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  • Restaurant Sin Eng Lock @ Taman Peringit Jaya, Melaka

    Introduction:

    Should you want to try some good food in Malacca, you would probably need a local to take you around. And of course not those commecialised restaurants at the historical town. I mean the real local hidden gem.

    Ambiance:

    Not expecting a grand decor or very comfortable environment. Old school classic kopitiam (coffeeshop) style with foldable tables and plastic chairs. Not too stuffy though, air ventilation considered okay.

    Food:

    The family run restaurant has been around for 35 years or more and they serve awesome home cooked food.


      

    Braised chicken feet with cut chillies and ginger

    One of my favorite grandma dish. We used to prepare this dish together, but she's too old to cook now though. Hardly find one that pleases me but this was pleasing.


    Braised pork with eggs

    Extremely tender braised pork with savorly delicious thick gravy. Flavorful!


       

    Curry Fish Head

    Big portion of fish head prepared with aromatic curry gravy.

    Steam Lala

    Extremely fresh and juicy lala steamed with plenty of ginger, spring onions and or course the traditional Shao Xing wine. Love this very much!


    Wrap up:

    Always crowded especially during lunch hour. Food running out pretty fast, so be there early! Service and serving time is fast.
    Bill came up to: MYR 114.00


    Address:

    Restaurant Sin Eng Lock
    363 A, Taman Peringgit Jaya
    75400 Melaka

    Tel: +603- 2834391


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog- Restaurant Sin Eng Lock, Melaka

  • Tang Shi Fu @ Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall


    Introduction:

    Tang Shi Fu, a middle range Chinese restaurant that can be easily located at the shopping malls in Johor, Kuala Lumpur and Malacca.


    Ambiance:

    Nothing fascinating but a restaurant with modern Chinese settings with a little touch of Chinese paintings and caligraphy. A pretty comfortable restaurant to dine in for a meet up or family outings after a long day shopping at the mall




    Tang Shi Fu @ Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall


    Food & Beverages:

    Tang Shi Fu serves Chinese cuisine and range of nutritious steamed herbalicious soup. The menu covers nourishing dishes, refreshing tonic soups as well as healthy desserts and drinks.

    Set RM 88.00

    Comes with:
    SHIFU Sour Plum Tea
    Nourishing Soup with Ginseng
    Steamed Cod Fish with Dried Scallops and Bei Qi
    Dang Gui Stewed Pork with Rice
    Brocolli with sliced abalone and dried scallop
    Ginkgo with white fungus dessert

         
                     

     
          



    Wrap up:


    Feeling tired? Need some nourishing food for a boost? Tang Shi Fu offers a range of good quality and healthy Chinese cuisines specialising in serving steamed tonic soup and other poultry dishes with herbs too.


    Address:

    http://www.taangshifu.com.my/branchE.html


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog- Tang Shi Fu @ Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall


  • Steam Room @ Sunway Giza Mall, Kota Damansara


    Introduction:

    A restaurant serving a healthier fare? Or a mixture of vice versa! Steam Room, a Chinese restaurant operating in Sunway Giza and Viva Mall and now another one coming up at 1 Mont Kiara.


    Ambiance:

    Expect simple elegant and classic renovation and set up. A perfect restaurant for family gathering with its nothing fancy and comfortable atmosphere.


                                                Steam Room @ Sunway Giza Mall, Kota Damansara


    Food & Beverages:

    The name of the restaurant defines itself. The restaurant serves steamed Chinese Cuisine. Other than this, they serve healthy soup as well as ala carte noodles dishes and Chinese Cuisine

       

    Double Steamed Soup with Chicken and Herbs in whole coconut @ RM 14.30

    Double Steamed Soup with pork ribs and yellow cucumber RM 12.80

    Both soup are light not too oliy yet aromatic. Leaving me feeling nutritious!

       

    Steamed Rice with chicken and pounded ginger @ RM 12.80
    Strong gingery taste that blends extremely well with the marinated minced chicken.

    Steamed Rice with minced pork and preserved cabbage @ RM 12.80

       

    Pork belly with bean curd skin @ RM 16.80
    Not to my liking though.

    HK Choi Sam with Oyster Sauce @ RM 13.80


    Rating: 6/10



    Wrap up:

    A satisfactory dining experience.


    Address:

    Steam Room
    Sunway Giza Mall
    BLK C-8-G,
    NO. 2, JLN PJU 5/14,
    PJU 5, KOTA DAMANSARA,
    47810 PJ, SELANGOR.
    Tel: +603 6141 6608
    Fax: +603 6141 6610

    Website: http://www.steamroom.com.my/


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog-Steam Room @ Sunway Giza Mall, Kota Damansara


  • Restaurant Sek Yuen @ Jalan Pudu, Kuala Lumpur


    Introduction:


    Sek Yuen Restaurant  has been around for 50 years or more and has a huge following- and no wonder for this might easily be rated as one of the famous old chinese restaurants. Funny it seems, there are actually two outlets with the new one just right beside the old restaurant. The difference would only be that the new outlet is with air conditiong. But then again, both outlets are always packed.

    Ambiance:

    An almost no decor restaurant with a vintage feel. The only decor would be their fluorescent signboard which was added in the recent year. Tables and chairs actually remain from the 50's.



                                       Restaurant Sek Yuen @ Jalan Pudu, Kuala Lumpur

    Food & Beverages:

    The restaurant serves Chinese cuisine and dishes prepared on a 100% wood fire- the old cooking style. Promised fresh ingredients at all times.

       

    Stir fried eggs with shark fins
    Aromatically fried, not too greasy with generous amount of pleasant-smokey-woodfire aromatic shark fins.

    Roasted duck (Pei Pa Ngap)
    Stylishly roasted with a half-century recipe. Crispy skin with it's well maintained tenderness. Blended well with the sweet and sour sauce served along.



       

    Stir fried vege with prawns.
    Deliciously fried with succulent prawns.

    Steamed Cod Fish- Ginger soy sauce steamed
    Fresh, juicy and smooth with a natural milky flavour in the palate. Thumbs up!


    Wrap up:

    The bill came out to be RM 109.00. Apologies for no detail price breakdown of the dishes.
    There is no other reason this restaurant is still crowded after more than 50 years.  If you are craving for delicious authentic Chinese cuisine, Sek Yuen would be a good choice. Be early as the restaurant is full as usual and parkings are limited.


    Rating: 7/10


    Address:

    Restaurant Sek Yuen
    313-315, Jalan Pudu, KL
    Tel: 03 9222 9457


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog-Restaurant Sek Yuen @ Jalan Pudu, Kuala Lumpur


  • Yam Rice & Pork Meat Soup @ Restaurant Kok Keong


    Located at the Historical City of Malacca, Restaurant Kok Keong is one of the old renowned restaurants that serves yam rice with pork meat soup.


    Pork meat soup, also known as bak kee in Hokkien is similar to our local famous dish- Bak Kut Teh, a Chinese cuisine popularly served in Malaysia and Singapore.

     

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    Restaurant Kok Keong @ Jalan Kampung Pantai, Malacca
    The restaurant has been serving it's customer for seventy years; now operating by the second generation.

     

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    Pork Meat Soup (Bak Kee) served with yam rice

     

    Pork meat soup features slices of pork belly, flour dipped thin slices of meat and various offal-y bits in a herbal rich broth accompanied with diner's choice of plain rice or yam rice. Yam rice is a good choice though- Yam was indistinct in the rice, but you wouldn't miss it. Rice texture was perfect, fluffy and satisfying and absolutely blends well with the thick, inky aromatic soup.

    Brunching pork meat soup with yam rice on a bright sunny Sunday! A perfect meal before the week ends!



    Address:

    Restoran Kok Keong,
    Jalan Kampung Pantai (one block in from Lorong Hang Jebat)

    Operating Hours:

    730am-2pm and 6pm until the bak kee runs out
    Closed Wednesdays.

     

     

    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog- Flavors of Malacca

     

  • Porridge @ Chop Sam Guan, Jalan Jawa Off Jalan Bunga Raya Malacca


    Should you be travelling to Melaka/Malacca, make visiting vintage restaurants or coffees shops your top must do’s as far as savoring local delicacies are concerned.

     

    Looking for a quick and yet appetizing lunch? Have a look here!

     

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    Porridge lunch @ Chop Sam Guan, Jalan Jawa Off Jalan Bunga Raya Melaka/Malacca offers a variety of tasteful side order dishes.

     

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    Sweet potato porridge and rice with asam pedas fish gravy.

     

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    A medley of small appetizing side dishes we chose- fried prawns with chilli paste, steamed salted vegetables, stir fried chicken with coffee, soup of the day (FOC), asam pedas (sourish and spicy tamarind soup) stingray, braised eggs and fried firm tofu, pork intestine and fried spicy clams. All tastefully prepared! Another bowl of porridge, please?


    Enjoyed the lunching session here! One word of advice, do not leave Malacca without trying out the good.


    Rating: 5/10


    Address:

    Jalan Jawa,
    Off Jalan Kee Ann (Bunga Raya)
    Malacca

    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog- Flavors of Malacca

  • Porridge House 粥之村 @ Melaka Raya


    Am blessed that my siblings love to hunt for good food too! Thanks to my dear brother for taking me to various places for food each time when I am back hometown.

    I have tried to google search and funny it seems as there ain't any post about this restaurant. Unbelievable.

    Well, let me be the first!! Presenting......

     

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    Porridge House 粥之村 @ Melaka Raya

     

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    Minced Pork Porridge RM 4.00 (S), RM 7.00 (M) & RM 10.00 (L)

    Porridge with smooth and consistent texture boiled with tasty marinated minced pork topped with spring and fried onions- Marvelous! The porridge itself is pretty satisfying.


    Porridge house offers 12 different types of porridge-plain porridge, chicken, preserved eggs, double yolk, fish, prawn balls, fresh frog, special seafood, scallop, crabmeat with sharkfins, minced pork, plain porridge and abalone porridge.Pick any of your choices and order some dishes to enjoy with(if you would like too)

    The porridge is good, but with the dishes is even better- because Porridge House serves good food!

     

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    Marmite Chicken & Gong Bou (Spicy) Fried Mantis Prawn- Thumbs up for both!

     

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    Stir fried long beans with salted egg yolk & Spicy fried anchovies- Double thumbs up!

    If you happened to visit Malacca, don't miss Porridge house 粥之村 ! Highly recommended! Apologies for the limited information on the contact details- I shall provide more.

     

    Rating: 7/10


    Address:

    Porridge House 粥之村 @ Melaka Raya
    Shoplots along Taman Melaka Raya,
    75000 Melaka,
    Melaka


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog-Flavors of Malacca

  • Spring Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Malacca

    A brunch session with my brother and sis in law!

    Spring Garden Chinese Restaurant by Tropicana- Tai Thong Group of Restaurants, a traditional Cantonese themed pork-free restaurant.

    And if you prefer a quieter environment, here's a good recommendation! Yea, another favored dim sum restaurant with comfortable Chinese interior with a quieter environment in Malacca besides Dynasty Restaurant at Renaissance hotel Malacca. The other hotels in Malacca are incomparable (currently) - unless you prove me otherwise.


                                Spring Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Malacca

       

    Steamed Siew Mai @ RM 6.30
    Steamed SiChuan Siew Mai @ RM 6.30

       

    Steamed Chicken Feet @ RM 6.30
    Steamed Har Kow @ RM 5.80

       

    Steamed Bean Curd Sheet Roll @ RM 5.30
    Fried Fish Balls @ RM 4.30

       

    Steamed scallop with prawn dumpling @ RM 6.30
    Steamed Cabbage Dumpling with Chinese Herbs @ RM 6.30


    Steamed Shrimps Cheung Fun (Rice Noodle Roll) @ RM 6.30

    Every dim sum ordered taste pretty good, except for the rice noodle roll. The rice noodles layers are too thick and not soft enough.

       

    Double boiled superior soup with black chicken and chinese herbs @ RM 10.00 Nutritious!
    Braised Hot & Sour Sichuan Soup @ RM 10.00 This is to satisfy bro's craving!


    Fried Vermicelli Noodle with seafood and egg @ RM 23.00

    An ordinary plate of fried vermicelli that leaves everyone questioning its excellency! Good one!

    Enjoyed dining here! The pleasant ambiance with air conditioned comfort with satisfying food delights me.


    Rating: 7/10


    Address:


    Spring Garden Chinese Restaurant
    7th Floor,
    No.18 Jalan Syed Abdul Aziz,
    75000 Melaka.

    Tel: +606-292 2933

    Capacity: 100 pax

    Business Hours:

    Mondays - Fridays
    10.30am - 2.30pm
    6.00pm - 10.30pm
    Saturdays, Sundays & Public Holidays 9.00am - 2.30pm


    Website: Spring Garden Chinese Restaurant, Malacca


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog-Spring Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Malacca