Registered: 2016-08-14 Last signed in: 2019-01-15
A legendary Malaccan entrepreneur whom started out with very humble beginnings. The outlet sells over 100 unique food items under brand of Tan Kim Hock. The store also features over 500 variety of local great products and the award winning dessert like dodol and gula Melaka. Other well-known products include Dried Fruits, Belacan, Cincalok, Chilli Sauce etc.
Hearty home-cooked food with fresh and healthy looking vegetable choices. Casual mixed rice eatery place for lunch or dinner Pricing is cheap, food is healthy and the best part of eating here is the soup. Boiled overnight daily with lots of bones accompanied with different type of vegetables. Guaranteed no MSG! (unlike most economy rice stalls)
Went there during lunch time, they serve economy mixed rices serving varieties of dishes. Reasonable price, and usually many customers are from workers working around the area. Their tai chow are ok, tried their contonese fried yee mee, taste moderate as the yee mee noodle was over fried.
Located at the corner of Jalan Metro Perdana Barat 13 &14, always crowded with patrons. They served varieties of tong sui. Also there are choices of fried noodles going well with curry chicken, small bites and more. Tong sui taste good and not very sweet. Fried prawn fritters are very delicious too.
Newly open restaurant during the month of December. Was just nice to have Christmas dinner with friends. They served assorted western food on the menu to pick. Tasty and good portion despite the affordable pricing. However, the service is not really satisfying, as most of them are foreigner where more training is needed.
One of the best vegetarian restaurant ever tried so far. Run by husband and wife who believe in promoting veganisam. They used Organic vegetables and organic ingredients such as flour, grains, and cocoa are used in the menu preparation. No artificial additives such as MSG are used. The spring rolls are delicious. The food was really good and satisfying! Worth the money for sure.
A little cafe that serves western and asian foods, various types of cakes and pastries. Good place to relax & take a break after a hard work. There are choices of birthday cakes. Also available in slices to choose from. They also offer breakfast and lunch menu as well. Breakfast set is worthy to try. Service is below average.
Great spot for dessert after a long walk along Jonker Street. . Tried their signature durian puffs. Very tasty, 0ne mouthful to finish the puff to avoid getting messy. The pastry is light and the durian cream fill oozy – delightful. Their cendol were good too. Not too sweet and the frangrance of gula Melaka blend into the ice were really nice. Also tried their durian ice-cream. The shop also selling cookies, and other packed foods and beverages too.
Po San Teng was built in 1795, dedicated to Tua Pek Kong (Guardian deity of the land and of the 12,500 graves on the nearby hill called 'Bukit China'). The name of this temple literally translates as "Precious Hill Temple", but it is also known as Sam Po Keng Temple in reference to a legendary type of fish which saved one of Zheng He's ships from sinking but using its body to plug a leak.
This well, known as Hang Li Poh's well or King's well is said to be the oldest well in Melaka. It’s is said that this well never dries up even during the drought season. So it was the source of water for the folk around the area during the old days. it is a part of Melaka historic that mark the arrival of Chinese from China through a royal marriage between Puteri Hang Li Poh and Melaka Sultan, it has only a well to see. Now, it is not properly maintained and the water is not that clean.