From what I can see the shop actually still empty. Wondering why they hold their customers outside. A 'Rude' Lady will take order at main entrance then only allow you to enter after you place the order. But since they don't have proper menu, the Lady need to keep explain,..
One of the famous Cendol stall located at Jonker Street. This shop is famous for its environment which decorated by plenty of archeology artifacts displayed on the wall display. Furthermore this shop also is been endorsed by 8TV Hochak show. But my..
Food/SpecialNyonya Cendol, Durian Cendol, Curry Laksa, Chendol, Nyonya Laksa, Yong Tau Fu
What i can tell you is that the crowd is amazing. Given that the quaint little shop is… well not very spacious, it is a sport itself trying to get an unoccupied table. Please be advised to get a table before you order the food else you’ll have to stand..
Jonker Dessert 88, most popularly known as, Jonker88.com, is a cultural entity in form of museum café, legally formed on 1997 in Malaysia. Jonker88.com is the subsidiary of Jia Seng Art Gallery which was incorporated in year of 1986 in Melaka, Jonker..
Food/SpecialJonker Dessert offers a wide variety of treats, not only dessert like..
Chung Wah is another famous Hainan Chicken Rice shop located at the start of Jonker Street (Jalan Hang Jebat) in Melaka town. Hoe Kee is famous for their Hainan Chicken while Chung Wah is well known for their chicken rice balls.
Just like other ice kacang, they’ve added sweetcorn, cendol, red bean, jelly and pineapple. And of course, it was topped with coloured syrup and Gula Melaka. Local desserts are absolutely delicious at all times.
Famosa Chicken Rice Ball is that legacy presented in a fast, hygienic and convenient way. The fusion of management and technology enable us to offer you superb culinary, consistently. These rice balls, about the size of golf balls comes together with tender..
Food/Specialroast pork, steamed chicken, fish ball soup
Everyone knows Malacca is famous for their chicken rice ball. Almost every corner of Jonker street (I might be exaggerating :P), you can find restaurants serving chicken rice ball. The famous chicken rice ball restaurant in Malaaca include the famous Kedai Kopi Chung Wah with its forever lengthy queue outside..
The outside implies a lot of historic connotation and claims to make them the traditional way, and seems appealing being in a historic city. Located in the heart of the historic part of town, the concept seems intriguing. Decor in the shop..
To my surprised it wasn't that bad. I didn't have high hope on it as the place wasn't famous for any of their noodle. But surprisingly it's quite good and they even added extra minced pork for me without any extra payment.