Jonker 88 Nyonya Assam Laksa and Baba Laksa

Jonker 88 Delicious Nyonya Cuisine and Dessert at Melaka

Jonker 88 is where we had our first lunch during our Melaka trip. After our breakfast at Kedai Kopi & Makanan Soon Yen and check-in to Hotel Puri Melaka, we walked to Jonker 88. Jonker 88 is a old shop house converted to a restaurant.

You can get two of the most popular Melaka food at Jonker 88, the Nyonya Assam Laksa and Laksa.

Nyonya Assam Laksa and Nyonya Laksa at Jonker 88

Queuing to get into Jonker 88
Very long queue at Jonker 88 but do not worry as the food is prepared quite fast. As you can see, the classic door and the structure are still well maintained.

Inside Jonker 88
Inside of Jonker 88. Many classic and vintage stuff. Some call it a museum restaurant. There are also old coins and paper money if you are interested.

Classic ceiling in Jonker 88
A lot of traditional wooden structure in this restaurant such as the ceiling and doors.

Classic and vintage stuff inside Jonker 88
Old paintings of historical characters in Jonker 88. There are many old clocks as well.

Food ordering is self service here at Jonker 88. Before you order, you need to find a table first. Then you also need to bring the food to your own table. The food is prepared pretty fast so even if there is a long queue, it won’t be a long wait.

Ah Mah Fish Cake in Jonker 88
Ah Mah Fish Cake is also available here. Din’t get to try this though.

Nyonya Assam Laksa at Jonker 88
A close up on the Nyonya Assam Laksa, a delicious sour spicy dish of fish, fu chuk, chicken egg, cucumber and onion.

Nyonya Laksa at Jonker 88
The Baba Laksa is delicious with strong taste of creamy coconut milk.  Personally I prefer the Nyonya Laksa at Kedai Kopi & Makanan Soon Yen which has lighter taste but this one has more ingredients.

Baba Cendol at Jonker 88
Our friend also ordered a bowl of Chendol, a must try dessert if you are in Melaka.

Jonker 88 Food, Drinks and Beverages Menu
The menu of Jonker 88. They have many types of iced dessert such as Mango Ice-Kacang and E.P.C Eight Precious Chendol. It is always hot weather in Melaka, so a bowl of cold dessert can helps to cool down the body before continue to explore the streets of Melaka.


Restaurant Address
88, Jalan Hang Jebat
Malacca 75200

Business Hours
Saturday 9:30AM–8:30PM
Sunday 9:30AM–5:30PM
Monday 9:30AM–5:30PM
Tuesday 9:30AM–5:30PM
Wednesday 9:30AM–5:30PM
Thursday 9:30AM–5:30PM
Friday 9:30AM–8:30PM

Restaurant Phone Number: +6 019 397 5665

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