04 January 2013

Aunty Koh Cendol: Best Cendol in Melaka

Our first pit stop during Eat, Play & Drive with Nissan Almera food hunt is Aunty Koh Cendol. I was being ignorant for not hearing about it before, but apparently it's a very place and is known as Best Cendol in Melaka! Located in a deserted area called Bukit Rambai, it's not easy to find unless you have GPS.

Positioned along the street, you'll need to keep an eye for her banner because it looks kinda old already and the color has started to fade. Nevertheless, many people still managed to find her attap shop to escape the heat from the hot sun.

Aunty Koh Cendol shop
Aunty Koh Cendol shop

Aunty Koh
Aunty Koh

Everyone likes Aunty Koh because she has a very friendly and talkative character. It's a joy talking to her =)
According to her, the green jellies was made by her brother while the coconut milk was prepared by her from scratch. Imagine the effort to produce such smooth and delicious cendol dessert!

Aunty Koh scoops up green jellies into the bowl
Aunty Koh scoops up green jellies into the bowl

Green jelly and kidney beans
Green jelly and kidney beans

Ice is shaved on top of the green jelly and kidney beans
Ice is shaved on top of the green jelly and kidney beans

TA-DAH!!! It's done! Let's nom Aunty Koh Cendol!
TA-DAH!!!
It's done! Let's nom Aunty Koh Cendol!

For photography purpose, we requested Aunty Koh for a bowl with the ingredients on top Price: RM 2.50 (small) / RM 3.50 (big)
For photography purpose, we requested Aunty Koh for a bowl with the ingredients on top
Price: RM 2.50 (small) / RM 3.50 (big)

The perfect ratio of coconut milk and gula Melaka makes it not too sweet but yet rich and tasty! I couldn't agree more that this is definitely the Best Cendol in Melaka! For those who doesn't like sweet dessert or if you want to clean your palate after eating Cendol, you can also order Taibak from Aunty Koh. 

Taibak Price: RM 1.50 (small) / RM 2.50 (big)
Taibak
Price: RM 1.50 (small) / RM 2.50 (big)

Compared to cendol, Taibak has a plain taste as the only thing it contained are the shredded red and white flour,  pandan syrup and shaved ice. If you're keen to try Aunty Koh Cendol, remember to be there early! Aunty Koh Cendol only opens during weekends at 12pm and usually sold out by 2pm!

Ahhh... so refreshing!!
Ahhh... so refreshing!!


Address:
Aunty Koh’s Cendol
No. 5113, Jalan Batang Tiga,
Kampung Bukit Rambai.
75250, Melaka

GPS coordinate: 2.246583, 102.191867


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20 comments :

  1. ccendol seems yummy. u tried penang's one?

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  2. I don't like those big read beans... Better than Mako's? Mako's real good...but RM3.50 for a little bowl...and must eat there, then only can order. So sombong one! Tsk! Tsk!

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  3. I love the cendol at Aunty Koh too! :)

    I thought the thaibak was refreshing but it tasted a bit like a shaved ice dessert we have in my hometown called "wu wei tang" (five flavor soup).

    I'm missing this bowl of cendol. :D

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  4. OMG! I want to eat the cendol!! So yummy!!!!

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  5. This is a really great bowl of cendol! Luv the rich flavor of the coconut milk!

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  6. Wow, only open during weekends? :O and somemore sold out within 2 hours. Must be real good then! Will try if I happen to go Melaka :D

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  7. OMg looks so nice! I never try before :(

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    1. Don't be sad... Melaka is quite near. Can organize a one day trip there

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  8. Hmmmm can we opt not to have kidney beans and replace with the smaller red beans?

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    1. Unfortunaly no dear... You're not fond of kidney beans?

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  9. Ahh.. My next trip balik kampung I must make sure I try this out!

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  10. Though I'm from Melaka, I've never tried Aunty Koh's

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  11. oh, taibak?.. never heard of this before but it sounds interesting.

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