Restaurants in Lorong Hang Jebat – 9 Restaurants
First Peranakan Patisserie, Kueh-kery™ and tea room by an 8th Generation Baba, the Great Grandnephew of the eminent Baba Sir Tun Tan Cheng Lock.
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I love and I’m in full support of the owners’ vision of showcasing Peranakan heritage through this “kueh-kery”. Their aim to make authentic Peranakan kueh and desserts available to the public is certainly commendable In addition to education, locals and foreigners can enjoy dainty pieces of local delicacies, savouries and beverages in an air-conditioned outlet. While the decor and ambience could do with more work, it is still a decent place for some quiet time. No WIFI is available at the moment.
You would never noticed this stall if you weren’t looking for it as it just looks like a normal kopitiam selling everyday food, and even the restaurant name is hidden under canopy.
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I probably assume that most tourists would not be aware of this coffeeshop. It is more known by the locals!
Located in the heart of the Old Malacca at Lorong Hang Jebat with the back facing the Malacca river and the grand old St Francis Church. Dining by the river in the evening and breathtaking scenery takes you back in the dreamland to yesteryears of the old Malacca port.
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Comparing this with the famous one at Jalan Bunga Raya, this aunty fries better oyster omelette. It taste better and it looks better. And the plus point here is that, you don’t have to wait for ages for a nice plate of oyster omelette. These factors alone are sufficient to have me coming back here for more.