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Monday 18 April 2022

Restoran KOK KEONG

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Melaka Trip Day 4! 

Our morning began with a minor disappointment as our intended breakfast destination, The Daily Fix Cafe was still not opened for business. Undeterred we walked for a little while before arriving at Restoran Kok Keong for breakfast instead.

Located across the Lorong Jambatan lane it was a diminutive restaurant that seemed to be well patronised. We walked in and as always ordered two servings of their house specialty, the 豬肉羹 which Cat could only roughly translate as pork soup or pork stew.

Quite similar to Bak Kut Teh, this particular variant of the pork stew is full of flavour and coupled with their unique yam rice presents quite a unique experience. The breakfast cost us RM24 (approximately USD6/EUR5) which was reasonable seeing as the pork stew was unique and quite unlike anything we've had in the past.

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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.

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