Good Food Malaysia
The best hawkers food available in Malaysia. Halal, Cheap and delicious! And many that you have never discovered before!!!
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If u drive from Melaka City, look out for this sign board!
From far, you can already see the restaurant...
Yeah, this is the one that they always talk about!
Mmmmm... Nasi Lemak...
Nasi Lemak again, from different angle...
Nasi Lemak, naked!
Fresh from sea...
They killed Steve Irwin, but we ate them!
Kicap Sedap!
Ayam Pandan...
Not Ayam Pondan...
Can you imagine what I felt???
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All my friends used to say that if we go to Malacca, don’t miss the Ikan Bakar. I always wonder, what makes the ikan bakar in Malacca is so important? I’ve been to Kelantan and Terengganu where there are more fishermen but not popular with ikan bakar. But, Umbai and Sg Duyung are very popular with ikan bakar.

So, I followed Tiga Abdul to my next destination. It took us about half an hour to reach Sg Duyung. Muara Sg Duyung is where the river meets the sea. There were many fishermen’s boats. I knew that I’m gonna get some fresh fish today. So, we made ourselves comfortable in an open-air restaurant by the river. Medan Ikan Bakar offers variety of fresh foods from the sea. There were many kinds of fish, crabs, prawns, shrimps and a lot more for our selection. Not to forget, there were also otak-otak, nasi lemak and fried chicken too.

They killed the "crocodile hunter". We ate them for dinner

We had one Ikan Pari Bakar (Stingray), Ayam Goreng Pandan (Fried Chicken) with Nasi Lemak Daun Pisang. Thank god, it was magnificent. Dipping the fresh Ikan Pari Bakar into the Cili-Kicap sauce made an unforgettable evening for me.

Even though the nasi lemak wasn’t as what I had expected, the Ayam Goreng Pandan was also irresistible. Wrapped in pandan leaves, gave us such a sweet aroma. I wasn’t that hungry as I just had Cendol Karipap in the last one hour, but the sexy Ikan Pari Bakar turned me into a food maniac again. The nasi lemak was only 60 sen each, the ayam goreng pandan was RM2.50 each, and the Ikan Pari Bakar was valued according to its size and weights.

For me, it was a wonderful trip to Malacca. I might not have discovered the best of Malacca yet, but the food that I had in the past 2 days was enough to satisfy my desire. Thank you to the Tiga Abdul gang. They were not just a bunch of talented photographers, but also talented Food Tourist Guides. So, if you are thinking about food, think Good Food Fotopages, but if you think about Wedding Cameramen, think Tiga Abdul


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