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A Table For Five At Auntie Lee Restaurant, Malacca

BEFORE LEAVING FOR JOHOR, we had our scrumptious lunch at Auntie Lee Nyonya Cuisine!  This is my second time having a meal there, the first time was in July, 2016, recommended and taken by a local lovely couple here in this post.  We quickly made a call to reserve a table for the five of us, just in case.  It was almost 1pm when we reached Auntie Lee and true enough, most of the tables were already occupied.

Everything looks so good on the menu, very difficult tasks for us to make our orders... Eventually we ended up agreeing to whatever the "captain" recommended.... LOL...

Alright, for this meal, I have the price receipt in front of me... so here are the food and their cost...
First of all, we were served with the delightful Cendol... RM5.50
Yes, we took desserts first before the meal... just couldn't resist... 
Curry prawns to our liking.. not too spicy... 
They are actually called Udang Lemak Nenas.... RM41.40
Fish Cili Garam RM60
Bendih Ulam RM13
Looks spicy but they are actually not... suits me real fine!
Cincalok Omelette RM12
Their famous Pai Tee is a Must... RM30 for one set.... 
It is served like this in a trat.... over a small candle to be kept warm... 
DIY our own Pai Tee....
 
That was our Scrumptious Lunch!
All in RM177.40
And as usual, the camera gets to "eat" first before we do!
Bye Bye Malacca... and Hi to Johor next... 


Comments

  1. Wow, the huge omelet! I have come to think that Cendol is like a flavored ice...which we call snowballs here.

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  2. I so love nyonya!!! Dunno this one but my favourite in Melaka before, Mak Ko, is overrated, not so nice anymore but still so many people.

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  3. all look so yummy. long time have not eat that jor

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  4. I love everything here. Cendol! Pai tee. Yum yum.

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  5. I like to eat the cendol and curry prawns. So delicious!

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  6. I love the cendol and the pai tee, slurps

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  7. Malacca is one of the place that i love to visit again and again in Malaysia, because of their good baba and nyonya food and goodies.

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