Uncle Keong Delicacies at Malacca
"A Date With Bloggers at Melaka 2012" bunting was display in front of the restaurant
This restaurant was also our First pit stop for the weekend program, and arranged nicely for us by the son of the Owner - Mr Lex. He's helpful and friendly!
The interior decoration of Uncle Keong Delicacies
Beside the dishes on the menu, the restaurant also selling Bird Nest at the reasonable price. As Mr Lex explained...(picture below)
Mr Lex was introducing others food products which sell in the restaurant
The first Delicacies served on the table was - "Lotus Seed & Lily Bulbs with White Fungus". Everyone have a small bowl of it...
Lotus Seed & Lily Bulbs with White Fungus
It had simple taste and nice. For those who like Lotus Seed, you will love this! Follow by the second meal of the day..."MISUA (Vermicelli) Soup with Mushroom". Tasty! Especially the mushroom...
"MISUA" (Vermicelli) Soup with Mushroom
Mr Lex with a bowl of Eight Treasure Ice
Eight Treasure Ice of Uncle Keong Delicacies
This dessert has eight type of different beans and mixed with 'sour plum'. I like the special taste! We thought that was the last dessert we going to have in the restaurant, but...suddenly A nice aroma of Curry smell came from the next table, it was the "Spicy Curry Chicken Noodle". Oh man! We were Full at that moment...
Spicy Curry Chicken Noodle
I'm only tasted the curry and the chicken for once, not the whole bowl...well, it was really Good!
If you have a 'Big Tank' (stomach), I advise you taste all the above if you visit Uncle Keong Delicacies at Melaka. Don't Miss the Restaurant which established for almost 50 years!
The common scene during the session...every blogger busy taking photos before they taste the foods! Included me...:)
Bloggers busy taking the food photos...
Related post :-
* A Date with Bloggers - Melaka (Malacca) Gourmet Trip
Uncle Keong Delicacies
58, Jalan Tokong,
Tel : +606-2861313
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : http://www.unclekeong.com.my/
Loaction map of Uncle Keong Delicacies at Jalan Tokong, Malacca (Melaka)