Jonker Street Malacca Malaysia
There is a good chance you will visit Melaka if you plan a trip to Malaysia's landmarks. This historic city contains UNESCO cultural heritage sites, a colourful mix of cultures, and, most importantly, FOOD. Jonker Street is the best place to find food in Melaka.

Do you long for good coffee and delicious desserts? We have the perfect list of Jonker Street's best cafes for you to check out, regardless of whether you're looking for a morning coffee, afternoon tea, or an evening lounge.

1. Kaya-kaya Cafe

Kaya-kaya cafe is a charming vintage cafe in Melaka. This cafe is a tribute to Melaka City's rich culture and history, as well as the traditions, passed down from the early settlers to today. This vintage cafe is a hidden gem that offers visitors a tranquil environment and a place to escape from the chaos of Jonker Street.

Kaya-kaya Cafe is a time machine with wooden furniture and brick walls. You will find a courtyard at the back of the building. The cafe's back wall features a mural that has attracted many guests to take pictures. Enjoy a delicious meal in the outdoor courtyard while admiring the hand-painted murals.

The cafe offers hearty and healthy meals. Kaya Cheese Toast, for breakfast, is a must-try. It's creamy and melts in the mouth. To add saltiness to the sweet flavour, they add more cheese. Kaya Toast is a great way to start your day.

The Mushroom Omelette is another focal point. Once the eggs are soft and fluffy, they are mixed with butter-sautéed mushrooms until they emit a pleasant aroma. It is truly heaven. Yummy. You can even have your drink named after you. "See U Again" is a drink made with lemongrass and pandan leaves. "Welcome To Malacca" is another example. It is soya mixed Sugar Malacca and grass jelly.

2. Hard Rock Cafe Malacca

Hard Rock Cafe is a charming spot right by the Malacca River. It has been a popular choice for music lovers to have dinner there. Hard Rock Cafe's layout is similar to other outlets around the world. It has an outdoor and indoor seating area, a bar and a stage. The floor is Straits Malacca-inspired, giving it a Malacca feel. Hard Rock Cafe Malacca's food is large enough to share and ideal for large parties or those with large appetites. Numerous great artists and musicians were invited to perform crowd-favourite songs. These songs ranged from rock&roll, pop, jazz, blues, and jazz.

Its Tex-Mex menu includes well-known items like sandwiches, "Smokes" (chicken or beef ribs), and the legendary burger. There are also Malaysian favourites such as the Percik burger (juicy burger patty infused with Malaysian spices), "Char Kuey Teow" seafood and "Assam Pedas" fish. A separate menu is available for children. You can also order the kids' menu. The desserts are delicious and loaded with premium Haagen Dazs ice cream, making for a memorable dining experience. They're laden with ice cream. Haagen Dazs might be your favourite dessert.

3. Backlane Coffee

Backlane Coffee, located at Jalan Hang Jebat or better known as Jonker Street, is a great place to stop on your Melaka trip. The cafe can be found in the back lane of the street, where you can have some peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle.

Backlane Coffee is known for its homemade grub, including classic breakfast sets, pizzas and paninis. The cafe is known for its delicious coffee and sweet selections.

The warm colours of the old brick walls, dark wood furniture, and antiques placed around the cafe create a tranquil environment that encourages guests to stay for a chat. Customers can use the WiFi at no cost. You must make this pit stop if you're on Jonker Street.

The cafe has a larger area that allows visitors to move around comfortably and even work from their laptops without the need to squeeze.

4. Geographer's Café

Geographer Cafe is a well-known cafe in Melaka City. Customers love to eat here due to their elegant and warm atmosphere. It transforms into an inviting bar at night to offer lively nightlife. This cafe is an excellent choice for health-conscious people who love vegetarian food.

Geographer Cafe is known for its mouth-watering cuisine. Most of their dishes include white meat, soup, and salad. You can even have fruits and yoghurt in your desserts. Geographer Cafe aims to provide healthy and fresh food for its customers.

The cafe offers soft drinks, juices, coffee, tea, liquors, and wines. Gula Melaka Layer Tea was their unique creation. It is sweet tasting and has three layers. You can also buy souvenirs and gifts at the cafe.

So here comes the question, how do you get to Jonker Street? You can choose Singapore to Malacca by private car, such as SGMYTRIPS. They are a leader in this industry, with more than 80 MPV vehicles travelling daily between Singapore and Malaysia. When tired from walking on Jonker Street, why not take a break at these cafes and enjoy a quiet afternoon tea time.

We chose to use their Singapore to Malaysia taxi service which could pick us up the door to door; we just had to wait at the door for the driver to come. And the professional and experienced driver will send us to the destination safely, so we only need to relax and rest throughout the journey.