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Nice baked fish and unique spicy taste
Kids love honey chicken
Required Rm5 parking fees
Restaurant required renovation
Slow serving, waiting time at least 30mins
Worth for waiting
Now we can buy back this favourite Bedevilled (=Devilled) Curry Chicken from San Pedro Restaurant to Singapore. The staff packs the food in insulated containers and once home we will place the container in a freezer for re-heating when ready for eating. Tastes as yummy...More
We went over after as recommended by friends & based on the ratings given. The set up is far from Portuguese, from our observation seem like a extended part of a house made of corrugated metal roof and internal just like an old local restaurant...More
Never miss this restaurant whenever we come Melaka. Must try the baked fish and devil's curry. Don't go the the main Portuguese sq where the food is more expensive. It's a exclusive restaurant operated by a family of Portuguese descendant.
Fabulous authentic home style Portuguese food here. My favorite is the baked fish and the Portuguese prawns. If you give the restaurant sufficient notice, they can arrange to freeze pack some of the sea food dishes so that you can bring the dishes back home...More
San Pedro restaurant never disappoints our family with its Bedevilled Curry Chicken and Sambal Baked Seabass. Lately we discovered another excellent dish - it's Sambal Baked Squid. This restaurant is must go-to place for us whenever we are in Malacca, and these dishes are our...More
Tried this eatery last week,due to Trip Advisers recommendations,but was disappointed.Main disappointment was the surliness of the waiting staff."Take it or leave it" comes to mind.Menu del dia was cheaply priced at under 10 euros,the food was filling,but with no imagination at all.Will not be...More
Quite hard to find but generally near the other seafood places. Home cooked food which resembles a house rather than a restaurant. Cabs are non-existent so recommneded to pre book your ride back.
Must try dishes
Portugese style prawns
The Portuguese Settlement has a few food stalls and a few restaurants, one of which is San Pedro. The area is fairly run down and bleak without much to see, hidden away but a few metres from the sea front. We went as a group...More