Malacca

Malacca

Historical state in Malaysia filled with good food here and there.
Farah Aziz
Farah Aziz

Been wanting to try out the rice balls for a while and finally managed to do so. The rice balls looked so harmless but really, don’t over-order it. I think the shop only let you order once and no add-ons, so we really had to decide what exactly we wanted and thankfully, we did it right 😅 to be honest, I would come back for this. I loved it enough to want to come back.

Almost everybody I know who visited Malacca definitely visited this cafe at some point. Naturally, we just had to do the same. These Pandan pancakes were priced at RM 13.90 for 5 pieces, served with some syrup and we added on vanilla ice cream for RM 3.50. I thought the pancakes on its own were a bit on the dry side which I didn’t like, but with the vanilla ice cream it’s a little better. Would I come back? Maybe.

Went on a road trip sometime in October 2018 (yes that’s last year, I’m still trying to catch up on my posts) and I ended up here. I shared a bowl of nyonya asam laksa (RM 8) and Baba Chendol (RM 4) with two of my friends. It was a good combination because one was savoury and one was sweet, so it didn’t feel overwhelming to us (me). There was a mini queue when I was there, so I had nothing to complain about the crowd. I probably wouldn’t crave it, but if I’m ever in the area and there is no crowd, I might come back.

I was first introduced to this plate of sweetness by Ana, but I finally managed to try it in February 2014. In all honesty, I would say that for RM6+, it's not quite worth it as the slice given is actually really small.

Then again, once you've started eating, it's too sweet that you probably wouldn't even finish it. 👀

My advice is since Calanthe Art Cafe is famous for their coffee, you should order a cup of coffee to go with a place of this caramel slice. Maybe then that would do the trick. Who knows?

I was first introduced to this plate of sweetness by Ana, but I finally managed to try it in February 2014. In all honesty, I would say that for RM6+, it's not quite worth it as the slice given is actually really small.

Then again, once you've started eating, it's too sweet that you probably wouldn't even finish it. 👀

My advice is since Calanthe Art Cafe is famous for their coffee, you should order a cup of coffee to go with a place of this caramel slice. Maybe then that would do the trick. Who knows?

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