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The Hungry Five At Tong Sheng Restaurant, Malacca

WALKING BACK FROM THE JONKERS STREET BACK TO OUR HOTEL WAS EVEN QUICKER!

Reason behind the fast walk?  Hunger, of course!  LOL... The Hungry Five was eager to go for our dinner, it was almost 9pm when we walked around looking for the famous restaurant.  It was actually quite near to our hotel, just a row behind... and we saw a few people still queuing to go into the restaurant.  That hindered us from going in and we walked a bit further to look for other food but unfortunately, nothing attracted our eyes.... and we were back to the original choice...
This is the name of the shop... 
Even at this time of the night, people were still flocking in....
The food must be really good... or the price must be reasonable... 
This is the second time I ate at this place..
Famous for their signature dish.... 
Cheesy meehoon with giant prawns.... 
I do not really fancy cheese in my noodles... but then... 
This is really different... 
No cheesy smell at all... 
GOOD!!
Yeah, that was Good!
Our worn-out and hungry looks before the "Food Attack!"
I wanted something sourish for my sore throat... 
This salted vegetable soup suited me Just Fine!!
My son recommended this Special Fish... 
Really Special... crispy on the outside.. with the lemonade sauce... or whatever sauce it is..
Fantastic!
Otak Otak omelette... yummy!!
And of course some greens to go with the dishes...
Not much but they fed us just nice!!
A scrumptious dinner indeed...
How much?  Oh oh... there goes my memory again... 
Nothing over RM150 if not mistaken otherwise I would have remember!


Comments

  1. How much was that prawn bihun? I'm not sure about the cheese too but it looks good, sure would love to try. Otak otak? Oooo...I want!!!

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    1. Not too expensive otherwise I sure can remember...

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  2. I would have said no to the cheesy beehoon. So weird but I trust you when you say it is good.

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  3. Food looks so good especially the big prawn! But no cheese taste - how about was there milky/creamy taste?

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  4. Yummy. Everything looked sumptious. I would like to try that creamy mee hoon. Never had that before.

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  5. The crispy fish with lemonade sauce looks good and I like that omelette too

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  6. Yes, I want too! Everything looks delicious! I want to try the cheesy noodles!

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