Since we were super exhausted after being out the whole day on Day 1 and due to the insufficient sleep on the night before, we woke up slightly late that morning and took our sweet time to prepare ourselves, headed out to Malacca Town around 10-ish.
First itinerary of the day would definitely be breakfast! Kew brought us to try Malacca Dim Sum YUMS The place is still packed with patrons of all age when we arrived. Then one of the worker brought us a tray of hot steaming dimsum to choose once we were seated.
Warning: This is a non-halal post.
|Dimsum for three!|
Century egg porridge topped with chopped spring onions and fried shallots (: Preferably one of the best I've ever tastes, the texture of the porridge is perfect to my liking!
|Dimsum wouldn't be complete without Siew Mai (minced pork dumplings)|
|Fried prawn dumplings, I like this the most. Crispy and filling omnomnomz|
|Stewed Chicken Feet, I had this all to myself *licks fingers and thumb*|
|Sweet and sour pork wrapped with tofu skin; juicy and tender. One of my fave too!|
|Sesame seed balls with lotus paste. FYI, I hate sesame seed so I didn't try this at all :P|
|Fried carrot cake. Not bad but it would be better if it's served hot.|
|Chee cheong fun filled with shrimps and comes with prawn paste.|
|Herbal chicken; Tender chicken slice with fragrant smell of the herb but not too overpowering. Surpisingly good!|
|A pot of Tie Kuan Yin (Iron Buddha Tea LOL) to ease digestion after a heavy breakfast.|
|The restaurant is three shoplots huge (imagine how good their business is) to accomodate their big crowd of customers especially during peak hours.|
|I noticed that their regular customers are those elderly who come yumcha with their friends. Super vintage restaurant with traditional chinese dining atmosphere.|
Ban Hong Xiang Tea House (Dimsum Restaurant)
Jalan Gajah Berang
No. D, Jalan Bachang,
Contact number: 06-2814212
Operating Hours: 6am-11am
In case you missed my Day 1 Melaka Fun Trip 2011, here's a list for you;