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Las mejores cafeterías en Malaca

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“Geographer Cafe is a place bustling with tourists seeking with a drink or two while looking out towards the historical Jonker Street. Open everyday til 1am.”
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““Kaya” refers to the level of richness in food, life, relationship, health, and wealth. Specializing in Western and fusion cuisines, the cafe with rough, exposed bricks offers customers a cozy environment as they indulge in our delicacies and classic background music. Try out our local specialties, such as Salted Duck Egg Spaghetti and Sambal Prawn Spaghetti, and you will be surprised at how good they blend together. Don’t ever miss their homemade kaya made of special ingredients!”
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“Serve 13 states of coffee in Malaysia. If you are a coffee lover, this is a must try coffee shop in Melaka.”
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“highly recommend the brunch there. really delicious chicken sandwich . the egg benedict is my personal favourite.”
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“One of the closest Kitchen and Bar available from our airbnb unit. Can hang around with friends at night to have some chill out session.”
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“-close on Wednesday. -a local cafe with great ambience. - chicken Rendang with pumpkin bread and Malacca Coffee!”
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“One of the more modern attractions visitors can find in Jonker Street is Mamee Jonker House. Opened in November 2013, it is the brand’s first concept store after 40 years of being a leading household name for children’s snacks. The store has a predominantly modern design of white tiles and glass shelves that is complemented with dark wood furniture and traditional Chinese decor. Mamee Jonker House offers fun activities for visitors with young children or just those who want to relive their childhood memories. Visitors can participate in workshops (held during the weekends) where they can learn to make their very own Lil Monster Noodle Snack using their favourite seasoning and condiments.”
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“Kopitiam with many food stalls here. The best is the Yong Tau Foo (stall) with dried noodles (8.am to 10.am). At night is recommending spring-roll & porridge stalls (from 5.30pm-9pm)”
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“Western food No 18, Jalan Hang Lekiu, Malacca 75200 Website: Eat at 18 Website FB Page: Eat at 18 8.30am - 6.00pm (closed on Tuesdays)”
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“One of the Malacca’s most celebrated dishes is chicken rice balls, and at Kedai Kopi Chung Wah, a coffee shop specializing in this delight, it is serious business. With lines of eager diners outside the property throughout its opening hours, Chung Wah is immensely popular, and for all the right reasons. Conveniently located in Jonker Walk, Kedai Kopi Chung Wah sits right opposite the giant San Shu Gong outlet, at the end of the row of shop lots at Jalan Hang Jebat. Interior-wise, the eatery embraces the Malaysian-style coffee shop decor – wooden chairs and marble-top tables occupy the floor space, with hawker stalls being used as workstations where food is prepared.”
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“Nadeje prides itself on its quality fresh ingredient and finest handmade Mille Crepe and other special cakes or dessert. ”
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“Bustling roadside store serving breakfast set and chicken rice. Highly recommended if you are driving and craving for early traditional breakfast, especially half-boiled eggs and toasts.”
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“Fresh and delicious sweet potato donuts with caramelized sugar. Cooked on the spots, good for snack. Location at the road side on the left traveling towards Bandar Melaka”
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