Melaka is all about eating. We think about what to eat every second, every minute, every hour when we are there. After a big dinner and in anticipation of an even bigger lunch, we decided to have something really light
Last weekend, we went with our friends on our annual whirlwind 1-night pilgrimage to Melaka to eat and catch up. Pity I was ill throughout the trip and was unable to fully appreciate the gastronomic delights which I had planned
We ate milk crabs at Restoran Lee (also known as Fei Li), an old coffeeshop located along Jln Munshi Abdullah, across the road from Bayview Hotel. They were very, very delicious! Crabs cooked in milk, resulting in a thick, slightly
We ate our first bowl of chendol in Melaka at QQ Ice, a shop located somewhere along Jonkers Street. After walking around in the burning afternoon heat, this bowl of chendol heaped with gula melaka was a wonderful respite and
We drove to this mosque – also known as the Floating Mosque – after our Lin Heng breakfast. The mosque makes a stunning picture, jutting out of the coastline of a man-made island in Melaka. The scenery must be gorgeous
Lin Heng is a Hainanese kopitiam in Melaka which sells kaya toast, kopi and wantan mee. I visited it for the first time in 2009 and was really happy to see that it is still around. The coffeeshop looks ancient.
Last weekend, we drove up with some friends to Melaka. We had a really good time *over*indulging in gastronomic delights and catching up with our friends over big, calorie-laden meals. We drove up to Melaka with the same bunch of