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013-399 4061
Opening Hours
Today
14:30 - 18:30
Mon - Thu
11:00 - 18:30
Fri
14:30 - 18:30
Sat - Sun
11:00 - 18:30
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Review (22)
Level3 2015-10-29
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The hottest drinks in Melaka Town, Coconut Shake!I’m a fan of coconut. What ever coconut related dessert I will definitely love it~ Klebang Coconut Shake is located at Jalan Klebang Besar next to Caltex Petrol Station.Klebang Coconut Shake also served sugarcane drink and some local Malaysia foods such as Nasi Lemak, Fried Bihun and others. They have 2 store which one is at the road side while another one inside the household area. They served more than 1000 cups of the Coconut Shake everyday. You can imagine how many turns or people you need to wait to get one cup of these~They blend the coconut flash with some coconut water, milk and vanilla ice cream. It is smooth, sweet and you can taste the coconut flash inside.Overall. It was tasty and original~ It only sell for RM 2.70 per cup which is cheap and reasonable~ Furthermore it is the perfect ending for both of us to end our Melaka trip^^Ambiance: -Price: 8/10Food: 7/10Verdict: Original Coconut Shake that you must try! continue reading
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The most famous, the starter of all coconut shake in Malaysia. Once featured in newspapers, food discovery shows and visited by many tourist especially the Taiwan Chinese and Singaporean. What make it so special?I grow up in Klebang, I witness this operation growth from just one moving stall to a compound of dine in area in the inner side of the street. It has grown up to such big and establish food stall now.Not only offering coconut shake, it has plain coconut water, sugar cane juice, some Malay traditional snacks, nasi lemak and additional fried chicken. It really awaken people's taste during a hot day (I was mouth-watering when typing this).The only disturbing things here is the parking space, waiting turns to be seated, and the queues which is totally crazy! Just bear in mind, this place is too well known. It doesn't kill to try and experience the craziness in getting a cup of it.Selling at RM1.80 for the regular coconut shake and RM2.40 for the special (which there's an add up of a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top of it), it definitely a total crave for the first timer that might invite them for numerous number of tries after that.That explains why this area is too crowded that it sometimes affects the main road and there's even RELA that helps to control the traffic at the junction! continue reading
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Level3 2014-02-06
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来到马六甲必去的地方,如果你是要打包,在外面排队就可以了,如果你是要现喝记得走进去里面,别傻傻的排队呀:P幸好里面有很多位置可以坐,你们可以先去拿位坐了再去柜台购买。这杯是现打的椰水+冰+椰肉+walls vanilla ice cream,真的很好喝,而且一杯绝对满足不了。里面可以吃到小小颗粒的椰肉,非常顺口。价钱也很便宜,才rm2.20一杯。 continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-27
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They are no longer just one stall. In fact, the stall is just for take away. To dine in or take away, they have a whole huge lot, which can seat a few hundred people. When we were there, it was TOTALLY CROWDED (before 12pm - they now open at 11am). Still, queue was short and service was quick. The mak cik was very polite and nice.The coconut shake was nice but not up to the hype. It was refreshing and cool, with bits of flesh and nice, but not sweet, except for the ice cream in it (before you mix, it's not sweet). But for RM2.20, it's incredible. Really worth the money but maybe not the time for me to drive 25km from my parents' house to get there. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-30
201 views
这一款是他们卖的炸popiah。Popiah 的外皮被炸得非常的脆口,里面的馅料也是非常饱满的。有地瓜,青瓜,胡萝卜丝等等。重点是他们的酱汁,淋在Popiah 上吃起来有点甜味,可是后劲是很辣的。 continue reading
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