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grown accustomed. But the, ayam Pongteh (a most traditional Nyonya dish of braising chicken with soy sauce, some palm sugar syrup/gula melaka, and stewed with potatoes) was a most delicious affair, screaming for white rice to soak in all the lovely, savoury juices. We bought some pineapple tarts back, from LW Nyonya Pineapple Tarts, and Donald Lilys (the formers better and few slices of Mille Crepe cakes from Nadeje Patisserie @ Plaza Mahkota. The day started with a second breakfast ( yeah, that fast although I was already half-repulsive at that thought ) at, donald Lilys, a small charming outlet situated at the back of Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, within walking distance from the centre of Melaka. Left with nothing to do, we did the next best thing. That, portuguese seafood feast was somewhat disastrous, but given the dire state of my gut at that very moment, I would be balking at the sight of, say. .
Business Hours :.30am.00pm, closed on Mondays. Without skipping a beat, Lala gets down on her knees to suck his huge cock while still wearing her hijab.
Lobsters, Alaskan King Crabs, or even Bluefin Tuna. Read the rest of this entry. If he pumps her full of cum, she can have a child on US soil and stay. This time around, we tried 6 different flavours, being : Original, Rum Raisins, Cheese, Green Tea, Double Chocolate and Banana Chocolate. Our stud, in particular, cannot stand to see such a young, black beauty go through the stress of possibly getting kicked out of the country. The Cendol of course, is another one of their forte, as Malaccas version of Cendol is luscious, drizzled with thick, nectar-ish sweetness of gula melaka, or palm sugar syrup. My last journey of 2009. The noodles was appetizing enough, almost reminded me of Kerabu Beehoon, served with chopped omelette, sliced fish cakes, fried shallots, julienned cucumber and a squeeze of lime juice for that zesty flavour. Sadly they were closed for the holidays (this being the eve of New Year) that few days, and we ended up with some battered ucks, big time. Jonker 88s version, redolent with the sweetness of gula melaka syrup. Then we ventured a short drive away, about 10 minutes from old Melaka town, to Jalan Tengkera for the most classic and famous Nyonya Kuih of Malacca. The small slab of fish (pardon me, Ive no idea what the species was) was grilled lightly atop a banana leaf, then topped with some piquant sambal with chopped raw onions, and served with a side saucer plate of dark soy sauce, a squeeze.