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Wonton noodle nobody takes notice – Melaka

 This is a rare find of our Melaka trip during  August 2015.  By chance, looking for breakfast we walked into this nondescript coffee shop called Chap De Keng kopitiam.

Chap De Keng Kopitiam, a little unknown coffee shop outside Jonker Walk

Chap De Keng Kopitiam, a little unknown coffee shop outside Jonker Walk

Jonker Walk - the other side of the overcrowded touristy Jonker Street

Jonker Walk – the other side of the overcrowded touristy Jonker Street

Melaka still has many such kopitiams(coffee shop) around (thanks goodness).  I am talking about the wonton noodle which impress me to want to come back again.  I am not sure the next time I visit Melaka, is it still there ?

The wonton noodle looks very ordinary.  To my surprise, the noodle is very springy and cooked to near perfection.  Few pieces of char siew and 3 prieces of small wanton.  The chilli and springy noodle are the heroes of the dish.  The portion is small but delicious.

I like the springy noddle. A simple dish but yummy

I like the springy noddle. A simple dish but yummy

Healthy bowl of hot soup of various beans

Healthy bowl of hot soup of various beans

This is a very small  traditional coffee shop where there are only 2 stalls (one is the wonton noodle and the other is selling braised pork rice/curry chicken rice) and has less than 10 tables.  It is located along Jalan Kubu, just outside Jonker Walk.  It is about a few shops away from the more famous Poh Plah Lwee coffee shop.

Interior of coffee shop

Interior of coffee shop

Menu

Another menu

Another menu

 

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