Should you want to try some good food in Malacca, you would probably need a local to take you around. And of course not those commecialised restaurants at the historical town. I mean the real local hidden gem.
Not expecting a grand decor or very comfortable environment. Old school classic kopitiam (coffeeshop) style with foldable tables and plastic chairs. Not too stuffy though, air ventilation considered okay.
The family run restaurant has been around for 35 years or more and they serve awesome home cooked food.
Braised chicken feet with cut chillies and ginger
One of my favorite grandma dish. We used to prepare this dish together, but she's too old to cook now though. Hardly find one that pleases me but this was pleasing.
Braised pork with eggsExtremely tender braised pork with savorly delicious thick gravy. Flavorful! Curry Fish HeadBig portion of fish head prepared with aromatic curry gravy.Steam Lala
Extremely fresh and juicy lala steamed with plenty of ginger, spring onions and or course the traditional Shao Xing wine. Love this very much!
Wrap up:Always crowded especially during lunch hour. Food running out pretty fast, so be there early! Service and serving time is fast.Bill came up to: MYR 114.00Address:Restaurant Sin Eng Lock 363 A, Taman Peringgit Jaya75400 MelakaTel: +603- 2834391For more photos:Lushia's Food Blog- Restaurant Sin Eng Lock, Melaka