5. Fishball Lobak
This is not the deep fried lobak from Kuala Lumpur, Penang or Singapore. A plate of Melaka fishball lobak cost only a few ringgit, it depends how much you want. The fishball lobak consist of fried fishball, crispy “cracker”, fried taufu (beancurd) and fried yam with cucumber and sweet starchy paste and also chili sauce.
This is a typical fishball lobak, a Malaccan food which is easily available at most stalls in Melaka. They are extremely addictive!Instagram