Nancy’s Kitchen

Their reputation is definitely drawing in the crowds. There was a large crowd in front of the restaurant waiting for tables. Although it was convenient to reserve a table online, I felt that it was not really worth the trip there. 

The food was not outstanding as I have had much better Peranakan food in Singapore, but with a total bill of RM80, it was unbeatable value. 

The kueh pie tee was tasty but the pohpiah was just dry and so-so. 

The usual suspects. Ayam buah keluak, chap chye, sambal omelette, cinchalok with pork, and an order of sambal belachan 

First cendol in Melaka. Ya, see the color of the gula melaka know will fail the taste test already. 

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