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Yu Jiao Me (Melaka)

 

When it comes to food, it is almost impossible to pick the best. Only what’s best to you or what’s best to her or him. Food is always subjective and there can never be right or wrong. I do however have an issue when business owners serve food without passion. And when a business runs for decades, there must be beauty in it whether you see it or not. Yu jiao Me is one that has expertly withstood the test of time for whatever reasons it is. I like it that it is simple and modest, and auntie is friendly. Smiles are everywhere and whatever plays on their choice of FM accompanies your meal time. Only a handful of choices available from both the stalls within the coffee shop – noodles or rice. Skipping rice this time around, we put noodles to our table. Egg noodle in wantan new was decently good without lumping and with no sticky starch coating the strands of noodle, and tasty char siew meat quite almost a little smoky in aroma, but really lack the vegetables. It seriously got me wondering as to why they are even bothered to even go through the trouble to put the two leaves onto the noodle? Laksa on the other hand didn’t appeal to me. It does deliver on this much-loved classic: the big, deep bowl has a rich broth, a good measure of coconut creaminess, puffy tofu, a good handful of beansprout and a nice warm hit of chilli that won’t break your taste buds mainly because of the heavy dose of sugar. I wish there were more kick to the laksa broth. They throw in fish balls and charsiew which would also appear in the rest of the noodle items on the menu but that’s good because it will then be fresh all the time.

 

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I wouldn’t mind eating here out of convenient but to return on purpose would have to take more than just comfort wantan noodle and their overly sweet laksa.

 

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Yu jiao me is located at:
75, Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, Taman Kota Laksamana, 75300 Melaka.
GPS: 2.1987636,102.239848

 

There is a really delicious fish ball noodle just right next to this one called the Oriental Noodle. Anyone could probably tell who wins the heart of noodle lovers, just by looking at the crowd in both this side by side coffee shop.

 

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Anchor Food Professionals Malaysia x Hungry Bear @ Melaka

 

Some of the finest producers come together at the Pizzart campaign to once again bring patrons and customers an amazing food experience. Featuring dishes from some of the best restaurants, plus four pizza inventions specially created by Anchor Food Professionals Malaysia, the Taste of Anchor Food Professionals presents cheesy festive edition, and a whole new level of global food trends in the local scene.

 

Fonterra’s leading dairy foodservices segment, Anchor Food Professionals celebrate this festive season with lots of cheese melting and pulling, as well as lots of meats and a true satisfaction of pizza indulgence. As well as the participating kitchens, though, hungry punters can also look forward to supermarket and groceries where they can stock up on some of the finest ingredients in town.

 

14.Anchor Food Professionals Malaysia

 

If you’d like to taste what these fine ingredients can do to your cooking and baking, look no further. Here’s what I had when I went down south and sampled some pretty gorgeous pizzas at Hungry Bear in Melaka. This exclusive blogger preview shared the same session of the house pizza eating challenge. Some of the participants were really young and boy it was super cute watching juniors eating so seriously. Made me wonder what had them signing up to eating challenge at the first place?

 

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2.Anchor Food Professionals Malaysia
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5.Anchor Food Professionals Malaysia

 

Nevertheless, the contestants probably enjoy the pizza a lot like how I enjoyed it. Director of Anchor Food Professionals Malaysia, Ms Linda Tan was present at the occasion and has spoken about how the brand taps into their New Zealand- based research and going beyond their role as consultants to keep partner restaurants and clients. I don’t deny the taste of these amazing creations. My favourite is the Cheese Pretzza with options of minced chicken and despite naming it pretz, it is made with their pizza dough incorporated with Anchor Extra Yield Cooking Cream, and shaped into gorgeous pretz and meticulously filled with fillings in every single bite. Be ready to taste Anchor Cream Cheese, Anchor Shredded Mozzarella Cheese, Anchor Colby and Cheddar Cheese; and cleverly pairing this with their house carbonara sauce as dipping sauce, this one I don’t mind having it again.

 

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8.Anchor Food Professionals Malaysia

 

Also sampling the Masala Pizza Rolls (RM 29.80), these inventive pizzas are definitely cool in not only the taste, but thoughtfully the size and shapes of it. Fun sized pizza filed and loaded with Anchor Shredded Mozarella Cheese, Anchor Shredded Parmesan Cheese and Anchor Colby and Cheddar Cheese along Masala meat and spinach, it was not the only thing that’s impressive. I’ve had the regular pizzas and they are good for pizza lovers. Tomyum flavour in particular really stands out with the spike of sharp tang and spicy.

 

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10.Anchor Food Professionals Malaysia
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13.Anchor Food Professionals Malaysia

 

Hungry Bear is located at:
G1 & G2, BB Bazaar, Jalan Delima 2,
Taman Kerjasama, 75450
Bukit Beruang, Melaka
Tel: 06-231 2828
Opens: Monday – Sunday (9am-10pm)
GPS: 2.245645,102.2727865
Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/hungrybear

 

Hungry Bear isn’t the only outlet with these artisanal pizzas by the Anchor Food Professionals Malaysia. It is also available at U Pizzeria in Subang, Selangor Pizza House in Bandar Utaman, Pizza 185 in Bandar Puchong Jaya, The Butcher’s Table in PJ, US Pizza in Bayan Lepas & Georgetown, Penang and Bukit Mertajam, and Mustard Sandwich house and Food & Desire in Ipoh, Perak. In Johor, head to Finale Kitchen Bar, and Kota Kinabalu, at The Chubs Grill and mad Ben Café. Also, in Sarawak, the Osome Wood Fired Pizza, Chillax Café & Bistro and Bistecca & Bistro.

 

Have a Cheessy festive celebration.

 

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Street Eats: Melaka- Gor Hiong (5 spice)/ Prawn Crackers @ Jalan Tun Perak

 

When it comes to food obsession in Melaka, you definitely don’t need the disposable income for best restaurants because street food is your saviour. All the cheap eats of exceptional flavour and experience served either in dinky plastics and paper wraps are the best experience to dive into the local eating habits and food culture. The city is also blessed with well preserved heritage and is listed as UNESCO world heritage site in 2008, making this a wonderful place to visit at a convenient distance of less than 2 hours car ride from city centre Kuala Lumpur.

 

Malacca street eats - gor hiong

 

The locals are blessed with all sorts of food and the best are on the street because they carry the roots of origin and history. Gor Hiong (5 spice) here, also known as Prawn Crackers snack in Melaka is in fact a combine mixture of fried taukua, fried fish ball, some kuih and cucumber cuts with the star item, the prawn cracker. If anyone remembers my post sometime ago, I love the moving stall in Jalan Bunga Raya because on top of all these, that one run by a more senior owner offers fried fish roe as well. Comparatively to this one here, that also crown champion when it comes to their prawn crackers and portion. What may looked simple and ordinary is in fact one of the most addictive snack for anytime of the day.

 

 

I happened to drop by spontaneously because the foodie gene in me was telling me that something delicious is happening by the roadside as I curiously checked them out. Without a business name, this vendor sells only one kind of snack and business was very good when I decided to join the crowd. Watch the footage and you’ll know what I mean.

 

Street Eats: Melaka- Gor Hiong (5 spice)/ Prawn Crackers @ Jalan Tun Perak

 

The pack of gor hiong snack must go with their chili and sweet sauce combo that comes with a sprinkle of sesame. Every piece of ingredients is cut into bite sizes and with the dip of the spicy sweet dipping sauce, is the gate to happiness.

 

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This mobile stall usually operates along :
Jalan Tun Perak, Kampung Enam
GPS : 2.2089229, 102.2427603
(Can also look for ‘kedai ubat i-hua’)

 

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Bica & Co @ Rosa Melaka

 

It is not uncommon that the expectations are instantly elevated by at least a 30 percent whenever a place is glamorous and impressive looking from the outside. We would usually expect a pleasant experience in whole but unfortunately, that is not always the case. Well at least not for this new establishment in Melaka. 

1. Bica and Co Rosa Hotel Melaka

2.Bica and Co Rosa Hotel Melaka

3.Bica and Co Rosa Hotel Melaka

 

First stop is that beautiful common lounge next to the lift that takes you to the front desk. With a bare bricked wall that goes all the way up to the ceiling and decorations within the space of maximal concepts, this sure is the popular instagram spot. 

 

Both the cafe and reception counter share a single first floor and the staffs are all polite and impressively friendly all the way through. Pay a visit to the courtyard as well but take note that dining at the courtyard is reserved as a privilege for in-house guests. 

4.Bica and Co Rosa Hotel Melaka

5.Bica and Co Rosa Hotel Melaka

6.Bica and Co Rosa Hotel Melaka

 

The menu focuses on the mainstream selection from pasta to sandwiches and salads to some roast and stews. Bica Chicken Club Sandwich (RM 22) promises baked chicken, egg, avocado, Cheddar, tomato, cucumber, and coriander aioli and as good as the combination would have sounded, I really wish I could say the same about the taste. To begin, there is no avocado in it. Also, there’s zero effort in properly assembling the sandwich but I guess we have no issues eating it deconstructed. 

7.Bica and Co Rosa Hotel Melaka

 

Thankfully, Soup of the day (RM 12) happen to be freshly preped mushroom soup with cheese croutons and this one clearly shines bright and instantly becomes the winner upon the first sip. Everyone at the table agreed to this and if I know the locals well, this one is most likely a tip-top quality for them because mushroom soup out of a can has always been common and well accepted for as long as I could recall.  

8.Bica and Co Rosa Hotel Melaka

 

At a second visit, we were seriously amazed by the texture and the taste of what may have looked decent but tasted unimpressively bland. Their rendition of Chicken Fettuccine Carbonara (RM 28) pasta maybe overcooked on purpose to tune to mass crowd, but I did not check with the kitchen on this. And I quote what Constance said – “what is even more amazing is that the bacon is tasteless as well”. I couldn’t agree more on it. It’s chicken bacon by the way.  

9.Bica and Co Rosa Hotel Melaka

 

Last and of course not least, some greens to complete the review. So I went ahead with the Bica House Salad(RM 18) which turned out underwhelming and horrendously terrible in my opinion. One doesn’t need to know the best recipe for salads to be serving a good bowl of salad, for the least they could have done is to not serve them with any wilted leaves. Half the romaine lettuces on my bowl have got brown perimeter and that certainly is not impressive at all. 

10.Bica and Co Rosa Hotel Melaka

 

We were also dubious with the Rose and Pistachio cake (RM 18) because apart from being pretty and instagramworthy, it’s really nothing more just pretty and instagramworthy. 

11.Bica and Co Rosa Hotel Melaka

 

Like many other coffee houses in Melaka, Illy Coffee is your caffeine source but forget about getting your beautiful art though. Both Cafe Latte (RM 12) and Hot Chocolate (RM 13) were visually boring, so I recommend tea or juices over coffee. Freshly squeezed juice (RM 18) or Chamomile Tea (RM 10) and even the blueberry cheese cake will be your “risk-free” choices so if you want to lounge at this pretty ambiance. I enjoyed my Grapefruit juice.  

Bica&Co Café @ Rosa Boutique Lifestyle Hotel (Melaka)

13.Bica and Co Rosa Hotel Melaka

14.Bica and Co Rosa Hotel Melaka

15.Bica and Co Rosa Hotel Melaka

16.Bica and Co Rosa Hotel Melaka

 

There is no evidence to confirm pleasant ambiance adding to pleasant food experience but one thing for sure, Bica and Co could really use some extra effort with their food in order to have such surmise confirmed.  

17.Bica and Co Rosa Hotel Melaka

 

Take note that there is a menu revamping in between my two visits so don’t forget to click into flickr album HERE for their MENU and more photos of this review. 

18.Bica and Co Rosa Hotel Melaka

 

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Bica and Co Café is located in Rosa Boutique Lifestyle Hotel at Melaka at:
212, Jalan Parameswara,
Kampung Bandar Hilir, 75000 Melaka
Phone: +60 6-281 9888
GPS: 2.1889511,102.258576
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bicaandco

 

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Calanthe Art Café – 13 States Coffee, Melaka (Jonker Street)

Calanthe Art Café – 13 States Coffee, Melaka (Jonker Street)

 

Some things are best kept secret. But here at the Calanthe art in Melaka, the greens and beautiful plants that are hidden from the view from the facade is where you can dine in at cosy ambience and at the same time keeping your feeding frenzy from prying eyes are literally all over social medias since they started operating years ago. With a nature inspired garden sanctuary, there are pebbles and plants and natural ray of sunlight coming through the high ventilating attic of the heritage building, it remains a beautiful place to visit in Melaka. Especially, when they are being well known to be serving local coffee from all 13 states of Malaysia all under one roof- and not just any roof but a beautiful one.

 

1.Calanthe Art Café – 13 States Coffee, Melaka (Jonker Street)
2.Calanthe Art Café – 13 States Coffee, Melaka (Jonker Street)
3.Calanthe Art Café – 13 States Coffee, Melaka (Jonker Street)

 

Every corner is eye candy and one can spend hours in this gallery cum café without realizing how fast time passes by. Packed with vintage collectibles and stocked with colourful paintings, this is absolutely worthy of a visit in Jonker Street.

 

4.Calanthe Art Café – 13 States Coffee, Melaka (Jonker Street)
5.Calanthe Art Café – 13 States Coffee, Melaka (Jonker Street)
6.Calanthe Art Café – 13 States Coffee, Melaka (Jonker Street)

 

If there is any difficulty at all to decide, there is a brief description on coffee of each state although I was really hopping that they would include taste profile as well. All in all, most importantly it’s the mood at that very moment when you are at the cafe. I’ve personally tried a couple of them and I do like the Melaka coffee in some ways but I’m going to be very honest that I’ve not tried all 13 states to crown this one as the best. Serving is very authentically local – with our kopitiam cup, and playfully accompanied by a piece of cracker to go with your coffee. Of course there are non caffeine beverages as well. On a hot afternoon, fruit slush is da bomb.

 

7.Calanthe Art Café – 13 States Coffee, Melaka (Jonker Street)
10.Calanthe Art Café – 13 States Coffee, Melaka (Jonker Street)
Calanthe Art Café – 13 States Coffee, Melaka (Jonker Street)
9.Calanthe Art Café – 13 States Coffee, Melaka (Jonker Street)

 

Forget about their food though. The cafe is wedged between too many delicious temptations. Some with plenty of assortment and varieties, and some that comes with plenty of history; it is never a wise move to fill up your quota with the food here. Creamy Curry Butter Chicken is not as disappointed as their desert, in contrary it was surprisingly tasty to my liking; this one is easy to get approval or even an applause with their chicken pieces being tenderly pleasant. But still not a strong pull factor to dine in.

 

11.Calanthe Art Café – 13 States Coffee, Melaka (Jonker Street)
12.Calanthe Art Café – 13 States Coffee, Melaka (Jonker Street)

 

If it is a leisure trip to Melaka and you have extra time to spare, Calanthe Art café is a great place to taste local coffee. The only thing you should worry about is whether you can handle all 13 cups of coffee. Or not, you’ll be battling to pick a state.
13.Calanthe Art Café – 13 States Coffee, Melaka (Jonker Street)

 

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Calanthe art Café is located at:
11, Jalan Hang Kasturi, 75200 Melaka, Malaysia
9am- 11pm , Closed Thursdays
Phone: +60 6-292 2960
GPS: 2.1953874,102.2472368
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/calantheartcafe/

 

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Pantree in Justlife Organic shop @ Semabok, Melaka

The Pantree Melaka (Semabok)

 

Melaka town is so small and with all the social networking, one may think that there is probably no secret in the city. As much as we love the Jonker street and merry crowd on festive and holiday seasons, we all sometimes need a bit of quiet and peacefulness. It could be the reason for why it’s been under the hat but health enthusiast probably are already aware of this place that’s been running below the radar for close to about a year now.

 

2.Pantree in Justlife Organic shop @ Semabok, Melaka
12.Pantree in Justlife Organic shop @ Semabok, Melaka

 

Tucked inside a common looking shop lot in a rather new developed enclave in Semabok Melaka, The pantry deserves more than this clandestine operation that runs with probably less than 10 seats or so to cater dine ins, and table bar with open pantry kitchen just enough for essentials like simple oven and tiny stove.

 

1.Pantree in Justlife Organic shop @ Semabok, Melaka
3.Pantree in Justlife Organic shop @ Semabok, Melaka
4.Pantree in Justlife Organic shop @ Semabok, Melaka

 

Serving assorted breads made with natural live yeast (yes, they rare their own yeast- now are you impressed or what?) and organic flour, the menu changes regularly but they generally bakes wholewheat, foccacia, bagels, and many more. On the menu today, there is Chai cake as well. I pair them with Soy Matcha Latte (RM 13) and although taking relatively longer than standard cafe serving time, the zen and books keeps a good company so it doesn’t quite feel too dreadful. Put aside your mobile phone, pick up any book or magazines on their shelf and enjoy the ambiance as you take some time off the hustle and bustle in the city life.

 

5.Pantree in Justlife Organic shop @ Semabok, Melaka
6.Pantree in Justlife Organic shop @ Semabok, Melaka

 

Seasonal beans for coffee drinks are available but really, this is the rare occasion that coffee didn’t quite get my attention this time around. Instead, natural Red Grape Juice Kefir (RM 12) triggered my curiosity. The lovely tangy sweet, plus the goodness of Kefir is like a healthier and pricier (for a good reason) version of ribena drink resemblance.

 

7.Pantree in Justlife Organic shop @ Semabok, Melaka

 

Otherwise, tea is available if you are feeling like tea. We had Chamomile Pot (RM 12) and being the nice and friendly Malaccan, there is no restriction to how many serving cups or how many times of refilling are allowed. The staff simply just asks how many cups we wanted for our pot of tea and viola! We are sharing a pot of tea in one of its kind handmade tea cups. They are so pretty I couldn’t resist asking if they are for sale. Don’t say I didn’t share this. You can totally buy them!

 

9.Pantree in Justlife Organic shop @ Semabok, Melaka
8.Pantree in Justlife Organic shop @ Semabok, Melaka

 

For as assorted sourdough combination, go ahead and order the Bread Platter (RM 12) served with rosella jam and balsamic vinegar in olive oil dip. This one puts together a couple of bread slices and is the most perfect way to introduce artisan bread to the local. While the state is rich in heritage and cultural influences on breads are pretty much embedded with fluffy white bread as staple instead of tough and chewy ones, artisan bread is going to take longer than we expected to be accepted as fuel food.

 

11.Pantree in Justlife Organic shop @ Semabok, Melaka

 

Pantree definitely earned applauses for their effort and ambiance but I sure hope for consistency and a slight improvement on some of their bread. Focaccia here might need a little extra rise and probably a little more olive oil for a crispier crust.

 

10.Pantree in Justlife Organic shop @ Semabok, Melaka

 

And to the folks of Melaka, their organic supplies are decent if not complete with rich varieties. Eating organic is not only beneficial to the health but also helping Mother Nature in a long run. Watch this quick video to see more of Pantree and the organic supplies in Justlife.

 

 

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Pantree is located within Justlife Organic shop at:
No 9, Jalan PS 3,
Plaza Semabok 75050 Melaka
Business Hour: Tuesday- Saturday (10am- 6pm)
https://www.facebook.com/pantreemelaka
Tel: 60174017427
GPS: 2.1949279,102.265803

 

 

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The Fat Bee by Backlane Cafe @ The Jetty, Melaka

 

The Fat Bee Café at the Jetty (Melaka) is this modern European restaurant by the renowned Backlane Café. Currently they are serving amazing choices of food selection, alongside with booze on the menu to pair with your food. With their location close to the seaside at the jetty, and glass panels to usher plenty of natural light into the cafe, this place is absolutely quite a scorer and great when it comes to cafe vibes.

 

The Fat Bee @ The Jetty, Melaka

The Fat Bee @ The Jetty, Melaka

1.The Fat Bee @ The Jetty, Melaka

2.The Fat Bee @ The Jetty, Melaka

 

Range of dishes showcased plenty of effort on western dishes and a good amount on the classic local signatures. Making the most out of humble ingredients, the Fat Bee’s Nasi Lemak (RM 16) is considered a good way to represent Malaysia cuisine in the taste of Melaka- the beautiful plate of fragrant coconut rice with the usual toppings. Fried anchovies and peanuts add crunch; the freshly sliced cucumber offers freshness, and the sambal provides that extra kick that is not overwhelming, especially when eating it with that glowing sunshine egg!

 

The Fat Bee @ The Jetty, Melaka

 

Not crazy about rice? Order the Vietnamese Beef Noodle (RM 16.90), served with refreshing herbs that highlights all the aroma to make the dish light and easy to consume.

 

The Fat Bee @ The Jetty, Melaka
The Fat Bee @ The Jetty, Melaka

 

On their western offerings, I tried the Stuffed Chicken Leg (RM 26) and this prawn and chicken stuffing nicely accompanied by pretty sides. The simplest thing to do to a side potato dish, obviously, is to mash it up and put it on a plate. But to decide on purple sweet potato really hits the sweet spot.

 

The Fat Bee @ The Jetty, Melaka

 

For snacking or communal eating, there are interesting offerings but not one is to my liking.Korean Fried Chicken (RM 16.50) were served without any pickled sides and Sauteed Baby Octopus (RM 15) strangely came with dijon mustard. Truffle Fries (RM 15) is almost dull with very little truffle, almost close to none existing, so if you must have fries at this point of your visit, then I suggest you drop by Mcdonald’s drive through on your way here.

 

The Fat Bee @ The Jetty, Melaka

The Fat Bee @ The Jetty, Melaka
The Fat Bee @ The Jetty, Melaka

The Fat Bee @ The Jetty, Melaka

 

The Western fare also showcased Homemade Pasta and Pizzas. Mushroom Pasta (RM 21) was delicious with that generous fresh shitake, button mushroom, enoki, and porchini. Best choice for mushroom lovers.Duck and Apple Pizza (RM 25) spreads smoked duck, apple, and caramelized onion and held together with generous melted cheese.

 

The Fat Bee @ The Jetty, Melaka

The Fat Bee @ The Jetty, Melaka

 

For a sweet closure to this lovely meal, don’t forget to go for their cakes. They come from the Backlane cafe but we cannot be too reassured of its quality- some were not very fresh and because they all looked pretty, it can be deceiving. Make sure to double check with their staffs the arrival date of their sweet treats.

 

The Fat Bee @ The Jetty, Melaka

The Fat Bee @ The Jetty, Melaka

The Fat Bee @ The Jetty, Melaka

 

On the beverage list, there is a list of espresso press with no professional barista to brew; Latte flat white (RM 11), Long Black (RM 7.50), Iced Hazelnut Latte (RM 12) ; overpriced juices with fancy names – Fat Bee’s Favourite (RM 12) for a combination of apple orange grapefruit, and lemon, Sexy Betty (RM 13) for a mix of carrot, orange, apple, beetroot, and lemon; as well as some serious attempt to concoct – Honey Aloe Vera (RM 8.50).

 

The Fat Bee @ The Jetty, Melaka

The Fat Bee @ The Jetty, Melaka

 

I’d say we stick to the booze – a decent red or white house wine, or a short list of bottled beers to choose from.

 

The Fat Bee @ The Jetty, Melaka

The Fat Bee @ The Jetty, Melaka

 

Still, with a diverse delight on their food menu as well as their notorious dessert bar, his place currently earned the top spot amongst all the contemporary eateries in Melaka to date.

 

The Fat Bee @ The Jetty, Melaka

 

The Fat Bee is located at:
The Jetty, No 12A
Jalan Syed Abdul Aziz
75000 Melaka
Tel:606-2833696
Business Hours: Sunday- Thursday 11am-12am, Friday- Saturday 11 am – 1am
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thehungrybeemelaka/
GPS: 2.1868936,102.24787

 

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