After our lunch at Hoe Kee Chicken Rice Balls, we decided to have our dessert at one of the famous Jongker Dessert 88 which is located a throw stone away from Hoe Kee Restaurant.

I still remember when I first time came is past few years and that time I went with some of my friends from Singapore. Since they so excited to try the Malacca food, I bring them to have a dessert & baba nyonya food there.

From what I know, Jonker 88 Dessert Museum Cafe was formed back in 1997 by the Yoong Family who are all native Melaka people and it is located in the famous heritage district called Jonker Street (Jalan Hang Jebat).

A local favourite, this quaint little cafe serves local Melaka desserts, noodles and also rice which is part of the Baba-Nyonya cuisine or Peranakan Cuisine. Melaka has also been awarded a UNESCO World Heritage status in 2009.

They still keep a lot of antique stuff.

Once you step into the cafe, you will notice that there are a lot of museum pieces displayed throughout the cafe. It’s not only a cafe but also a museum. that’s why they known as Museum Cafe. There’s have an aged wooden display cabinets hold priceless antiques and memorabilia which is in the front portion of the cafe.

Cosy interior. Too small right? Only can fit a few people if wanna compare with their loyal customer!

I really don’t have any idea what there have on the 2nd floor. Their room perhaps.
If not, it’s better if they open and use the 2nd floor for the dine room. VIP room I think is good choice XD

Can you see the lane? How la want cross? Too pack =.=”

They serve cendul & baba nyonya food

I’m not really good in cendul tasting since for me most of the cendul or ice kacang is the same. The basic ingredients of this dessert consist of shaved ice, starch noodles with pandan flavouring, red beans, coconut milk and gula melaka.

Eight Precious Cendol (E.P.C) @ RM3.00. This cendol known E.P.C because they as had eight different ingredients under the shaved ice. Not only they have peanuts and cendol (green colour) bout also other ingredients that are pretty obvious but I didn’t check the rest of the ingredients though. Gula Melaka (palm sugar) and Santan were heavily drizzled on both desserts.

Sago Cendul @ RM3.00. This cendul have less ingredient if want compare with th E.P.C but there have extra too. Rich with sago and topping by thick palm sugar it’s good enough as a nice dessert.

So hot is it?

Some of the random photo!

Everyone enjoy their dessert on the opposite of the dessert house
since there’s no space for all of us T_T

Me & Alvin.
Suddenly met him after I finish ate the cendul. He & his group also wanna have some dessert XD

From Left…
Zoe, Rehka, Christine, Ellyse Sister, Ellyse (behind), Kingston, Vivienne (peach color shirt), Steph, Eiko, Me & MJ.

Overall I will vote:
7/10 for the service. Too crowd & there is no service.
8/10 for the food quality and quantity of the food excellent. Awesome & Cheap.
6/10 for the environment. Cosy interior but always pack. difficult to get seat.

Jonker Dessert 88 (Museum Cafe)
88, Jonker Walk
Jalan Hang Jebat 75200

Tel No:
019-3975665 (Jason)
019-2517667 (Jenny)
019-6695959 (Johnson)

Opening Hours:
Daily – 10.00am to 6.00pm
Saturdays – 10.00am to 10.00pm

P.S.: This is based on individual’s taste and liking and if there’s any other further questions about this restaurant or the food, feel free to drop a comment. Thanks!