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Jonker 88 (大寶小食)

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~RM10/pax
A trip to Melaka would be incomplete without digging into a bowl of chendol. A regular chendol comes with thick, intense and highly fragrant gula melaka. Top up the taste with a durian chendol. The best dessert to have on a hot sunny afternoon!

88, Jalan Hang Jebat
Malacca 75200

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Thursday:
12:00pm - 06:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 06:00pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 08:00pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 08:00pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 06:00pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 06:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 06:00pm

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From the Burpple community

This laksa is really good and a MUST TRY if you go to Malacca!! The shop is called Jonker 88 and located along Jonker street. We originally went there to try their cendol (which they are famous for) but chanced upon their laksa so we decided to give it a try.

The soup is very flavorful and the right amount of spice 👍🏻 their portions are huge as well so I would recommend sharing so that you have space for more food along the street ☺️

The queue was very long but they were very fast so we did not have to wait long. The stall is also quite small so there are not many seats available. But still highly highly recommend trying!!

Gula Melaka was thick, gooey, and fragrant. Ice was shaved finely and was as soft as snow. Chendol jelly was also infused with lots of pandan flavour. One of the best chendol I’ve had so far!
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I was never a fan of chendol but the ones here took my breath away, especially the original Baba Cendol. A mountain of ice sitting on a bed of ingredients topped with a generous serving of Gula Melaka is a definite welcome in the tropical heat. The durian one was equally good although it will get a little cloying towards the end. Give the sago one a miss though, you won't be losing out.

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Probably my favouritest meal in Malacca. The laksa at Jonker 88 is brimming with ingredients! The Nyonya Laksa is probably the most enjoyable as it is more sour than spicy (think Assam laksa) which makes the broth extremely addictive. The Baba Laksa is more like Singapore's version although very heavy with coconut cream, which can get too cloying after a while. The third variant, which is a mixture of the two, somehow turns out to be fiery spicy which makes it difficult to enjoy the otherwise extremely tasty broth. The noodles they used reminds me of Mee Yai Mak, interesting indeed. Rojak was equally enjoyable too and the Fu Pei had a hidden surprise within its crispness ◡̈

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I love their thick gula melaka! And look how the coconut milk coating makes the ice ball look just like a coconut. Interestingly, they have 2 bowl sizes on weekdays but only offer the big bowls (RM7.40) during the weekends. It's definitely too much for one person to finish, perhaps 2 or 3 would be alright!

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