Thursday, 22 September 2016

Hoe Kee Chicken Rice @ Jalan Hang Hebat, Malacca.

The second day in Malacca, we visited Jonker Street and spent our time visiting the nearby attractions. Since some of my peers never tried the famous chicken rice balls before. So we decided to stop by Hoe Kee Chicken Rice. Well, since it is a public holiday cum school holiday plus it was weekend. Imagine the queue. 
The other famous chicken rice shop also have a long queue near the bridge. Since those who never tried before, they don't mind to wait for the long queue.

Food that we savour:

Food that we ordered
Assam Fish Head - RM27
One of our peers is not really fancy of chicken, so we ordered Assam fish head for her. And of course we get to savour it as well. It's a bit spicy for my peers. The fish head is fresh and they love the assam gravy.
Stir fry Beijing Cabbage - RM5
Chicken, chicken livers, chicken giblets and cucumbers for 4 persons serve
I would said that they are very generous with their serving. Actually, we had 5 persons dinning but we opt for 4 persons serving as we ordered Assam fish head. And it just cost us RM28 for this big chicken platter.
The chicken is very tender and soft. So as to the chicken livers and giblets. 
Chicken Rice Balls
There are about 15 chicken rice balls. Which cost us RM4.50. So it's about RM0.30 per chicken rice ball. Overall, we still prefer their loose rice over their chicken rice balls.

FoOd PaRaDiSe verdict:

The shop is very clean. The service is very attentive and systematic. They will take your order while you line up. As for the food vice, we still prefer the chicken loose rice over the chicken balls. Love the tender chicken textures and also the chicken livers and giblets.

Thursday, 15 September 2016

Restoran Atlantic One @ Jalan Portugis (Jalan Kubu), Malacca.

During a recent trip to Malacca with my peers, we were scheduled to stop by 
Restoran Atlantic One
Address: 78 Jalan Portugis (Jalan Kubu), 75050 Malacca.
Tel: 012 -6719993/ 012-3579388
Business Hour: Tuesday to Wednesday 11am to 4pm
Thursday to Sunday 11am to 4pm, 6pm to 10pm
Closed on Monday

Food that we savour:

Tauhu Tempra
Its a bit crispy of the outer bean curd but it is very soft and silky inside. And it was sprinkle with deep fried shallots, sprinkle spring onion and deep with their special soya gravy.
Rendang Chicken
Nonya Chap Choi (Vegetables)
If you are vege lover, you will love this dish very much. It consists of cabbage, carrot, assorted mushrooms, black fungus and etc.
Lady Finger with sambal
We love their lady finger very much and the sambal goes well with the lady finger.
Cincalok Egg
Love the hot plate cincalok egg very much. When you bite on the egg you can savour the cincalok inside. It is not salty at all. 
Sambal winged beans with prawn and sotong
Have a nice combination of sambal winged beans with prawn and sotong. Not too spicy at all.
Assam Pedas Fish
The assam pedas fish is a bit spicy compares to other dishes. But my peers love the assam pedas gravy. The fish is very fresh and nice in texture.

Desserts that we savour:

Cendol
We wrap up our meal with the cendol. The good thing about this shop's cendol is you can add gula melaka according to your liking as you like. 

FoOd PaRaDiSe verdict:

Overall, we were happy with the food that were served in this restaurant. They also sell the sambal for RM15. I would recommend that you give it a try. It is very delicious. If you would like to savour the food, i recommend that you better give them a call for reservation as the time we dined in were fully booked. 
*Sorry for the pictures as were taken with friend camera.

Thursday, 8 September 2016

Penang Street Roti Jala & Roti Jala @ Penang Street, Penang.

Actually, in Penang there are lot of stalls situated in different streets in Penang.
During one weekday morning, hubby and I drop by Penang street to savour some local delicacies. We stopped by:
Penang Street Famous Roti Canai and Roti Jala
Preparing Roti Canai in action
Roti kosong
Hubby normally will tell them to make the roti kosong "garing". As we preferred very crispy textures.
Roti Canai Bawang Telur
Sometime I will opt for roti telur but at this stall its serves with onion as well. The texture of the roti telur served here is very crispy too!
Apart from the roti canai, roti canai bawang telur, they also serve roti Jala. But unfortunately we were quite full and did not ordered that for a try!
Next to the Penang Street Famous roti canai and roti Jala, they serve Nasi Lemak, drinks, bread toast and egg.
Preparing nasi lemak in action
Nasi lemak bungkus
Nasi Lemak
While we were there, they just started to serve the hot pipping Nasi Lemak. That's why we can't resist to give it a try. They are so generous with their nasi lemak sauce. Quite a good try with this stall nasi lemak. 
I just love the simple Nasi Lemak ingredients - sauce ( Nasi Lemak sauce), egg, peanuts and anchovies.
Teh Tarik
We usually will order the tea with less sugar. The tea served here is pipping hot with a nice tea and spice aroma. I believed that they serve us masala tea. 
They also served ginger milk, milk and coffee as well. 
Overall, hubby and I enjoyed our early morning at this stall. And we were fortunate as when we about to leave, there are lot of customers flocking in. Most I believed were those who worked nearby Penang street.
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