And oh chien (oyster omelette), but the oh chien was nothing special to me. Honestly speaking I've not tasted any oh chien which had wow-ed me before..even in Penang! :3
I can't really remember where the stall is located, but it's not really hard to find at the food area of the night market. Somewhere along the alley where a shop selling Aik Cheong coffee.
|look at those babies being grilled!|
We had the Thai-style and cheese oysters - the latter being my favourite! The Thai-style ones were a bit spicy, but I find nothing special about them. They cost RM16 for 4 pieces, and you can have them raw as well. :)
So.. I think I wouldn't mind dropping by the night market again the next time I go to Melaka.