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Food scene in Bandar Hilir

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“What else could you ask for if you are pampered with choices of 13 states coffee, with each representing a state in Malaysia.”
  • 8 locals recommend
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“One of the pioneers chicken rice ball shop in Melaka. Usually flooded with tourists and expect long queues on weekends or school holidays alike.”
  • 7 locals recommend
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“Delicious though I cannot eat spicy @jalan Temenggong 7am till late, Everyday”
  • 5 locals recommend
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“This is one of the most signature Western Mix Nyonya Cuisine Restaurant, definitely worth a try. But becareful, It's really crowded on weekend, might take you longer on queuing.”
  • 8 locals recommend
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“A delicious option for lunch or dinner - flavoursome chicken rice is moulded into small bite-sized balls, and paired with delectable chicken pieces. See how many you can eat!”
  • 1 local recommends
Chinese Restaurant
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“Hoe Kee Chicken Rice is one of the famous Malacca chicken rice balls with its tantalizing chicken rice ball and other side dishes since 1962.”
  • 6 locals recommend
Indian Restaurant
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“I like roti canai kosong (pan cake plain) with dalca or curry. The fried noodle mamak & mee rebus is one of the best in town. breakfast till supper ”
  • 1 local recommends
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“Live Jazz music performance with nice local Baba Nyonya Food and Western Food.”
  • 6 locals recommend
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“he BEST in Melaka! offers yam chee cheong fun. In front of Teo Seng teo Chew porridge. For tapao (take away) only. From 8.30am till 10am or before. Depending the buyers..”
  • 1 local recommends
Café
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“One of the more modern attractions visitors can find in Jonker Street is Mamee Jonker House. Opened in November 2013, it is the brand’s first concept store after 40 years of being a leading household name for children’s snacks. The store has a predominantly modern design of white tiles and glass shelves that is complemented with dark wood furniture and traditional Chinese decor. Mamee Jonker House offers fun activities for visitors with young children or just those who want to relive their childhood memories. Visitors can participate in workshops (held during the weekends) where they can learn to make their very own Lil Monster Noodle Snack using their favourite seasoning and condiments.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Bakery
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“Local bean based biscuit (tau Sa) for your souvenir before heading back home. No food stabilizer added nor artificial flavoring. ”
  • 1 local recommends
Cafe
“Kopitiam with many food stalls here. The best is the Yong Tau Foo (stall) with dried noodles (8.am to 10.am). At night is recommending spring-roll & porridge stalls (from 5.30pm-9pm)”
  • 1 local recommends
Malay Restaurant
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  • 1 local recommends
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“-Authentic local kopitiam serving Malaysian dishes -Nasi lemak, Ipoh hor fun, curry laksa, kaya & butter toast, white coffee, Cham ( coffee mix with tea)”
  • 2 locals recommend
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“Get a taste of the ballish rice with tasty tender chicken dipped in self create chilly gravy”
  • 2 locals recommend