice...
Taste is average only....
Good thing.. they have a lot of sets combination..
(eg. lean meat + tauhu + intestines, fat meat + tauhu + intestines & etc etc)
5th Stop ......

Nadeje for their mille crepe....

The famous mille crepe..
We tried the original and rum & raisin
This is the first time we eat mille crepe...
Not bad ... I can't compare as this is our first time..
The girl inform that mango mille crepe is nice..
We enjoy it..

6th Stop.....

The most famous Malacca popiah at Jalan Bunga Raya
Things that I could say about this popiah are :-
 PORK LARK & Crispy Fried Pork Fat
Price is so expensive RM3/pc
I could get a better popiah in Klang and it only cost RM1.80 if I am not mistaken..

Final 7th Stop.. at last.....

Restoran Sin Yit Sing @ Seremban...

1) Coconut Herbal Chicken = Very Good
2) Pork stomach stir fry with dried shrimp + cili padi = Very Good
3) Fried prawn mantis with salted egg = Good
4) Seremban Grill Crab = Good
Price is slightly expensive for Seremban standard ...

95 comments:

  1. One day 7 stops for food, keng ah!

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    1. I also read his post in awe! So geng, SP and fui fui stopped 7 times to refill their stomachs~

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    2. He must be ahem ahem ahem 7 times the night before and need to refuel! @___@

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    3. Yvonne,
      I agree. Must be the amount he ahem ahem also lah that's why need to refuel the same number of times! kakaka

      If after eat only ahem ahem... sure cannot one! Perut too full!

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    4. yalor, how can eat so much in a day!! i think he eats every hour in malacca!! really Super Person @_@"

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    5. wah you are more terror than me wor, SP. So many stops. Ahem ahem ...sure super hungry

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  2. 2 half boiled eggs, enough protein for just a night ahem ahem ahem, boy!

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    1. Yan,
      I thought eat raw egg better? :P

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    2. Yes, crack a raw egg in steaming hot MILO, sure act better than blue pills. Ahem ahem ahem! Why we all sound so "hamsap" nowadays. yerrr!

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    3. Actually I do eat raw eggs in the morning .. not just only ahem ahem ahem..
      but to grow your hair and also make it black (less white hair)..
      I saw it online when I check on how to reduce hair fall and keep healthy hair..
      my sis is taking it now...
      try safeegg (pasteurize egg)

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    4. Walau eh! You replenished your Ahem Ahem stock with just 2 eggs???....


      I think you need 2 Ostrich Eggs!

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    5. I second that! 2 Ostrich eggs baru cukup for 7 times ahem ahem ahem per night!!

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    6. Die laughing lah reading this!

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    7. no, not enough, must eat dinosaur eggs!! and then cannot cook only, just break open and drop inside hot milk and then drink like that!! wah, very 補 for your ahem-ahem~~

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    8. raw eggs? errr.....


      wah Yvonne lagi best ostrich eggs. LOL

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    9. Your tips about How to Reduce hair fall is really good... thanks for your information.

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  3. Did you weigh ? how much you gained after the 7 stops? Never la! You sure can burn those fat after more ahem ahem ahem. Acrobatic posture, remember?

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    1. lol .. we got fat just only one day...
      have to do more than acrobatic to get rid of the calories.. lol

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    2. Never mind, 7 times ahem ahem ahem sure will burn all the calories. Like Yan says, more acrobatic and yoga poses (don't hurt you back!)

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    3. That's why he chose the two single bed room lah... can do acrobatics and yoga in both beds! wakaka

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    4. aiyah, after ahem-ahem he lose 5kg, so eat 7 meals to replenish that lost mah~~ :D

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    5. ahem ahem so much exercise must eat more la

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  4. LOL at the non-halal mentioned in the tajuk.

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    1. because SP knows you are coming in to read, so just warned you first mah, you see he is so sweet~~

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  5. Thanks for letting me know the sausage needed to be potong and cooked 100%.

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    1. I saw Yvonne's sausage and it is potong one.. lol

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    2. Woi,,, hamsap Ahem..... Where did you see Yvonne's potonged sausage???
      Kakakakaka....

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    3. Wei, I got no sausage one leh....

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    4. Yvonne showed her potonged sausage, not just one but two, to all of us yesterday leh~~ :D

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    5. learnt something new...ohh "sausage" have to "potong" to "fully" cook ah ...ahem ahem

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  6. You may be able to find the hard core porn (HCP) online. Quote from TM.

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    1. lol .. okie I that is where I normally find it..
      kakakaka
      Seriously I think the HCP is really good and handy..
      as you say it reduce the mess in the kitchen..

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    2. Yerrrr.....nobody tell me what is HCP!!! cheh!

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    3. Aiyo, TM, HCP is HappyCall Pan.

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    4. Hahaha.. my wife just bought 1 unit..
      kekekekeke yay.. I saw the youtube on this and this HCP really can works wonder le

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    5. yalah, with HCP then SP can do HCAA already, AA~~ :D

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    6. the other day i saw HCP selling at streetdeal rm118 only. duno ori or not

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    7. Your tips about How to Reduce hair fall is really good... thanks for your information.

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  7. Simple Prince.... you really can eat damn lots of food!!! Were you born in the year of the PIG??

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    1. TM, how you know people born in year of pig, sure eat like pig? You are born in year of pig?

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    2. hehehehe, LOL at Yan's comment!! yeah, same people thinks alike~~

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  8. Now looking at your many-many food photos can I call you Simply Pig???

    kakakakaka....

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    1. Wakakakaka, SP is gaining new nick each day!

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    2. oink oink oink...lol
      nope I am not the last animal..
      pig with wings ..

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    3. SP born in year of Chick ah? No wonder SP is so chicky, everyday know ahem ahem ahem only.

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    4. Bapa ayam?? No wonder so miang, every night also ahem ahem ahem :p

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    5. Aiks, my comment and yan's are almost the same, kakaka!

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    6. wah, this SP is getting so famous in the blogsphere now.. the more nicknames given, the higher the level of popularity!! woot woot~~

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    7. wah...SP so many nick nowadays, rich person, ahem ahem, and now Special ahem

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  9. I'm going to Malacca soon! Day trip...so must take note of all the nice things to eat. Yum! Yum! Here I come!!!

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    1. good it is a very nice place..
      make sure you try the BOAR ride .. kakakaka
      everything is good but just only crowded with lots of tourist ...
      aiye another tourist from Sibu coming soon...kakakakaka

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    2. i must bookmark this post also, whenever i go to Malacca, this will become the Food GPS, haha~~

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  10. Eh, I thought satay celup is not a miss and you went for normal satay? Tsk, tsk....

    I see the cili sauce is something similar to our lok-lok sauce (Taiping satay celup) here.

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  11. Nowadays fish slice beehoon soup is getting expensive, not only in Malacca but in our humble town here too! It's selling at RM7, crazy hawkers and inflation!!

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    1. Popiah is RM3??!! Overrated, I must say. Everyone is going to Malacca for holidays hence caused the prices to shoot up high.

      Just like in my town here, when everybody from outstation comes back during CNY, they keep praising the food in Taiping is cheap and cheap. After they left, the hawkers decided to increase their price and here we are, stuck with pricey food :(

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    2. yalor, RM3 for a popiah with just that little bit of pork lard?? that's expensive lor.. most probably overrated and overpriced lah.. Malacca has been so commercialized already!!

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    3. no need to travel so far to Malacca.
      if you like to eat popiah I bring you to Klang to eat their pork lark lap cheung popiah..
      very nice....

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  12. hahhaa.. still Seremban food got VERY GOOD right

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    1. Definetely....
      I love Seremban food...

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  13. Crazy. Really eat n eat n eat. But I guess if I bring my mom to Malacca, she will do the same thing like you. Just don't let her see this post of yours, if not, sure she ask me bring her to all the eateries you went one.

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    1. lol .. yes when we think back on it ..
      it really crazy and we could really eat so much of food...
      no wonder we got fat just a day..

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  14. So hungry now!! Must go for lunch already~

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  15. oh my, so many yummy foods here! which are making me crave for some! I love most the mille crepe! I think I could eat all of that haha, :-)

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    1. yes it is nice..
      that is the first time I tried it..

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  16. It's hard to get RM1.80 popiah in Klang Valley these days. Although it's expensive, the one you mentioned in Melaka is pretty good especially it has crispy pork lard! Haha. Oh... I like the mille crepe too!

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    1. Yup it is hard to get these few days.. Just hate the inflation..
      I normally go to Klang to eat popiah..
      It has lap cheong somemore + crispy pork lark .....
      http://oongui.blogspot.com/2012/02/is-weekend.html

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  17. For chicken rice ball, I prefer the one at Hoe Kee (near to Chung Wah). You didn't try durian cendol from LAO QIAN ICE CAFE? (red building next to Chung Wah)...quite good too. Ahh...I miss the mille crepe. Heard so much about that pork satay, but have not try yet. Worth trying?

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    1. hmm aiye I didn't try durian cendol....I like the original taste ...
      pork satay.. the meat is very thin slice and very well marinated..
      If you ask me I will prefer the Ipoh pork satay...
      but you can try it...... new experience mah...

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    2. yaler, the original is always the best.. now that those cendol add this add that, already not cendol but ABC already lor, i don't like lah, simple is good..

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  18. So much food but too bad reviews are not too good for them.. I think next time we need to queue up to get the more yummylicious food.. :)

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    1. yup it is true.... but it is a new experience..
      but the long queue it really make you lost the appetite...
      when your tummy "grr" and furthermore it was so hot ....

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  19. wahhh, i remember eating the famous bunga raya pork lard popiah since i was 12 years old and living in malacca. i wonder if the stall owner is still the same person :D i haven't tried the famous mille crepe cake yet though. they opened after i left malacca after finishing my STPM :D

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  20. walao eh!! you really 勁!! can eat so much within a day!! hahaha, eat so much later sugar rush when you driving home lah..

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    1. may be going to Malacca, so i think i will also skip those "famous" things and try something different lah.. cos i really don't find the #1 nice, too wet already, i like dry one~~ :p

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    2. looks like the pork satay is nice woh.. how about the sauce, you mentioned they added in pineapple?? hmm, i think that would enhance the flavor because with pineapple the food won't feel greasy..

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    3. another one must try is Nadeje lor, have read so much bloggers writing reviews of this cake shop.. and i personally like cakes, so this will be in my list since i've not been there before..

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    4. and the Seremban restaurant looks super delicious lor!! all my favorite lah, must go and try!! this post will be my Food-GPS already, but you must give the address lah woi, haha~~ :p

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    5. Nadeje is nice.. and it also crowded with lots of people..
      stay in Explorer hotel .. and it is only walking distance to Nadeje ..
      I think about 5 to 10 mins..

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    6. bro .. I dunno the address le.
      there are lots of food blogger and they had posted all these shops..
      you can google it...... good luck ya . kakakaka..

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  21. wow 7 food establishments in one day?? can you take me with you sometimes hehe and let's go resto-hopping someday

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  22. I love the second and the fifth stop the most... there can never been more fascinating than sweet desserts for me haha

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  23. i think crepes are very popular in Malaysia. I've seen it being featured a lot of times by most Malaysian food bloggers

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  24. no matter how they cook it... i still love crabs... ay!!!.. the crab on the pic looks so yummy..
    and the crepes too!!!!

    SP you are always eating!... I hate you lol! hahahaha

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  25. Wah, pandai cari makan. All looks very delicious!

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  26. Thanks for sharing, next time at least i have some idea what to eat beside the famous stalls which always crowded.

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  27. The crabs looks fantastic and my kind of food too.

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  28. The Bunga Raya Popiah is it infront of a Kings Emporium or something?

    Last time we went there to tapau. had to queue up 45mins :(

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  29. Yes! Mille crepe is a must! I also haven't tried before cos no chance go Melaka yet :p

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  30. wuah! mr simple! you're so hebat ah! you ate a lot! :) i had been to the last stop you mentioned in seremban. the crabs were nice. i was there...4 years ago. :P

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  31. ah, you are making me so hungry. a lot of good foods!

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  32. there is alot of Mille Crepe in Klang Valley too :X

    and . . . I feel like having more half boil eggs now > . <

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