There are a lot of foods to eat in Malacca, but if you have to make a short list, these are the top 10 must-visit cafes in Malacca for your next trip !
The Daily Fix
•hidden gem in a souvenir shop selling nyonya items, scenic plant & nostalgic decoration and warm relaxing vibe alongside variety of western food & desserts, their pandan pancake is a must try
•nido mean nest in Italian language. A cozy, laid back, safe haven for coffee enthusiast. Serving home cooking, sandwiches and their mashed potato is the hot dish among all. Definitely a hiding place when you want to get away from the busy world.
Khaki Coffee Bar
•a small and calm place to enjoy a cup of coffee, it’s another cafe that roast their own coffee bean, not only their coffee taste good; their hot chocolate is highly recommended, it taste so creamy yet not very sweet and won’t left sticky feel in your throats like others chocolate drinks. They serve some sandwiches, croissant and dessert too.
The Stolen Cup
•located along Jonker Street, it is nicely decorated with painted wooden plank and some old clocks. Normally people’s go for take away due to the limited space for dine-in, the ‘Gula Melaka Coffee’ is their specialty drinks and there’s some desserts & pastry served
Address: 21A, Jalan Hang Jebat, 75200 Melaka, Malaysia
•there’s a small art gallery upon entering, then you’ll be greeted with a quaint, green garden and nice jazzy music that add to the calm ambience. Homemade pumpkin bun with five spices pork belly is their hot item and a variety of desserts to be choose.
The Coffee Jar
•located in Lorong Hang Jebat next to the parking if Hard Rock Cafe, they roast their own beans and make nice espresso based coffee. There is a classic cassette player playing Chinese & English oldies. ‘Jar of Pie’ is their signature pastry and their cheese cake is recommended too.
•simple and retro interior design cafe hidden along an alley named ‘鬼门关’ which mean Hell Gate by the local, they don’t serve food but there’s 2 types of cheese cake to be choose and sometimes there’s creme brûlée too
The Baboon House
•quaint cafe with tranquil open-air courtyard, spacious seating arrangement and eclectic furnishing. Located in Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock and they offering delicious burgers and sandwiches with homemade chicken, beef and pork patties
Address: 89, Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, Kampung Bukit China, 75200 Melaka, Malaysia
Calanthe Art Cafe
•offer wide array of coffee selections, unique by serving specialty coffee from all the 13 states if the country. Their ‘Laksa’ is definitely a must try. They also offers some specialty drink such as ‘Green Tea Coffee’ & ‘Jealousy’
Thank you, Ivan Koh, for sharing the good cafes in Malacca with Flyingindance! Follow his Instagram if you want to know more on Malacca’s nice cafes and where to eat.