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Sunday, June 10, 2012

Cuti-cuti Malaysia, Melaka 2012 (part 2)

This is the last update of my Melaka trip..

Nadeje Patisserie-Mille Crepes

I have heard of this famous Mille crepes, this time i managed to try it. After our Nyonya meal at Taman Melaka Raya,  we headed to their shop located at Plaza Mahkota ( I thought plaza should be look like shopping mall but i was wrong, actually Plaza Mahkota is all shop lots)
Wehought there will be long queue but we were wrong, plenty of seats for us to choose..



Since we just had dinner, so we just ordered two for a try..This is strawberry crepes..
The taste of this crepe was just ok, a very creamy kind of cake, i feel this crepe cake is nothing to shout out..

The original flavour..


Nadeje Cafe Sdn. Bhd. Pahlawan
Lot UB051, 052 & 053,
Dataran Pahlawan Melaka,
Jalan Merdeka,
75000 Melaka.
Tel : +606 284 3469

Nadeje Sdn. Bhd.
G-23 & 25, Jalan PM 4,
Plazza Mahkota,
75000 Melaka.
Tel : +606 283 8750

Ole Nyonya Melaka - Nyonya cruisines

Everytime when we visited to Melaka, we will sure take dinner at Ole Nyonya restaurant...


From the outside look quiet only, but when we opened the doors, there were full of peoples !


This lantern must be very old already..


No nice look but very tasty salted veggie and duck soup.(RM 10.50).


sambal petai prawn (RM 12)..quite good..

Kapitan chicken curry (RM12), this was good too..


Chap Chai  (mixed vegetables) RM10, they cook it with fermented soy bean paste, quite good..


Otak-otak (RM 10.50), quite good too.


You can refill rice as many times you like, love how they serve rice in the wooden basket with banan leaf..

Plus drinks, total bill came to RM 92 (quite reasonable price)

Ole Nyonya Melaka
198-199, Taman Melaka Raya,
75000 Melaka.
Tel: 06-2831966
Closed on Wednesday
Lunch-11.30am-2.30pm Dinner 6pm-9.30pm

Donald & Lily - Nyonya Laksa (Halal)

Located at an old wooden house, love this kind of atmosphere, remind me of my grandfather's wooden house in the old time..



There is no menu provided, you just look up and make the order from the menu hanging on top..there are only few dishes to choose, Nyonya laksa, Mee Soon Siam, Cendol, Chap Chai, fried rice, nasi lemak and Pongteh chiken..



They add sago in the cendol, taste just like normal cendol..


We love their Nyonya laksa, not overing seasonings and not too creamy, yummy!


Oh, their Mee Hoon Siam also very good, we packed back to hotel since we were too full after taken  the laksa.. I also cook this when came back home, will post recipe in next post..



They are going to move to new place after 16th June 2012..we actually spotted their new shop which located at new business shop lot. But I still prefer their old wooden shop which located at the famous Red House area..

Hassan’s Mee Goreng @ Jalan Tengkera, Melaka

This is a stall that i wanted to try long ago. I saw in an old Flavours food magazine recommended their famous Mee Goreng.. another very crowded eating place..


You can see a bottle of  cuka(vinegar) and kicap manis (soy sauce) on each table,,which you can mix into your noodles’ according to your own liking..


half cooked deep fried egg with cucumber and their homemade sambal..


Actually their mee goreng is very simple, stir fry yellow noodles, bean sprouts and sambal..
RM 1.50 per plate..The taste was quite good, it taste even better if you added the cuka and kicap!


I love their Nasi Lemak more than mee goreng, sweet sambal and nasi kukus, perfect!
If this nasi lemak wrap with banana leaf, lagi bagus!


Hassan’s Mee Goreng
Jalan Tengkera (near Methodist Girl School)

Actually we have few eating places missed to visit, like famous satay celup (we went there but they were closed) , nyonya kueh stalls & etc.. these places we will keep for next visit..

More photos to share

I like to see old houses in Melaka..





window view from the hotel



June said...

wow ! sonia u are adding more makan place for me to go in Melaka. i always love looking for good food in Melaka every time i'm there merely cos they are far more cheaper compare to KL.

for nyonya kueh my suggestion is the baba charlie at masjid tengkera not sure if you have been there to me it's quite good and varieties of nyonya kueh available.

Diane said...

Great photos you have successfully made me very hungry :) Diane

Jane Chew said...

Haha... The Hassan mee goreng was also known as mee bodoh lah. Because just so simple but yet so many of us crazy about it. Do u know u can campur nasi lemak n mee goreng in one plate? May be this was created for tose can't make decision for which to eat. Ya, u r right the baba's house was famous with their laksa n mee Siam. I really miss them. Melaka have to many things to eat. Every time we go back also can't finished what we plan to eat. Sad...

Jane Chew said...

Ya, forget to tell u the Hassan mee goreng was 20cents per plate when I am in primary. Cheap o? When I pat tho with Phil $2 we can have breakfast of 2 mee, 2 eggs, 2 tea Tarik. Haha.... Now no more lo.

Ana Regalado said...

I really want to grab all those food right off my screen ! lol I'm sure those food tastes as yummy as it looks ! The place itself looks very interesting :)

Unknown said...

Make me hungry of seeing all your food. Nice post!

Small Kucing said...

How many days u went? Can try so many food one geh

elaine chan said...

Good morning,
Welcome back. Obviously you had a good time in Malacca- thanks for all these wonderful food at these interesting stalls- will definitely try them on the next trip down.

Sem said...

Hi,Sonia, if you like putu piring( Tutu Kuih), you must try the putu piring from 250,Jln Tengkera , too, recommended by Ah Xian, I bought 30 when we were there and it is really good when eat steaming hot.

Caca said...

Cuti-cuti Malaysia to Malaysian is more on good food hunting most of the time. Love your sharing.

Joceline said...


Mary said...

I love all of the house pictures. That crepe cake always looks so pretty too! How disappointing that it didn't taste as amazing as it looks!

Nami | Just One Cookbook said...

The crepe cake is really popular in Japan and I thought of trying but I probably don't have that much patience to make it... Thanks for sharing the pictures. I wish to visit Malaysia and Singapore one day... It's my dream!

温馨小屋 said...

我一直都很想去吃 Nadeje 的 Mille Crepes....不过,到现在都还没去~~haiz~~

choi yen said...

The petai prawns, seldom can see the quantity of prawns more than the petai :P

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