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Chicken Rice Balls At Huang Chang, Taman Damai, Malacca

WEEKEND AT MALACCA!!

Come weekend, we were on the roads again back north, the journey to Malacca took around 3 hours plus and we reached the town around lunch time, just nice for our lunch.  My sons have already planned out the itinerary on where to go and what to eat...
Have Waze will travel.... 

Andy found out a new place to go for Chicken Rice Balls, not in Jonker Street, please.. 
the crowd and the limited parking would deter us from having a good lunch... 
This place is called Huang Chang at Taman Damai... 
But I surely remember to take the pictures!
One has to queue up to order... 
Before that, we must find a table first... they are so limited here!
Soon our food arrived!
One whole chicken for the five of us.... 
Two plates of greens... 
And 40 rice balls... that means 8 balls for each person.. 
I managed to eat six... my girl only five... 
The rest went to the other three... 
A Thumbs UP as usual for the one who does not have much chance to take local food... 
And we have to get up fast for the next round of people who came flocking in!


Comments

  1. Been years since I last went to Malacca - would love to go for the nyonya food there.

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  2. There's a chicken rice ball in Singapore Toa Payoh , not too sure if it's still there anot as quite long didn't go there liao...

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  3. I have never had chicken rice balls before, so I am curious. But I know I will love it for sure since I am a number one chicken rice lover :)

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  4. Must eat chicken rice balls when go to Melacca. Yum yum.

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  5. The chicken dish looks delicious! I wish I knew how to make rice balls, do you make them? It is so nice that you can relax now while your boys plan everything!

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    1. No, I don't know how to make them... I like to eat only.. hahaa

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  6. good that the alternatives taste just as good!

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  7. Oh my goodness! That looks so amazing - from the shake to the chicken rice. Whenever I am back home, I hantam the chicken rice and bak kut teh sampai the lembu comes home! Why would your son not have the chance to eat local makan?

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