Bad service, “coriander pork” had no sign of coriander and “nonya” fried chicken was just a few fried wings with no sign of this Malay style of cooking.
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We ordered Kapitan Chicken, deep fried pork and stir-fried kangkung. Food are not good, either too simple (kapitan chicken looks a small bowl of chicken soaked in Curry gravy) or not too Nyonya-styled (deep fried pork don’t taste good at all). We made a mistake...More
The fact that this restaurant is located near the former millionaire's row gives it a homey ambience. Minus the signages and the neon lights, this looks like a typical Asian house. So walking inside and sitting at a period dining table feels like you're visiting...More
many time been jonkerbstreet and having same food..today look for some thingvspecial..butvwalk around with many ppl..cant find any food.atvlast come in to this res...come in without expectations... surprising the food is good and have a home cook taste..not special.but itvhave a warm feeling...
We had dinner at Far East Cafe on a Sunday night back in February, when Melaka was much quieter with the day tourists having left. The restaurant was quiet as well. We had spring rolls, assam pork and chicken with soy sauce and lime, with...More
We made a first attempt to eat a street dinner in Chinatown but too many people and too much confusion. We walked around and most of the recommended restaurants are closed for dinner. We found this that seemed reasonable and given that the expectations were...More
We wanted to sample Nonya cooking, the fusion of Malay and Chinese. For my part, if this was typical, it would have been better to have stuck with one or the other... We had some good pandan chicken rolls (like tiny tasty sausages at seven...More
After looking around earlier in the evening on our first night for a suitable place to eat, I found that most had closed by 7pm, so this was the only one we could find without going further. There was nothing wrong with the food, but...More