Restaurants in Melaka (Malacca) – 362 Restaurants
Nadeje Patisserie is a cosy cafe that occupies two shop lots in Malacca. It specializes in mille crêpe, a French cake made of many crêpe layers. "Mille" means "a thousand" in French, implying the many layers of crêpe used.
Many selection of crepe cake! Have to be prepare to line up for a seat tho. Always jam packed.posted
One of the oldest and most original satay celup restaurant. Compared to lok lok which is dipping raw foods into hot water, this is dipping into hot peanut sauce. All the foods were stored in refrigerator to preserve the freshness. Be sure to go there early as the sauce will be recycled and recooked. If you go early, your sauce is fresh from the kitchen.
Great place for satay celup if you don't want to be stuck in the line for an hour.posted missadriennely.wordpress.com 9 Reviews
One of the famous Cendol stall located at Jonker Street. This shop is famous for its environment which decorated by plenty of archeology artifacts displayed on the wall display. Furthermore this shop also is been endorsed by 8TV Hochak show. But my personal opinion, I still prefer the Bibik House Cendol as it taste much much better located down the road.
The food quality has somehow deteriorated. Must be the fame. Le sigh.posted constance-ant.com 76 Reviews
Although I have visited Melaka a few times, I have not really had any authentic Nyonya food. We took a drive around town and saw this restaurant. We decided to give them a try. The exterior was done up to imitate a the front of a traditional Peranakan house, complete with a pair of paper lanterns hanging on both sides. Even the interior sported black and white photos tastefully displayed in wooden photo frames. Marble top tables were flanked by wooden chairs with rattan weaving.posted chryshijing.blogspot.com.au 35 Reviews
Run by a Chinese – Pakistani couple it seems, so the culinary roots are very close to it’s origin run the Chinese way. The signage at the shop tells some talks about the shop’s history. Starting first with Tandori and Naan, then evolving to some Indian-Mamak items such roti chanai and now Bombay side dishes.
Overall: 9.5/10 (Still giving a almost perfect score) Taste bud indulgence: 10/10 (taste has been fairly constant for the last few visits.) Purse saver: 10/10 (Since it's naan fill with cheese, you can't expect it be to cheap, aren't you? But it does worth your penny) Atmosphere: 9/10 (Typical mamak atmosphere, the service has been improve since my last few visits)posted ysquarec.blogspot.com 37 Reviews
Malacca’s famous Chicken Ball. This chicken rice dish is a variation of the Hainanese chicken rice.
From what I can see the shop actually still empty. Wondering why they hold their customers outside. A 'Rude' Lady will take order at main entrance then only allow you to enter after you place the order. But since they don't have proper menu, the Lady need to keep explain, (same thing) to every new customer, therefore the Q become longer from time being. So maybe this is one of their tactics to show they have very good business infact inside still got a lot of empty table!posted pohkemonfooddiary.blogspot.com 126 Reviews
It was crowded and the food is so good and Cheap!!!
Donald and Lily Nyonya Food is one of the famous eating place in Melaka. They just move to new ahop, not really know what the name of the place, it is around Jalan Kota Laksamana, opposite Bei Zhan.posted pohkemonfooddiary.blogspot.com 126 Reviews
Googling for "Ole Sayang" returned hundred of results about its Peranakan Food, mostly reviewed and recommended by travel or tourism related websites... after tried the food here, I concluded this restaurant was overrated, not because the food here is not good, but really... nothing excited... maybe modern lifestyle makes people longed for more "home-style" kind of dishes.
I really favor nyonya food therefore my choice of selection is quite particular so may not be the best Nyonya food that I have tried but definitely is one of the famous in Malacca that you can tried some local taste with reasonable price.posted foodtobuzz.blogspot.com 409 Reviews
Western food with Asian fusion. The must try is their yummy Mexican Pork Chop @ RM12.50. The Mexican pork chop was well marinated, nicely grilled. The Mexican sauce contains diced cucumber, tomatoes, peppers, onions, chilli and vinegar which really complement the slightly charred pork chop. It is super busy on Saturday night, be prepared to wait.posted gastronomicaltravel.blogspot.sg 3 Reviews