In Part 3 of Malaysian Cuisine, I’ll be talking about a culinary experience I had at Kocik Kitchen – Nyonya Restaurant, Peranakan restaurant in Malacca. Perenakans are descendants of Chinese traders who married Malay women, and settled in Malaysia, developing their own style of cooking, language, and dress code. They are also known as Straits Chinese….
Malacca (Melaka) City, the capital of the state of Malacca, is located on the west coast of peninsular Malaysia. With a rich historical, cultural, and gastronomic influences from previous Portuguese, Dutch and British rulers, Malacca has developed a unique appeal when it comes to food travel….