Besides chicken rice balls and satay celup, another thing one shouldn't miss is of course Nyonya food whenever you are in Melaka.
After our visit to Baba Nyonya Heritage, we hop on for lunch off Jonker Street at Nancy's Kitchen.
We do not want something heavy, so I ordered a bowl of nyonya laksa.
My bowl of Nyonya laksa was really mouthwatering, where the "lemak" is just nice and fragantly mix with the noodles, fish balls, taupoh and vege. Simply delicious!! RM4.
We also ordered belacan fried rice, which turns out to be tasty, but nothing much to shout about. RM6.
The fried squid is crispy and nicely battered, perfect for those who loves squid and fried food.RM10.
Last but not least, my favourite dessert, cendol to cool off.
Perfect! I simply love the gula melaka fragant!!!RM2.50
Not to forget to grab some Nyonya kuih sold at Nancy's Kitchen. I bought the ondeh ondeh -was really really superb!!
There's spread of nyonya kuih, pineapple tarts, cakes, and even home made chili paste available.
Overall, the meal was satisfactory!
7, Jalan Hang Lekir,
Off Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lok, 75000, Melaka.
Tel: 06- 283 6099