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Monday, September 27, 2010

Food Point of Interest


Yong Moh Coffee Stall Serving Best Juicy Pork Bun and Dim Sum in Melaka

Pictures and writing by Foodpoi.com
August 28, 2010 




When you are heading down to Melaka for a weekend trip. Obviously you will be having chicken rice for breakfast on your first day. How about the second day? You will for sure want to try something else. On my last weekend escapade to Melaka, I went and checkout this place called Yong Moh Coffee Stall which recommended by my friend.
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Located along the narrow Jalan Tukang Emas, or Blacksmith Street, adjacent to Jonker Walk and opposite the 17th Century Kampung Kling Mosque, this is a typical coffee shop currently managed by the third generation of the Low family. It serves one of the best and most value-for-money meat buns accompanied by a good brew of locally-ground coffee.
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The first thing that caught my eye when walking near to this place is the meat buns. It looks slightly smaller than what we had back in KL. It is just barely half the size of the TAI PAU of KL. Skins are white which indicates its freshness.
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Most of my colleagues were caught by a surprise. The first bite into the bun makes the gravy burst out and make a mess out of it on their face.
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Look at the fillings and the gravy … perfect!
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Other type of buns
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Steamed using the traditional basket steamer compared to the modern glass box.

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