Jalan Tengkera is a good place to hunt for cheap, sentimental comfort Malaccan food. Besides mee bodoh and putu piring, one of a many renouned food stalls here sells Prawn Crackers Fish Ball noodles. This noodle case operates in a residence where they have converted a atmospheric front porch into a dining area.
Here’s how a noodle looks like – unequivocally elementary and plain. It reminds me of a prawn noodle my primary propagandize used to offer since they also had prawn crackers in it.
Anyway, as we can see a soup is unequivocally transparent and has boiled onion oil combined for an additional incense and flavor. It tastes unequivocally honeyed though in an assumed way, that we consider is attributed to a magnanimous use of MSG. we consider that’s since this noodle is also famous as ‘Ajinomoto mee’.
The prawn crackers on a other palm is unequivocally crunchy though to be honest we can’t unequivocally ambience any genuine prawn flavor. For me, it felt some-more like satirical into pieces of low boiled flour. As for a fish balls, there’s zero unequivocally special about them too.
Despite all a things we said, we indeed didn’t mind perplexing this noodle since of a uniqueness. And also, it seems to be renouned with a locals. For RM3.50 a play we don’t consider we could protest too much. Just keep your expectations true and we wouldn’t be too disappointed.
I am not certain about their business hours though from what we researched it’s 7am to 2pm on weekends only. we repeat, WEEKENDS only. Please scold me if you’re a unchanging and my info is wrong. The easiest approach to locate for this emporium is to demeanour for a Malacca Badminton Association, as it’s only opposite.