Monday, March 8, 2021
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6 Best Eateries in Malacca that Help You Experience What the Locals Eat


Malaysia is an entire country that is known for its rich and diverse food culture. It is not surprising that people from all walks of life dine here. Heck, the food in Malaysia is so good that even people from neighboring countries flock here just for that.

In Melaka, you find girl escorts that also eat some scrumptious, yet very affordable meals. If you want to do the same, then read further to find out some of the best eateries in Malacca that will help you experience what the locals eat.

1. The Daily Fix

Whether you want to get a good cup of Joe or you want to eat some breakfast to help you power through your day, then head over to the Daily Fix.

This place has an old-fashioned vibe to it and they serve some amazing fresh-brewed coffee. Aside from its ambiance and coffee, I also advise you to try out their delicious pancakes. Trust me, you won’t be disappointed.

2. Mods Café

If you want a fun and quirky café that serves some amazing cheesecakes and other desserts, then the Mod Café is for you.

Here, you can find cute vintage designs and vinyl records that are placed on the walls as part of the background.

I recommend that you try their espresso along with their cheesecakes.

3. Kedai Kopi Chung Wah

Found in Jonker Street, Kedai Kopi Chung Wah is famous for its chicken rice, rice balls, and half chicken.

Because this is one of the most popular food stalls in Jonker Street, you will find a lot of patrons lining up to get their fill.

That is why it is imperative that you come here as early as possible so that you do not have to contend with the locals.

4. Pin Pin Hiong

Sample some of the city’s amazing Hainanese foods in Pin Pin Hiong. This restaurant is run by old an old uncle that is the master of Hainanese cuisine.

If you come here, I definitely can vouch for their pork chop, Mee Sua soup, and Oyster Omelette. The soup was simply amazing that I had to order another bowl because I couldn’t get enough of the amazing broth!

5. Low Yong Moh Restaurant

The Low Yong Moh Restaurant specializes in Dimsum so if you want to sample some of their famous Siomai and chicken feet, you need to be ready to fight your way through.

That is because this restaurant is filled with loyal customers that cannot seem to get enough of what they are serving.

Hailed by the locals as having the best dimsum in the metro, it is no wonder that this place is usually jam-packed throughout the day.

6. Asam Pedas Claypot

Asam Pedas is a Sour-Savory dish that is usually served with Tenggiri fish. That being said, you need to sample some amazing Asam Pedas dishes in the Asam Pedas Claypot.

Located in Jonker Street, you cannot miss it since this place is teeming with loyal patrons that also want their fill of Asam Pedas goodness.