Extracted from Flavours Magazine (Dec 2002-Feb 2003)

Wantan Noodle
This popular dish has an apparent difference. It is prepared with a big blob of vermillion red chili sauce that goes on the plate before anything else. This vinegarish chili sauce gives noodle a distinctive Malaccan flavour.

Taiwanese Noodle
Fresh noodles made in a secret recipe, serviced with choice of stewed beef, pork ribs, pig's trotters or minced chicken.

1.Taiwanese Noodle minced chicken noodle
2.Wantan Noodle
3.Duck Mee
4.Pork ribs noodles
5.Mee Goreng
6.Mee Kahwin

Hee Kiaw
This noodle dish is only found in Malacca. It is noodles with an assortment of fish derived toppings such as fish balls and fish cake slices, seasoned with dark soy sauce and chili sauce.

Mee Kahwin
The fusion of noodles is the result of marrying(kahwin)mee rebus with Indian rojak. The result is a explosion of sweet, sour and spicy, enriched with curry powder and crushed peanuts. The concoction consist of noodles, bean curd, potatoes, boiled egg and crunch fritters, onion crisps, raw cucumber and yam bean. Don't forget to eat it the Malaccan way - with a dash of vinegar and kicap manis.

Hainanese Chicken Rice Balls
This is a Malaccan specialty. Rice boiled in chicken stock and some chicken oil and salt, flavoured with ginger, garlic and shallot and make into rice balls then served with boiled chicken pieces and garnished with cucumber and spring onion, and chilli sauce.

BBQ Pork Rice
Charcoal roasted meat that is golden-crusted, crispy, tender and juicy, tasting of sticky sweet caramel, aromatic and full of flavour. Served with white rice and side dishes such as kangkung, tafu, egg, dried meat and Chinese sausages.

Nyonya Cendol : No 1 Kopitiam (across from Hoe Kee Chicken Rice Shop). Jalan Hang Jebat(Jonker Walk). Opens 11.30am-6pm. Closes on Tuesdays.
This traditional Nyonya cendol is made of homemade jade-green cendol that is absolutely creamy, with aromatic palm sugar syrup.

1. Tutti Fruitti(left) & Red bean
2. Nyonya Cendol

Clock Tower Cendol: Stall opposite the Clock Tower. Opens daily, 10am-6pm. This Indian style cendol is typically pale green in colour and ice with mik
not as creamy rich as the Nyonya version. Mashed red beans is optional.

Tai Bak
Jalan Tengkera (beside ACS/Wesley Church). Opens 10am-6pm daily.
A Nyonya dessert in danger of extinction is like a sweet noodle made of rice, tapioca and wheat flour shaped comes in pink and white served with ice and light syrup. Can also add black jerry or read beans and palm sugar syrup.


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