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Saturday 8 January 2022

MELAKA Meandering (Dataran Pahlawan, [former] Ramada Plaza Hotel, Mei Sin Cafe, Lu Yeh Yen)

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Melaka Trip Day 2! 

Turned out the Pan Mee (Flour Noodles) we had for breakfast earlier in the morning kept us full till lunch. We ended up ordering a variety of cakes and other assorted dessert for lunch from Grabfood courtesy of our favourite Melaka outlet, Baba Charlie. We went a little overboard and ended up spending RM54 (approximately USD13/EUR11), but it was well worth it since everything we ordered were delicacies not found in Kuala Lumpur.

We came back to the apartment and had a short nap. Before we knew it evening was upon us, and we hailed a Grab car to Dataran Pahlawan for some sight-seeing and shopping. The Millennial opted to stay home and rest after a long night finishing up his assignment.

To our dismay our favourite low-cost clothing outlet Max Fashion was closed. Cat was also distraught to see her favourite clothing store holding a going out of business sale. We however found solace in Brand's Outlet where quite a few articles of clothing were bought!

Shopping out of the way we hailed another Grab car to our favourite Eu Char Kueh (Chinese Crullers) stall situated outside Mei Sin Cafe. This area used to our regular stomping ground since we always put up at Ramada Plaza Hotel nearby (before its untimely demise last year) each time we visited Melaka. Interestingly enough, the Cantonese version of these delectable pastries is called ‘yau char kwai,’ or deep-fried devils!

We then walked a few metres down the street to order some Chinese food to go. For as far as we can remember Lu Yeh Yen has been our default Chinese restaurant in Melaka. We were glad that they were still doing good business, mostly customers ordering take-aways from Grabfood, Food panda and the like.

We ordered the following dishes to go:

  • Sweet and Sour Pork with Rice for Brendan at RM12.00
  • Ginger Pork with Rice for Cat at RM12.00
  • Fried Noodles for me at RM7.00

This wholesome Chinese feast came to a very reasonable RM31.00 (approximately USD7.40/EUR6.50), and we sincerely hope that Lu Yeh Yen continues to strive under these challenging times. Needless to say, we wholeheartedly recommend this Chinese restaurant to everyone!

(Do visit our YouTube Channel Have Perut Will Travel)

📍 Locations:
Favourite Eu Char Kueh (Mei Sin Cafe) -
露夜园海鲜酒家 Restaurant Lu Yeh Yen -

We do what we can to support local businesses, and it's always good to know that everyone here observes all related SOPs, it helps make us feel safer and reassured.
We shoot primarily with: 
• DJI Pocket 2
• Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX85
• Panasonic Lumix G Vario 12-60mm ƒ/3.5-5.6 
• Panasonic Lumix G 20mm ƒ/1.7
• Huawei P30
Song: The Jazz Piano
Music provided by Bensound
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