Chili Pan Mee.. is not scary on spot but the aftermath.
Chili Pan Mee.. is not scary on spot but the aftermath.
Warning: Long post ahead with food.
It’s my first time to attend a review on invitation alone. XD Before this, I used to go food review with my mentor (Jasonmumbles) or I went and reviewed myself without invitation (self-invite) Hahaha
Do you know this two? Yes, they are the famous duo from Baba Nyonya show and Nasi Lemak 2.0. The one on the right is Kenny Chan who happens to be the Main Chef and Owner of the nyonya restaurant, Kenny’s Delight I’m visiting.
It’s an awesome chance for me to meet a celebrity especially one I grew up watching.
So last weekend, I grabbed a non blogger friend of mine who happened to stay nearby the restaurant to go with me. Usually, people will go and greet the owner before hand but the inexperienced me went there, sat down and ordered like everyone else. XD It could be both a good and bad move to do.
Bad as the owner/chef might have already prepare something special for you, a new dish to try or something. The good is you can taste something everyone else is tasting.
Here’s what we ordered…
The Nyonya Cendol is good. The cendol gave a very nice chewy experience, not as hard as those conventional cendols found elsewhere and I like the small mushy red bean very much. It kinda reminds me of the Cendol in Kuching and the one here do not comes with Gula Melaka too which usually overkill the great coconut milk taste.
Next, we had…
I heard from the Malaccan friend that this is a very traditional Nyonya dish/dessert. It’s a type of rice noodle served with sugar water. Initially, I thought it might turned out to be very sweet but to my surprise it’s not which is good. (I’m not a sweet loving person). The only taste comes from the pink/white rice noodles.
I ordered the Nyonya Laksa as it is a famous nyonya dish. At first, I thought it to be Asam Laksa like the one in Jonker street but turned out it was Lemak Laksa, a variant of Curry Laksa. My friend told me this is the real Nyonya Laksa and the Asam Laksa is more of a Penang Laksa.
The laksa was served with sliced eggs, boiled egg and fried prawns. Yep, fried prawns. The prawns were fried before served, it’s so crispy, I actually ate it with its shell. Then I took the first sip of the soup/gravy. It was soo rich with coconut milk. It’s like…
hahaha okay abit over but really it was rich.
I ordered my laksa with Bee Hoon which is a bad decision as the Bee Hoon (Rice Vermicelli) soaked up all the gravy and I became bloated after only eaten half bowl. Word of advice: Do not order this with Cendol. It might be too much coconut milk for one to handle.
I think it would be nice if they can have another option of thick Bee Hoon other than thin Bee Hoon and yellow noodle. The one that doesn’t soak up the gravy too much. Then again, that would turned out to be not original. ^^”
My friend in the other hand ordered this…
Okay.. Mee Siam.. they all taste alike
that’s what I thought..
but… This is really really good!!! *cross my fluffy heart*
I tried quite a lot of Mee Siam from around Melaka over the years here and they all tasted almost the same; dead sweet, sour and a bit spicy. The Mee Siam here is very different, there’s this bean paste flavor in it. It gave another level of taste to it. A must order if you’re here!! 😀 My friend who can never finished a plate of rice actually finished the whole plate. @@
Siamese Beans Kap!!!
After our meal, I went and greet the Chef, Mr Kenny Chan himself. He was so surprised to found out I already ordered and finished eating. Hahaha… He actually thought of preparing something special like for me to try. I felt kinda bad after hearing that. ^^”
Then, he asked us to try this Rendang Chicken, a new dish that yet to be in the menu. I accepted the offer since he said it’s gonna be a small portion but turned out to be a full plate of..
Nevertheless, we tried it…and..
it was my-image-and-word-indescribable especially the Rendang Chicken.
The moment we scooped the Rendang and put in our mouth. We paused and looked at each other with a smile and kept nodding our heads. XD hahaha..the scene was very funny.
And the next thing we know, we already emptied the whole plate despite the fact I was bloated earlier from the Laksa and my friend had a very small tummy to begin with. XD
I do not know how to describe the taste. It was just there, right at the spot. Even now, my friend kept bugging me to bring her go there again for the Rendang. ^^” Let’s just hope Mr Kenny will faster include this Rendang Chicken dish in his menu. XD
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Oh in case, you wanna try this restaurant, the info is all here, Kenny’s Delight. They currently situated at Jalan Laksamana Cheng Ho (a.k.a. Jalan Panjang) somewhere near Bukit Cina or the Hang Li Po’s Well area. MAP.
No worries if you have problem finding them as the restaurant will move to Melaka Raya (right opposite Library Pub) in end of March under the name, Big Nyonya.
Do keep an eye for it ^^
Oh here’s a picture of Mr Kenny Chan himself (not in Nyonya costume) and someone I asked to pretend to be me.
Oh, remember the video I share earlier? It seems like there’s a sequel or second trailer to it O_o
Moral of the day: Remember to check all the ingredients before you cook.
Hahaha… Although my Sweet and Sour Crabs failed miserably but still I did manage to come out with Sweet and Spicy Crabs …somehow. LOL
Anyway, what matters the most is I manage to help my Dad out with the chores. Lalalala~~ *Happy Son*
Oh! For those who are interested to cook, here’s the recipe. And since it’s Valentine’s Day, you can try cook something for your loved ones too 🙂
Oh and try not to forget your ingredients..like me. 😛
Lastly, I wish all couple out there a Happy Valentine’s Day!! 🙂