Fodor's Expert Review Nancy’s Kitchen Restaurant

$ Malacca Malaysian

In an old house close to Jonkers Street, you'll find one of the most popular places in Malacca to try Nyonya (also called Nonya or Peranakan) cuisine, a unique, tasty, and often spicy mix of Malay and Chinese influences. The restaurant's interior is short on style and rather cramped, but you're here for the food. Recommended dishes include laksa (spicy noodle soup), sambal prawns, popiah (spring rolls), otak-otak (fish, coconut, chili paste, and herbs wrapped in a banana leaf), and pie tee (pastry shell filled with spicy-sweet prawns and veggies).

Malaysian Casual Lunch Dinner $ Silversea Cruise

Quick Facts

13, Jalan KL 3/8
Malacca, Melaka  75200, Malaysia

6-283–6099

Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Reservations not accepted, Closed Tues.

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