Located at Jalan Hang Jebat, one of the UNESCO heritage building at the popular Jonker Street in Melaka. It is easily sighted because of the big MAMEE signage. Mamee brand or Mamee Monster is not something new to many of us. Mamee Monster was a popular snack during my younger days. I like to smash it then add the seasoning powder into it and shack it. 😀
*feeling so nostalgic*
Do you still eat Mamee Monster noodle snack? Yes, I do.
During the impromptu public holiday, I brought my family for a short trip to Melaka.
At Mamee Jonker House, you could shop for merchandises or products, participate in their activities (Lil Monster Kitchen or Noodle Doodle) or even dine in their cafe which serve mainly local food.
Since I didn’t have a chance to DIY my cuppa noodle at Yokohama Cup Noodles Museum, Japan……why not trying it here.
Each cup is priced at RM5.20. You can choose between Chicken or Curry or Tom Yam flavor seasoning for your noodle later.
These coloring pens are provided there. Despite children, I noticed that many adults enjoyed coloring and decorating the cup too. I believed coloring could help to relieve stress.
Jet was patiently coloring his cup of instant noodle.
“I’m gonna color my monster in pink!”
After you are done decorating the cup, head over to the “Packaging Station”, at the end of the room.
You will need to begin at Step 1. Step 1 and 2 basically about filling the cup with a piece of instant noodle.
Step 3 will insert the seasoning sachet into the cup.
Then, you are required to select 4 out of 6 condiments. Choose from dehydrated chilli, cabbage, chives, corn, carrots and green peas. Therefore you can custom made your cup of noodle with your favorite choice of condiments.
Cup noodle came out of the ‘Shrinking Machine’ was let to cool before collection. An expiry date was stamped on the cup. I noticed that it has shorter shelf life compared to those we bought from supermarket.
As we were leaving, we spotted the Mamee Monster mascot. Everyone was trying to take photo with him, while Jet was pulling me away because he is afraid of mascots. =_=
All in all, it was a good experience and a fun-filled activity to do with your children.
MAMEE JONKER HOUSE
Address: No 46 & 48, Jalan Hang Jebat (Jonker Street), 75200 Melaka.
Contact No. : 06 – 2867 666
Monday to Thursday 10.00am-5.00pm
Friday, Saturday and Sunday 10.00am-7.00pm
4 thoughts on “Noodle Doodle @Mamee Jonker House, Melaka”
I’ve been here but didn’t try the DIY cup noodles.
Handsome boy!!! Every kid’s favourite – Ma…meeeee!!! We have their instant noodles here but I don’t remember trying any of them.
Amazing! I’ve tried Mamee Chef noodles here in the Philippines, and I’m a fan of the laksa variant. Hope they bring the concept to our shores!
I will visit mamee if I’m in Melaka again. Seems like a pretty interesting place eh! 😀