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Wednesday, 9 January 2013

Lunch at Restoran Bibik Neo, Malacca

Attention Mun: am unable to go your blog. please leave me your direct link. thanks.

 After a "cat nap" , I woke up in front of this restaurant. 

 Makan time! tummy playing drum already.

 Very colorful Nyonya Kuih

 Like the one that we went to previously on December 2011 and May 2012, here they also gave us keropok to eat.

I love keropok. I don't wanna let Papa eat. It's mine! all mine!

 We had Petai sotong. Mamarazzi liked the petai but not the sotong coz it was not "bouncy" enough for her



 Had Itik Tim Soup( Duck with Salted Vege) . Super sour for me. Mamarazzi said ok la. Just like Salted Vege soup that she made at home.

 Nyonya Chap Chai(Nyonya mixed vegetable). I was very naughty coz when Mamarazzi eating the Black Mushroom, I said "eee....Poo pooty". Kena Mamarazzi scolded coz mentioned "poo pooty" when she was eating.

 Omelet Fried with Cincalok. 

 
Okra with Sambal.Mamarazzi liked the light green color okra coz it's "young" and not as "tough" as the darker colors ones.


 Any more food coming? Good...no more liao. 

 Bought some Nyonya Kuih to eat in the hotel.


What Mamarazzi can say about the food here is the portion was very big although we ordered small portion. However, she feels that the taste of the food that we had in the other restaurant which we visited in previous occasions suits us better. Anyway, we are not the food expert here and as in matter of taste, what suit us may not suit you and vice versa.



66 comments:

  1. Aiyoooo! My saliva dripped instantly when I heard that shop's name! I loved their food so much and ate there twice in 10 years! Wakakakaka

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  2. Of course the food I loved was not what you ate lah. Bring me there next time ok.

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    1. Sure sure ...then will order the expensive food and let you pay ...kekeke.

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  3. I like to eat nyonya food but I have never been to this restaurant in Malacca before. Must go and try out their buah keluak dish.

    Here's the link:

    http://lifeafter38.blogspot.com/

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    1. Melaka hv many nyonya restaurant. some are real good.

      thanks for the link :)

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  4. Hahaha, I got a shock when I read the first sentence "Attention Mun". Was relieved to know it wasn't a scolding for me, hehehe. :)

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    1. LOL....to make sure it will catch your attention ma :P

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  5. Always I saw Omelette with Cincalok. How does it taste ho? Wanna try lah next time. hehe

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    1. This one I taste like normal omelet. hauz...my taste buds screw up ady gua.

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  6. Oooo...so nice the photo in your banner, so handsome, eh? I saw this restaurant in Malacca, didn't go. Went to Mako instead...ok, not bad...not really great great.

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  7. i just love that tray of nyonya kuih lah, so colorful and so appetising.. haha!! given me, i would not have kept them till back in hotel for tea lah.. at least i will have one for dessert after the meal~~ :D

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    1. wow, got the inclusive-in-the-price-so-looks-like-free keropok for small kucing!! haha, so bad lah, he wants them all and doesn't allow paparazzi to have any!! later paparazzi angry and spank him kuat kuat..

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    2. "...we are not the food expert here and as in matter of taste, what suit us may not suit you and vice versa..."

      first part of this statement i don't agree lah, mamarazzi has been eating all the places at least got experience already, can be expert now, haha!! second part of this statement, i agree woh, taste is very subjective to every person..

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    3. You sure or not after eating rice still hv room for the kuih?

      end up buy one bug packet of the keropok to eat in the hotel. Rm8 a pkt.

      memang not expert ma..saja tau makan ...if ask taste like what...unable to comment pulak lol.

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    4. SK, you love Nyonya kuih, then you must come to Taiping.

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    5. Taiping has very nice and delicious nyonya kuih :D

      They come in cheap too.

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  8. Small Kucing so naughty ha! Take all the keropok by himself!

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    1. Melaka is very near to Singapore..hint hint Sharon.

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  10. I want! I want! I want the kuih!!! Yummmmmm!!!!

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    1. Can't bring back for you coz will basi. but there is one nyonya kuih shop at subang jaya ss15 in Chinese hawker shop sells terrific nyonya kuih. its halal.

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  11. I never try the ommelete cincaluk before..
    I think I never try cincaluk before.. is it nice?

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    1. eerrrr...depend on your taste lor. Duno you will like the smell of cincalok or not

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    2. Cincalok is very salty.

      I love them. I love budu also. And tempoyak...

      SP tastebud is mat salleh tastebud, right? Then may not like cincalok! haha

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    3. but i think if he eats this omelet will be no problem la. no strong cincalok taste.

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  12. ehhh...ada kuih. The few times we went also did not spot any of them. Tarak makan dessert, cendol?

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  13. one of my favourite is nyonya kuih..
    but I found a good one in SS2... kekekeke

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    1. one in Subang Jaya also good

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    2. SP, next time, I bring you buy Nyonya Kuih in Taiping.

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  14. Heard so much about this place. I like the nyonya kuih!

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  15. Long time i didnt go Malacca to taste food... must go one day.. see got kaki to go or not.. :)

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  16. I always love nyonya kuih..yummy!

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    1. ya but cannot eat a lot. too filling

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  17. Small kucing header photo is handsome wor....

    Posing like model some more. :)

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    1. Thanks MeCoy

      Actually he wanted to run away....hence face looking for way out

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  18. i guess in my case okra is probably my most hated vegetable

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  19. i just love your son's reddish cheek
    he truly the cutest

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  20. i have been seing that Nyonya Kuih through malaysian blogs
    but i haven't seen it here in our country
    are those some kind of sticky rice cakes

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    1. Nyonya Kuih comprised of many types of "kuih" . Some with glutious rice that are sweet, some glutiounous rice that are salty, some made of flour some custorad, some coconut and etc

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  21. have a great day and happy blogging small kucing
    take care and godbless most especially that cute kid of yours

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  22. The colourful kueh look nice. How was it, good?

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    1. errrr...duno coz Mamarazzi and me didnt eat. Too full. papa finished those

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  23. Melacca, I definitely like the food there.

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    1. Ya. a lot of good good there if only know where to find. same like taiping.

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  24. You made another trip to Malacca? Nice and yes,the food is glory in Malacca. I love all of those you have shared and of course, the sambal with okra is so good.

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  25. One more, Love the new header picture too.

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  26. How's the nyonya food here, tried a few nyonya restaurants in Malacca and yet to find one that is good. Malacca has definitely changed over the last few years, but still worth visiting during non peak season.

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    1. Mamarazzi still preferred the one we visited last time.

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  27. I tried once the cincalok omelet at Melaka too but can't differentiate it with normal omelet, maybe they put very little cincalok in it?

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