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Cendol Sagu Rumbia, Negeri Sembilan

When you talk about cendol, you can definitely imagine a green dessert eaten with ice, Melaka sugar and coconut milk. Cendol made from rice flour and corn flour, can also be eaten with red beans, corn, durian, glutinous rice or tapai. However, many may rarely hear of sago cendol which is made from sago flour and is appetizing even though it is only eaten with shave ice, Melaka sugar and coconut milk. Compared to the usual, sago cendol is tastier because it has a more elastic texture, in addition to a unique aroma. Cendol sago rumbia in Negeri Sembilan can only be obtained from a restaurant near Kampung Lambar, Batu 11, Jalan Lab. “In the past, sago was the staple food of the villagers instead of rice, because it was filling but now it is no longer. They also sell cakes such as cucur badak, popiah, sardine curry, sago rose biscuits and laksa. Located by the roadside, Cendol Sagu Rumbia is open three days a week on Friday to Sunday, from 11am to 6pm. To get here, you can check out the Wa

Restaurant De Costa's 8, Portuguese Settlement Seafood

Located in Kampung Portugis, Melaka at Medan Selera MBMB with a very convenient and nice view of a sea. Serving a fresh and delicious seafood as a main. it should begin with enjoying the sea breeze upon stepping foot in Portuguese Settlement, or perhaps you should drop-by during their merry-making special festivals. For us, as I have already said, seafood is the call, which I believe is the dotted line of Portuguese Settlement for drawing bus loads of tourists. Portuguese Settlement is not far away from town yet you need transport to reach there. There are about 10-15 stalls selling almost similar food. Portuguese Settlement popular offering grilled seafood like fish, clam, lala, squid and more. The Portuguese Settlement is an area of Ujong Pasir in, Malacca, Malaysia, which serves as a home for the Kristang people.The Kristang people are a Malaysian ethnic group with mixed Portuguese and Malay heritage, originating from the time of the Portuguese rule in Malacca. feel free to enjoy au