Malacca Restaurants & Dining

Where and What to Eat in Malacca

Malacca's rich Peranakan culture has given birthed to a variety of delicious food that is spicy and sweet, referred to as 'Nyonya' food. The Nyonya style of cooking is the result of a fusion between Chinese and Malay ingredients and recipes, the result of Chinese traders in the past settling in Malacca and adopting the Malay way of living.

Malaccan Nyonya food is also distinct from Penang Nyonya food, where it can also be found. Favouring more spices and coconut milk, the result is a sweeter blend of cooking with a fiery tinge. In comparison, Penang Nyonya food favours a more practical style of cooking, employing simpler ingredients with a helping of 'Belacan' (Black prawn paste). Malaccan dishes are definitely cooked up with more time in the kitchen, the women taking great pride in their wok.

On the other hand, there's also plenty of Malay, Chinese and Indian dishes to savour. Not surprisingly, many tourists flock around the streets of Malacca to feast on the culinary delights that it has to offer. Eating is never a problem as there are plenty of restaurants and stalls to choose from just by driving through town. Some of Malacca's signature dishes can be seen below:


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Dining & Restaurants by Areas

Jonker Street Restaurants Jonker Street Restaurants

It goes without saying that the best thing to do while you’re strolling through the Jonker Street Night Market is to try the food. Read More...

 
Ayer Keroh Restaurants

Apart from a MacDonald’s that stands near the Ayer Keroh toll booth – the primary entry point into the Malacca using the North-South Expressway。 Read More...

Malacca City Restaurants Malacca City Restaurants

The enticing allure of good dining is as much a part of Malacca's appeal as its narrow roads, antiquated shops and the remnants of European empires. Read More...

 
Alor Gajah Restaurants

Although Malacca may be known for its bounteous fare, Alor Gajah has no such claim to fame. Most of the restaurants here are located within A’Famosa itself. Read More...

Tanjung Kling Restaurants Tanjung Kling Restaurants

Although Tanjung Kilng’s landscape has recently been changed by the development and construction of apartment complexes along the sea front. Read More...

   

 

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