On my last review, I had a rather bad impression on the place, but was fascinated on my next visit as they have improved a lot .. I hope it lasts :) Try their buttermilk chicken/fish rice!! Glad they learn from negative comments !!
Probably your best bet for a coffee shop/café in Malacca. We went here twice during our short stay in the town. Also a good bet for a Western style breakfast.
Coffee is good. Gotta try the states' coffee. Try get table further inside the shop. Environment is nice. Decor with cans, cooking pots, wall painting, etc. Toilet is clean.
This is the famous coffee place that serve the difference coffee from the 13 states in Malaysia. It's nice if you are able to grab a sit outside to do some people watching. This place is quiet as it's not located on the main street of the famous Jonker Street but near enough if you want to do some shopping... 更多
This is a nice cafe located at the side of Jonker street which reflects the artistic creativeness of its owner who happens to also be a jewelry designer. If you are looking for a nice, cool & quiet place to rest after exploring the historical town of Malacca, this art cafe provides the ambience, a variety of local coffee and... 更多
We had a couple of breakfasts here, both with extra juice and compared to other places it worked out good value for money. The deco is nice, malaysian with arty twist, atmosphere is chilled and service very friendly and helpful. In the city centre just off Jonker Street this is a great spot offering local and western dishes.
I came here a few times with my friends. Most of the time i will order their famous calanthe laksa. One of the best nyonya laksa in town. A little bit pricy though, but a great place to hang out and chill plus good food and beverages.
We ordered a set of mee Siam and nasi lemak. The set comes with coffee with condense milk. Mee Siam is not authentic. It comes with shredded egg n cucumber n there is no Tao pok, instead is slice fish. Abit spicy whereas nasi lemak is yellow rice with Sambal chili, egg , anchovy n nuts. The Chilli is a... 更多
Very well placed, near jonker street, its an alternative restaurante, not crowded and providing local food at fair prices. Don't forget the glass as dessert. It was superb.
I went twice and tried 2 different coffee from Penang and Pahang. I must say I love it taste. As the coffee shop itself offer coffee from 13 states in Malaysia and have a unique interior as well, an article being place at the ceiling, an aquarium TV set, old housewares at the wall, it's just unique. A cozy laid... 更多
We happened upon this cafe around morning tea time and the place was pretty much empty. We wandered through the different rooms and patios before settling into a comfy lounge setting right at the back. The wait staff were all very nice and friendly and helpful, particularly with the kids. We only had coffee and cakes, but these were all... 更多
We started our culinary adventures here. I had a Nasi Lemak which was good but needed more anchovies. Coffee was tasty and the service was excellent. I also loved the decor with old coffee making equipment. Our total cost was 32 Ringget and my wife had a tea and fruit muesli. Well worth a visit and their free wifi works... 更多