Best Burger in Melaka @ Baboon House

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Baboon House freezes time and allows the calm and quaint surrounding to engage dinners with serene and lots of greens and natural sunlight. Upon entering the narrow façade, this restored heritage is not only arty and filled with serenity but at the same time mesmerizing visitors through a time tunnel tracking back to the heritage of this building from its décor. Sit back and venture great gastronomical contentment with some furry friends roaming freely around the open space.

Carefully indulge in every piece of decorative item in this art gallery while embracing the fabulous and almost natural elements along the way. The tranquility is the relaxing diversity when you experience beautiful natural lights as well as water tanks with fishes swimming freely in it.

 

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The only thing tempering my focus at the ambiance was my hunger. Looking at the menu, their best are the gourmet burgers. It was certainly not the best I’ve had but I vouched this as the best in Malacca. It is no doubt that this place ranks #1 on tripadvisor for the entire package prevails to be on top in virtual and spiritual satisfaction of both gastronomic and sight.

 

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The Oriental Chicken Burger (RM 13.80) was carefully prepared and stacked with fine qualities of ingredients, and served with some wedges, and onion rings at the side. I absolutely love the thought of diverse choices instead of the usual wedges or fries options. Baking their own buns, they have one of the best burger buns I’ve had in my gourmet burger voyages so far.

 

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The patty was relevantly good in texture but the use of good and fresh ingredients prepared upon ordering is worth admiration. The freshly cut slices of cucumber and tomato is a very touching gesture. They might not have prepared their sauce right from scratch but the right ratio of sauce in it made the burger divine.

 

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Wedges are seriously good when I had mine. It was almost the best wedges I have ever had, but the onion ring really needs drastic improvisation. It was soft, slightly mushy and not very attractive looking even though the prices for the burger range are unbelievably reasonable.

 

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The Baboon Green Salad is yet another ambrosial indulgence sinfully topped with streaks of pork bacon and chicken pop corn. With options to include feta cheese (RM 16) or without feta cheese for those selective on cheeses (RM 13.50). Alas, it was out of feta cheese when I visit.

 

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I solemnly swear that I would prefer no one picking anything from my plate if I’m ordering this for solo consumption. It was sinfully amazing and pork lovers would go berserk over this plate of salad. I should confess that I would greedily and selfishly want to whack it all by myself and not sharing this with anyone. And to be very honest, there were more meats than vegetables in it. So note to vege lovers, the plants are mostly just simple cucumber and tomato so the rich poultry is solely the pull factor in this one. Tossed with vinaigrette dressing and accompanied by simple toasted bread slice, the serving portion for this one was rather generous.

 

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The Lemonade was indeed perfect in every way including the serving size. The solid ingredient for lemonade was generously permeated into this glass of solution to thirst. It was absolutely perfect during mid day.

 

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Coffee range appeared sufficiently satisfying when it comes to the choices and varieties offered. Alas, my usual tea didn’t appeal to be extravagant, instead just ordinarily decent while showcasing our Cameron Highland tea bags.

 

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The hot tea and coffee uniquely comes with a piece of Klassiske Vaniljekranse (Danish butter cookies) which I doubt is baked by them. Nevertheless it is still a novelty combination amongst most cafes.

 

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Believe me when I vouched this as a must visit place in Melaka. The food is decent; burgers are the best in town, ample extent of coffee choices, and most importantly amazing tranquility from the surrounding. On weekends, aroma of freshly baked on the spot muffins waft in the entire café and would be one amazing experience. Should anyone is interested with the ambiance of this beautiful gallery café; feel free to browse through the internet as there are many which showcased many angles and corners in this café.

 

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Note that this gallery café strictly prohibits photography but is nice enough to still allow visitors taking pictures with them in it of course. Photos taken with no permission are no different from act of stealing and hence I must proclaim that all photos in this post are taken with consent from Roger Soong (the owner) and I hereby thank him for the warm hospitality from his café.

 

The Baboon House is located at:
89, Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock,
75200, Melaka.
Phone: 06-281 4241

 

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16 Responses to “Best Burger in Melaka @ Baboon House”
  1. Peter Holloway says:

    No Longer there

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  2. one of the coolest cafes in malacca right now, and i think it’s very much appreciated by both locals and tourists. i remember on a saturday afternoon a few months back, it was totally packed with people enjoying the nice ambiance here and the good burgers. love your very well-thought-out photos😀

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  3. Choi Yen says:

    Oh my, the salad~~ The meat are much more than the greens ~.~

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  4. Charmaine says:

    Very peaceful and serene place indeed to enjoy great burgers!❤
    I love wedges!!!

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  5. thammelissa says:

    The ambiance is nice. More like nature. Baboon House?! What a name. LOL!
    Baboon Green Salad looks yummy! at least there are more meat than mainly lettuce. hehe…

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  6. KY says:

    the place does look very nice, and melaka is now a rather sweet destination after they fix up the river front, i should go there again some time.😀

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  7. Looks like a nice place. I like the ambience, but no photography? Hmm…

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    • sycookies says:

      Ya. But there are lots circulating already. Simply browse for images on google and there’ll be tones of it. I could have taken more photos but would like to respect the owner hence I didn’t. Well, some images are worth keeping in mind instead of capturing with any devices. I would definitely return for more.

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  8. Ken says:

    Love your shots, they are stunningly beautiful, the cafe seems to have a very cozy ambiance too

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    • sycookies says:

      Thank you Ken, this is really nothing…you should personally visit the place to look at every fine piece of their effort. I did not capture the feel of this place as photographing is not allowed and I totally respect that. So if you ever travel, don’t forget to keep this on your list.

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