Jonker Street Restaurants & Dining

Where and What to Eat in Jonker Street

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. The tastiest fare here happens to be the fried egg ice cream – a sweet bread-pastry stuffed with chocolate, strawberry and vanilla ice cream and fried in hot oil. Deliciously yummy, this dessert will have you going back for more and more. Also don’t forget to try the deliciously fresh assorted fish balls and the radish cake that brims with succulent flavours.


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5 Breakfast Places 5 Breakfast Places

Breakfast in an integral part of one’s day, and here we list down five of the best breakfast places in Jonker Street so that you can start your day the right way. Read More...

 
Kedai Kopi Chung Wah Kedai Kopi Chung Wah

Head on to Kedai Kopi Chung Wah if you would like a taste of one of the most celebrated Malacca dishes of all time – chicken rice balls! Read More...

Calanthe Art Cafe Calanthe Art Cafe

Serving Malaysia's 13 states coffee and awesome Nyonya laksa, Calanthe Art Cafe has a lot of charms on its sleeve, besides being a cosy and terribly quirky cafe just right off Jonker Street. Read More...

 
Geographer Cafe Geographer Cafe

Housed in a pre-war corner shop lot, this breezy bar with outdoor seating stays open late. A flavoursome choice of local, Western. Read More...

 

More Restaurants in Jonker Street

Calanthe Art Café

Forget Starbucks and Coffee Bean. While you are in Malacca a visit to Calanthe Art Café is a necessity. Featuring more than 13 different smooth coffee flavours and a menu that includes local favourites and Western snacks, this artsy café – located along Jalan Hang Kasturi – is also home to a delicious house specialty laksa. Read More...

Address: No 11 Jalan Hang Kasturi, 75200.
Tel: (606) 2922 960

Café 1511

Situated within the Baba-Nyonya Heritage Museum, this high-ceilinged Peranakan café features a Nyonya menu. Specialties include Nyonya laksa, otak-otak and pai tee. Décor consists of a hotchpotch of Southeast Asian ornamental objects.

Opening Hours: 10:00 – 18:00
Address: 52 Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock
Tel: (606) 286 0150

Eleven Bistro & Restaurant

Eleven serves up traditional Malaccan-Portuguese fare in a cool, warmly lit dining venue. The menu is extensive and the food here is appetizing, albeit a little spicy. If you’re feeling adventurous try the sambal crabs and special curry dable chicken.

Opening Hours: 10:30 – 11:45
Address: No. 9 – 11, Jalan Hang Lekir, 75200.
Tel: (606) 282 0011

Geographer Café

Geographer Café is an award-winning, corner lot pub with lots of flair for a Malaccan nightlife joint. Plenty of greenery, a trendy bar that dominates the interior, high tables and chairs and a clientele of both backpackers and locals, makes this place super popular. Read More...

Address: No. 83, Jalan Hang Jebat
Tel: +606 281 6813

Harper’s Café

Harper’s Café is one of Malacca’s best known restobars. Serving up an excellent (though limited) menu of Malay-European fusion fare, its focus is on its seafood selections. Elegant and breezy, the upstairs bar/lounge commands excellent views of the Malacca River. The restaurant’s service can be slow but it is one of the few places in Malacca reminiscent of the airy cafes so common in KL. The café has a very laid back, New Orleans’ vibe with simple décor: dark wood floors, cosy chairs, tables set right beside large French windows almost touching the river, with decorative ceiling fans and chandeliers. Read More...

Opening Hours: Lunch and dinner
Address: No. 2 & 4, Lorong Hang Jebat
Tel: +606 282 8800

Kedai Kopi Chung Wah

Serving up the local speciality of chicken rice balls you’ll need to arrive early at Kedai Kopi Chung Wah or you’ll be waiting a long time for a table. The restaurant’s wooden floors and warm décor as well as cooling ceiling fans seem to further bring out the exotic flavours. Read More...

Location: Just across the bridge in front of the Dutch Square (Stadhuys, Christ Church), opposite OCBC Bank
Address: 28-30 Jalan Hang Kasturi, Off Malacca City, 75200 Melaka.
Tel: +606 286 0121

Limau-Limau Café

Limau-Limau Café is a surprising find in Malacca. Though the place has received rave reviews it has managed to fly under the radar, with most people stumbling upon the place on their Jonker Walk explorations. A kooky bistro with a definite upmarket ambiance, it is set opposite Kampung Kling Mosque. The breezy bistro has blindingly-bright acid green walls – (limau means lime in Malay). Soft jazz music and ice cold pints make it a favourite spot to while the afternoon away: in fact a lot of its customers seem reluctant to leave when their food and drinks are finished. Read More...

Opening Hours: 09:30 - 18:30 Monday - Thursday; 09:30 - 21:00 Friday & Sunday; 09:30 - 23:00 Saturday
Address: No. 9, Jalan Hang Lekiu
Tel: +6012 698 4917

To Be Korean Café & Restaurant

A conventional Korean pork barbecue as well as a long list of other specialties can be enjoyed here. Dine with your feet in or out of the water and get the dead skin nibbled off your feet by little fish – as the tables are placed over a pond. There’s also a selection of ‘Korean healthy teas’ that purportedly cure a host of ailments.

Opening Hours: 11:00 – 17:30 Sunday – Thursday; 11:00 – 10:00 Friday & Saturday
Address: 58, Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, 75000.
Tel: (606) 286 4317 or (6016) 635 6301

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