This is one of the most famous restaurants in Malacca Gucheng Chicken Rice Noodles, which has been listed as a World Heritage Site. Almost every foodie who comes to Malacca will come here, but the taste is really good, especially the Hainanese chicken rice here is really authentic and delicious.
Malacca’s Gucheng Chicken Rice Ball is very famous here. It is a restaurant listed as a World Heritage Site. It is really very different. The decoration of the restaurant is antique, and the dishes here are classic Guangzhou Fujian dishes, which are full of flavors and fresh ingredients. It is definitely worth tasting for everyone.
This is the famous ancient city chicken rice noodles in Malacca. This restaurant has been mentioned in many travel notes. The restaurant is decorated with unique characteristics and is also listed as a world historical and cultural heritage. The most famous is the chicken rice cubes, the muscles are very tender, and there is also the signature Asian fish, 48 MYR, but the taste is not very good, not very recommended.
I saw two restaurants recommended by the God of Cookery in Jonker Street, and in principle, the one near the door. When I went there at 2 pm, there were not many guests due to heavy rain that day. I ordered chicken cubed rice, which is about the same size as beef balls. It tastes a bit like mashed potatoes. In addition, the sliced chicken and drinks are also very good.
This restaurant is a well-known Hainanese chicken rice specialty store in Malacca, because its chicken rice is small rice balls. The whole restaurant follows the nostalgic route, which is quite Malacca characteristic! "Gucheng Chicken Rice Grain" is located in Jonker Street. There are many photos of celebrities visiting the store on the wall, including Liang Jingru, grasshoppers, etc. It is said that the gourmet Chua Lam also recommended it. Still a very good shop.
The store on Jonker Street is more than a hundred years old. Next to San Shu Gong, this is the fifth branch. There are several stores in Jonker Street. It seems that the business is quite good.
The chicken rice is not too big, it is salty, the taste is average, the fish ball soup and roast chicken taste good, the crystal dew tastes good, the thick coconut flavor, the sweetness is right, just strolling the street all morning, very Relieve heat
The dining environment is good. The entire restaurant has Chinese characteristics. The gatehouse, plaques, tables... everywhere reveal a strong "Chinese style". The dishes are not too expensive. There are a quarter of the white-cut chicken, and the general dishes are also available in large and small portions, but the taste is not even authentic Chinese food, or it seems that they are more or less improved. For example, white sliced chicken is different from the traditional practice in Guangdong, China. The Malay Chinese mix in many ingredients and flavors when they cook the chicken, and they will also put soy sauce and other seasonings on the table before serving. The rapeseed will be topped with sweet juice, I don't like it very much, but it is still acceptable! However, his tortoise paste and kumquat water taste really good!