Melaka

486 Baba Low @ Melaka


I went to Melaka at the end of September this year with my family. Our main aim is to eat, eat and eat. It was a fulfilling journey both in our tummies and spirit. We went on a Monday therefore tourist were few and there’s no need to queue for anything!

Our first stop for breakfast is at 486 Baba Low, a place that serve authentic Nyonya food. It took us quite some time to find the place as the GPS coordinate I obtained from Bangsar Babe blog couldn’t pin point the exact location. Eventually we found out the stall is located along Jalan Siantan Sek 2. The stall is actually located behind a large house (the house is facing the main road Jalan Tengkera).

Menu @ 486 Baba Low, Melaka
We ordered everything from the menu except nasi lemak.

Bihun Siam @ 486 Baba Low, Melaka
Bihun siam @ RM3.50. We opted for bihun instead of mee because I love bihun. Haha Love it.

Pai Tee @ 486 Baba Low, Melaka
Pai tee @ RM4.00. The fillings are minimal. Taste heavenly when I added the broth from the nyonya laksa. Otherwise it’s quite plain.

Popiah @ 486 Baba Low, Melaka
Popiah @ RM3.00. I think the popiah skin is made by Baba Low themselves since they’re so different with the typical popiah skin.

Popiah @ 486 Baba Low, Melaka
The fillings are very basic. Consist mostly of shredded turnip – sengkuang (same as pai tee filling) and cucumber. Not really my kind of popiah.

Nyonya Laksa @ 486 Baba Low, Melaka
Nyonya laksa @ RM4.50. If you’re not a spicy person, don’t mix in the sambal.

Nyonya Laksa @ 486 Baba Low, Melaka
Oh yes, bihun again. Bihun rocks! Haha Yummy!

Cendol @ 486 Baba Low, Melaka
Cendol – a must have when in Melaka.

Cendol @ 486 Baba Low, Melaka
The sweet taste of the gula melaka and wonderful aroma of santan heavily present in this bowl of cendol… oh wow so heavenly. One of the best I’ve tried in this Melaka trip.

486 Baba Low @ Melaka
Order and pay at the counter. The lady who’s manning the counter is friendly. Instead another lady who’s in charged of serving and collecting empty plates seems to be a little rude.

486 Baba Low @ Melaka
The entrance to 486 Baba Low, Melaka.

Bubbling Sambal @ 486 Baba Low, Melaka
So I visited their loo before leaving and saw this sambal bubbling away in a large wok in the kitchen. The smell is so rugged and awesome.

Overall, the food ranges from awesome to medicore. My favorite from the lot is the cendol and nyonya laksa. We wanted to buy the kaya but they were out of stock. Well, next time then.

Address:
486 Baba Low
486 Jalan Tengkera,
75200 Melaka.

Additional note:
If you’re coming from Melaka town, turn right after Masjid Tengkera (mosque) into Jalan Siantan Sek 2. The stall is situated behind a large house under a shady tree on your left along Jalan Siantan Sek 2. The large house (I guess own by Baba Low owner) is located at Jalan Tengkera hence the address.

Business hours: 7.30am – 4.00pm from Saturday to Thursday. Close on Friday.

GPS: N02o12.270′ E102o13.910′

Map:

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9 Comments

  • Reply Benny October 20, 2014 at 11:38 pm

    That laksa, so mouthwatering.

  • Reply foongpc October 21, 2014 at 1:54 pm

    Thanks for sharing this, I think I wanna go there next time! Behind Jalan Tengkera right? I wanna try their cendol!

    • Reply Che-Cheh October 21, 2014 at 2:38 pm

      Yup behind Jalan Tengkera. Let me know if you like the cendol. 🙂

  • Reply foongpc October 21, 2014 at 1:56 pm

    The popiah skin looks a bit weird.

    • Reply Che-Cheh October 21, 2014 at 2:39 pm

      Yes, weird for Klang Valley ‘lang’. Special I guess.

  • Reply Dawn October 25, 2014 at 12:50 am

    Yum yum…have to make a point of including Melaka on my next trip back, whenever that is 🙁

    • Reply Che-Cheh October 25, 2014 at 10:22 am

      Dawn, of yes definitely. Make it as soon as possible. Hehe

  • Reply Twenty8 December 20, 2015 at 2:09 pm

    Long waits for food and taste is just mediocre.. a bit overated.. ambiance is good. Suggest to come early for breakfast only.

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