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Melacca Char MeeWith so many local cuisine to choose from, best that when undecided is to go for the recommended one and Melacca Char Mee is one of them. The dish somehow look and taste like mamak style fried 'wet' noodle but this come with a little twist. The noodle is pretty thin in texture and is fried with fried 'kuih' you would usually find in rojak ingredient, along stir fried with spicy tomato sauce, and sprinkle with crushed nuts for the finishing. The taste is pretty outstanding even if
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Melacca Char Mee
With so many local cuisine to choose from, best that when undecided is to go for the recommended one and Melacca Char Mee is one of them. The dish somehow look and taste like mamak style fried 'wet' noodle but this come with a little twist. The noodle is pretty thin in texture and is fried with fried 'kuih' you would usually find in rojak ingredient, along stir fried with spicy tomato sauce, and sprinkle with crushed nuts for the finishing. The taste is pretty outstanding even if were to compare to those from mamak and the nuts actually open up my appetite. There's mild sweetness in the dish and if you are those who don't like sweet dish, stay away, but if you're like me do try it cause the ingredient were generous and the taste is pretty unique in a local way. Portion wise is moderate but is good enough to fill an adult.
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