Rendezvous: A popular gathering place
A decent shop nestled at the row of heritage shops along the famous Lorong Hang Jebat is named after the above meaningful word. It’s indeed a gathering place from both the East & West, people from different places, a place for people like us to gather for good Melaka fares.
Famous for their Nyonya Chang or Nyonya Dumplings and Cendol, we decided to pop by for a change of venue from our usual Jonker 88 Cendol Spot along Jonker as well.
We’re pretty attracted to their Nyonya Chang as many would visit East & West Rendezvous for them.
Upon reaching, we were asked to wait as their current batch of dumpling finished fast.
While waiting, we had their other famous shares:
Cendol – RM 2.50
Their normal signature Cendol comes with sago bits, cendol, red beans that was brimmed with fine shaven ice. Have always love how they drizzle the Gula Melaka all over along with fragrant coconut milk that adds the aroma. Great thirst quencher!
Durian cendol – RM 3.50
For durian lovers, it’s a great kick for a hot afternoon!
Nyonya kuih – RM 1
Being a huge fan of Nyonya kuihs, Rempah Udang Nyonya have always been our favourite! Fragrant and spicy dried shrimp sambal wrapped around with glutinous rice coloured with Butterfly Pea Flower. Thumbs up!
Here’s comes the long awaited Nyonya Chang that we love!
And we even bought some back home to KL too!
A beautiful bluish dumpling coloured by the blue pea flowers filled wth generous portions of their homemade fillings that ignited our palate: minced pork, mushroom and some wintermelon that added the hints of sweetness to it as well as the spices that they used to elevate the overall fragrance. Must try!
The yummy fillings 🙂
East & West Rendezvous 祖传冰室
60, Lorong Hang Jebat,
Tel: +016 634 6283 (Grace Tan)
**Photos credits to AiWei 🙂
2 Replies to “East & West Rendezvous 祖传冰室 @ Melaka”
wah drooling looking at the durian cendol ….. :P~~~~
Cendol is a must try! Generous amount of coconut milk makes the cendol tastes so good. I’ve been tasting quite a number of cendol’s’ along Jonker Street and I found my favourite in Nancy’s Kitchen. RM3 for a small potion of cendol, but I think it’s worth to every penny. No special or fancy ingredients, just a very authentic Nyonya cendol with red bean, gula melaka, ‘green worms’. *Thumbs up* Popiah (Spring Rolls). The filling was nicely wrapped in the skin which I find it not too thick and not too thin. As for the filling, good flavour combinations. RM 3 each.