Kokokokokonut Shake ah!@Klebang Coconut Shake, Melaka

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I have never known how famous this place was until my Melaccan customers spoke of this place and the “gunung” of coconuts sold each day. My friend also frequents this place whenever she visits Melacca.

After we wrapped up our work, the sun had set and it was actually near dinner time already. Yet, the place was packed to the brim. With both locals and tourists.

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She loves the “lekor” here too, which is a form of savoury fish cake like delicacy, made famous by local Malays. RM 1 for 3 slices.

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The Lekors looked rather different from the ones I see in Klang Valley or Kota Bahru. They were much lighter and fluffier than the darker colour and denser ones I see before. Which was great. It was less filling and less smelly also! haha.

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Finally, the star had arrived. This was the Coconut Shake special (comes with a scoop of ice cream on the top). Hey, we have our own root beer/milk shake combos too you guys! Nice and thinly shaved ice with thinly shredded coconut…each sip, you can taste the grittyness of the coconut bits and ice yet not too coarse till you got to chew. RM 2.20 per cup.

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Signing off with a bidding goodbye view of the scenic gunung of coconuts! the trishaws were added as a decor to create the Melacca Historical city feel.

Address:
Klebang Coconut Shake,
Along Jalan Klebang Besar
(next to Caltex Petrol Station)
Opening hours:
12.30 pm – 6.30pm daily
Friday: 2.00 pm – 6.30 pm

Wok n Pan@Melaka Raya

Wok n Pan is widely known amongst local Melaccans and outsiders for western food especially babi porky ones.

The decor of the restaurant is rather simple but filled with patrons, even when I arrived at 9 pm. I googled up reviews on this place and many recommend trying WnP’s pork ribs and pork chop.

I gotta hand it to the chefs grilling the ribs… they were super tender, nicely char grilled and served with a generous portion too. Delicious!  RM 23 ish, if I recalled correctly.

However…those ribs cannot be the champion, Hurricanes Grill in Sydney. Nevertheless, this was a thumbs up for me!

The pork chop was very tender too, just the right amount of fattyness to melt, forming a coat of shiny layer on the meat and locking in oungent sweet meaty porky aroma. RM 20 plus too.

I would definitely want to come back again for pork ribs round 2! Can’t wait!

But right before the meaty session… we popped by Nadeje for a slice of crepe cake. RM 10 per slice. The cream in between those thinly sliced crepe layers were light, fluffy and not too sweet, making every bite fulfilling.. yummzzzz..but the best cream pastries to me, still belonged to Patisserie Rui’s swiss rolls!