Donald & Lily’s Nyonya Food @ Melaka

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Category : Food Crawl, Malacca, Malaysian Food, Travel

Long long time ago Hmm, actually it wasn’t that long back then, just sometimes ago… with the couples from kampungboycitygal, broughtup2share and eatonlylar, 7 of us sacrificed the beauty sleep and set our feet in the historical town – Malacca, for a day food trip.

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Donald & Lily’s Nyonya Corner

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We dropped by this small hut/house for a bowl of thirst quenching cendol and the tummy filling hot stuff after hours of drive. Located along Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, they serve authentic nyonya fares that we fancy.

mee siam

Mee Siam (RM 3.50)
Some may find it too sourish but I love the level of tanginess.
Spicy and sourish Vermicelli topped with fried eggs, fish cakes, fried shallots and dash of lime juice.

cendol

Cendol (RM 2.50)
With lots of fragrant and sweet gula Melaka; it was just alright to me as I find the shaved ice was rather coarse.

nyonya laksa

Nyonya laksa (RM 3.50)

ayam pongteh

Nasi Ayam Pongteh (RM 6.50)
I don’t frequent down here, and this was my very first time on ayam pongteh.
A traditional nyonya style braised chicken with soya sauce, gula Melaka (or the palm sugar) and potatoes. I could just have bowls of rice with the gravy itself. Yum…

Donald & Lily’s
Off Jln Tun Tan Cheng Lock
75200, Melaka
Closed on Mondays
Business Hours: 9.30am – 4pm

Ahh yes, some sightseeing to do nearby too.

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To be continued…

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Comments (20)

wow.. so nice!

Next time can order their asam fish also!! I miss ayam pongteh soooooo much!!!

slurrrp, asam fish!!!
noted noted. will try it out next time :)

hey.. what a coincidence… I was just there a week back too! we had almost everything except they ran out of cendol… hehehe… now I got another excuse to go back for the cendol… ;)

haha, really?! how was your trip???
looking forward on your post

Such a quaint little place… nice! I’ve eaten here longgg time ago, way before i started blogging!

i like it too! like house like hut like restaurant. haha
and the place is decorated in real old antiques

Was told that they were not the best.. but i have yet to try it myself so better not pass judgement as yet

am sure there are lots of other good nyonya food in melaka.
I can’t judge it too as I have yet to try the others :)

If you’re interested to know more nice food in Malacca, u can visit this link.

http://www.melaka3.com or http://www.facebook.com/Melaka3

Feel free to comment or post up anything related about Malacca here as we’re trying to promote this historical state.

thanks for the information :)

Wow, you posted on Melaka, haha, I haven’t even done anything on it yet. So many other things to post!

doing my archive cleaning mar.
nothing to post ady >.<

I can’t wait to try their laksa!

[...] After Donald & Lily’s and the porky Satay, we decided to hop over for an afternoon high tea. [...]

Hi Ai Wei,

looks delicious… but is it a halal/pork-free restaurant/cafe?

Thks! ^_^

Hi SuZ, it is manned by Chinese and so I am not very sure if it is a halal/pork free place.

The new location of Donald & Lily (beginning June 16 2012) is opposite Bei Zhan restaurant and on the same row as a hotel named ‘Place 2 Stay’. If you are coming from the direction of Mahkota Parade, it’s on the left side of the bridge.

GPS – 2.193854N 102.2372836E
GPS – 2°11’37.8744”N 102°14’14.221”E

Address – No 16 (Ground Floor), Jalan KSB 1, Taman Kota Shahbandar, 75200 Melaka, Malaysia
Map – http://www.pbase.com/kelvinphoto/image/143718434.jpg

Hi Kelvin,
Thank you for ur information :)

Love the mee siam too! Its a must for us when we’re in town:D

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