Jalan Bunga Raya and Jalan Kee Ann Area
Jalan Bunga Raya and Jalan Kee Ann is a MUST stop for locals and visitors alike if they want to taste authentic Malaccan cuisines eaten by local Malaccans. You can savour local foods and desserts during lunch hours and in the evenings by visiting the hawker stalls and hawker centre located along Jalan Bunga Raya and Jalan Kee Ann.
One reknown eating centre located along busy Jalan Bunga Raya is the
Bunga Raya Lane Hawker Centre. There are a number of hawker stalls
One special stall that sells the Malacca's famous Pork Rice operated by the Ho Family. This stall has been in operation for the 3 generations under the Ho family. It was opened before the 2nd. World War. Serves excellent barbequed pork, sausages, roast chicken, kangkong and the special sweet meat made from liver & pork (Long Yok) As far as we know, this long yok is only available here in Malacca. No other places in Malaysia serves this special meat - highly recommended to all visitors. This stall is only opened during lunch hours from 11.00am to 3.00pm and closes fortnightly either on Wednesday or Thursday.
During the Night
At night, Malacca's famous fried oyster ( Hor Chien ) stall operates here. They have been operating here before the 2nd. World War and the fried oysters used to be fried over a firewood fire. Now, they are fried by gas burners instead. Ever popular with Malaccans, you will see cars parked along the right of this narrow street during the night for their fried oysters.
Another popular stall next to this hawker centre is the wan tan mee stall which also operates at night at the coffee shop next door. It is opened from 7.00pm till midnight.
Further down the road, you will find Malacca's famous "Yau cha Kwai"
located just beside Mimosa Hotel. The delicious
Fried Raddish stall is located at the lane besides Tong Wah Optical Shop while for the adventurous, you can eat your "See ham" (cockles) on the road side.
Further down Jalan Kee Ann, you will be able to savior the various eating stalls at the Jalan Kee Ann Night Hawker Stalls. Different varieties of local food are available nightly where food lovers can eat their food on the street and watch the world go by. Certainly a place for the visitors and locals alike to eat, see and experience the night activities in Melaka.