Malacca Trip Day 2 (Mamee Jonker House)!

Yes, in continuation of my Malacca trip early this month, Day 2 was considered the day we had the most fun!

You can read how my Day 1 went here 🙂

Mamee Jonker House was our highlight in our itinerary, but before that, we decided to fill our starving tummies with breakfast first!

We had Wanton Mee for breakfast and honestly, my appetite isn’t that great in the mornings…but I still managed to finish my plate of wanton mee somehow.

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Hmm, if you have a choice, I wouldn’t recommend dropping by this place. We didn’t really like the wanton mee and I don’t recall the soup and wanton being tasty too. The black coffee wasn’t strong and flavourful enough as well. I guess the only thing that was pretty decent was the chinese rojak? That was quite appetitising in my opinion.

Although we weren’t very satisfied from the breakfast, we headed to Mamee Jonker House filled with lots of excitement and hope!

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Mamee monster and his baby..?!

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Mamee monster stuff toys!!!

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They even have miniature display on the whole process of creating a mamee snack!

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Mister Potato!

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Childhood snacks!!!

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Then we proceeded to level 2 to create our own Mamee snack! 😀

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Watching a short clip on how mamee snacks are made!

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A very cute apron to go along while creating our very own mamee snack!

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Apron, checked. Shower cap, checked.

All set and ready to go!

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We were given a piece of dough.

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This is the machine used to flatten the dough and create the noodles out of it.

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And the bf and I managed to snap a wefie while waiting for our turns 😛

After kneading the dough into a ball with a little bit of water until it became dry, then it was thrown into the machine to flatten it into 3mm!

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Me hard at work 😛

Then it was sliced into noodles using the same machine.

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After which, we had to marinate the noodles with chicken stock.

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And had to weight the noodles and select only 25g of it to be placed into the basket to deep fry.

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The deep frying process :

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Then came the sealing process :

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Oh if you’re wondering how we got these cute and colourful wrappers, we had some luxury time to decorate them ourselves while waiting for the dough to be ready! 🙂

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I tried to be funny and added on the specs, basketball (you can’t tell?!), the tie and the collar (again you can’t tell?!)…

We then walked around a little more before leaving…there were so many cute pictures on the wall and I don’t wish to bore you guys with all of them but there’s some 🙂

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The toilet signs are so cute right? 😛

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Last mamee monster before heading back down to level 1!

We were a little tired out so we went shopping over at Dataran Pahlawan Melaka Megamall where we indulged in one of my favourite drinks – COFFEE!!!

Pacific Coffee at Dataran Pahlawan Melaka Megamall 

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The molten chocolate lava cake was quite yummy but we ordered the wrong size for our cuppas and ended up struggling to finish everything. We were bloated in the end it felt so tough to digest 🙁

We shopped around before heading back to the hotel to prep for the wedding that night.

Day 2 was really a tiring yet fun-filled day and night for all. If you are a Mamee Monster snack fan, you should really try out the Mamee monster snack maker course for only RM10! 😀

On our last day, we patronised Malacca’s famous Nonya eatery outlet and dropped by an interesting cafe, so stay tuned because you wouldn’t want to miss all these! 😀

2 comments

  1. Selina says:

    Hi Jean,

    Thanks for sharing the processof creating Mamee snack in Malacca. Next time, when you visit Malacca, don’t forget to taste local

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