This would be my second trip with Kenneth to search for more malacca food.
No 7 stall at portuguese settlement. We ordered two lime juice, Sambal Kang Kong, Butter Scallop and portuguese baked fish. I think it cost us RM$50. Totally worth it.
Jonker street have some new shops since we last been to Malacca in Oct 08. This prominent corner shop at Jonker sells durain chandol. I still like the once at Yishun Central.
Breakfast at malacca Eng Seng Market @ 8 Jln Temenggong definately brings me back to the old days. Aunite sells fried banana fritters and we thought three should be enough, it cost RM0.50 each, but it became 6bananas. Auntie combine two bananas to make a fritter!
Breakfast outside out Hallmark Hotel was also great. Freshly made Chee Chong Fun with eat! Local Dim Sum for breakfast.
And on our drive back, Nyonya Kuih for lunch & next few days breakfast :). We decided to buy some from the store at Jonker street incase we can't find Baba Charlie, the well known kuih wholesaler from home. We bought very single type of kuih from him. Cost us ~ RM37