If you happen to be around the Tanjong Katong area and are longing to savour some nostalgic delicacies from a bygone age, the Singpopo restaurant is definitely the place to be.
Located at Joo Chiat Road, the decor exudes the old world charm of the sixties.
The menu is traditional, and a must-try is the house special - the Sinpopo Nasi Lemak.
Other dishes to try include the Nyonya Keam Chye Arg (salted vegetable duck soup) and the Chargrilled Pork Chop.
For drinks, a must-have is the Sng Buay Pop (preserved plum in small ice balls).
These are just a few of the great favorites to bring back great memories for the Silver Generation, especially those who grew up in the Tanjong Katong/Joo Chiat area.
If you find yourself having visited all the peranakan restaurants in Malacca, here's my personal recommendation - Monterios Portugese food!
The restaurant is located a stone's throw from the Statue of Chist.
The restaurant serves some of the best seafood I have had in Malacca.
Be sure to try the salted egg crab, the la-la and the oil- cooked fish.
And to top off the perfect evening, take a stroll down the beach front to enjoy the sunset scenery.