Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Malacca Trip, Day Two, Part Two

(This is the last part of my Malacca Trip)

After having breakfast at 88 The Museum Cafe, I walked around Jonker Street looking for nice local snacks. Then I found one: Gu Pong Enterprise.

The shop's signboard

The Pineapple Tarts tasted great. For RM13 a box containing two layers of Pineapple Tarts, it is ratherly reasonable and delicious.

The shop is located @ 136, Jalan Hang Jebat, 75000, Melaka.

These Pineapple Tarts are made using Butter, instead of the traditional Margarine. Butter makes it taste softer and more fragrance.

After buying the Pineapple Tarts, I continued walking around Jonker Street, and I walked pass these Association buildings.

This is the Teo Chew Association building.

Got some Gula Melaka.

After that, I went to Bukit Berendam for good Chicken Rice Balls @ Restoran Huang Chang Chicken Rice.

The signboard from across the road.

The signboard after zooming in.

Hai Nan Chicken Rice Balls.

Their very own chilli. It tastes great!

1/2 of a Steamed Chicken. The meat is soft and tender. It goes well with the chilli.

The Chicken Rice Ball. It is sticky enough to stick as a ball and it wont break easily, very tasty.

Second plate of 1/2 of a Steamed Chicken.

This trip was more of a Eating Trip, so there was less visiting.

Also See:
Malacca Trip, Day One, Part One
Malacca Trip, Day One, Part Two
Malacca Trip, Day Two, Part One


Anonymous said...

I love pineapple tarts...and recently had a box from Malacca :) What was memorable about Malacca was my visit to the Baba and Nyonya museum..which was actually a home converted into a museum...lovely. I am not big fan of the chicken rice balls though...the ones I tried were abit too moist and I don't really like wet rice.

madmoz said...

pineapple tarts from jonker street rock. so sweet,so flaky, so mahal :)

dun really like the chicken ball rice either, i think they put nasi pulut in it as in dumplings - a big yuck for me.