Eat and Drink Melaka : Durian Cendol @ San Shu Gong

 

The new Eat and Drink Melaka chapter doesn’t take us far from the Jonker Street as well. Having published a few before this and getting some positive responses that it is helpful, I think I’ll post a bit more frequently from now on. When visiting Melaka, food is always something on top of the list when travelling in the city. Alas, the best is hidden at various corners all over Melaka. If you have only a few days to eat it all, you’ve got to go with the ones within a close proximate from one another. That way, you’ll get to savour all the good local food.

 

1.@san su kong

 

San Shu Gong is this awesome local delicacy shop where you get everything you’ll ever hunt for in Melaka. There are dodol, pineapple tarts, biscuits, and confectionery as well as some fancy caffeine and non caffeine beverages that is revolutionised for the younger generation as well as fellow tourists. But the Cendol would be something so conveniently commercialised for fellow tourists. To be very honest, the local natives would hardly have cendol at this place but they make it so tourist friendly at location so geographically strategic it is difficult to pass on them.

 

3.@san su kong (13)

 

The two storey building is right at the junction of the famous Jonker Street it would be rather difficult to not see them.

 

2.@san su kong (19)

 

A lot of the time, it is packed with tourists that are busy shopping for gifts. The assorted confectionery makes perfect souvenirs. The cendol counter on the other hand is usually filled with lots of students most of the time.

 

4.@san su kong (8)

 

I guess the design, and packaging as well as the marketing has vouched their popularity and thus ranking them at number 75 out of 192 restuarants in Melaka on the Tripadvisor . Not to mention the beautiful view within and around the building.

 

5.@san su kong (14)
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8.@san su kong (12)

 

The famous Durian cendolhere is not easily found anywhere else and therefore is like a bonus for the durian lovers. So instead of the usual cendol, imagine a mix of durian in it.

 

9.@san su kong (15)
10.@san su kong (6)

 

The cendol is refreshingly delicious especially on one of those hot days. With fresh coconut milk and gula melaka, the cendol is absolutely stunning with awesome mix of texture from the ingredients in the cendol.

 

11.@san su kong (17)

 

The San Shu Gong is located at :
33, Jalan Hang Jebat,
75200 Melaka.
Tel: 06-282 8381
Opening Hours: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm (Daily)

 

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Read previous ‘Eat and Drink Melaka’ chapters to find out what and where to eat in Melaka here:

 

Eat and Drink Melaka : Melaka’s Mille Crepe @ Nadeje

Eat and Drink Melaka :Cheng Ho Tea House

Eat and Drink Melaka : River Grill @ Casa Del Rio

Eat and Drink Melaka : Authentic Hainanese Chicken Rice Ball

Eat and Drink Melaka : Tea Break with Snacks on Wheels when touring Melaka

Eat and Drink Melaka : Famosa Chicken Rice Ball

Eat and Drink Melaka : Craziest Satay Celup in town

Eat and Drink Melaka : Cooling off the heat @ Jonker Street

Eat and Drink Melaka : On the Spot Baking and Selling @ Jonker Street

Eat and Drink Melaka : Best Hee Kiaw Mee in Town

Eat and Drink Melaka : Take Home your Favourite Satay Celup Sauce!

 

 

 

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19 Responses to “Eat and Drink Melaka : Durian Cendol @ San Shu Gong”
  1. Hi colleagues, good paragraph and pleasant urging commented here, I am genuinely enjoying by
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  2. Choi Yen says:

    I’ve stop by here for some air-cond on my last visit, should buy some durian cendol too >.<

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  3. The Yum List says:

    Oh dear, Cendol + durian… I don’t think I could… 🙂

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  4. CleverMunkey says:

    OVERRATED! Didn’t like it. Too sweet even for a sweet tooth person like me. Haha… but the chicken rice ball across the street is good!

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  5. Camy says:

    OMG! Durian + cendol? never try before leh :O

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    • sycookies says:

      Do you like durian? I don’t but I find this totally acceptable. I think, common in Melaka. Maybe there are some in klang valley too. I’m not too sure.

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  6. thammelissa says:

    Wenever I go Jonker Street..I sure to drop by 3 Suk Gong for their durian cendol. Something different. 😉

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  7. suituapui says:

    Yummmm!!! Never tried that! I had pulut with cendol in Kedah though. Nice too.

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  8. Eunice says:

    u always go melacca one ah? I went there 2 times already think that it’s super boring… haha..niway.. the cendol looks gooooood!

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  9. feel like having one of it now especially during this kind of super hot weather!!

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  10. oooh, i don’t think this outlet existed back when i was growing up in malacca. looks great … the architecture is impressive, naturally, and the cendol sounds like a delight during our current hot weather! 😀

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