Eurasian traditions and their rich food culture originated from the various cross-cultures and are strongly influenced by local fare in the British Malaya. Typically, a mix of Malay, Indian and Portuguese ingredients can be found in their dishes.
As a lover of mango asam boi (preserved plum) juice, Vindaloo and curry debal , I thought I could only find good Eurasian food in Malacca. It wasn’t until I tried Mary’s Kafe’s Curry Debal that I realised one didn’t need to cross the border for authentic Eurasian cuisine.
So if you are, like me, in search of heritage food that tastes of homemade goodness, here are two Eurasian eateries serving hearty traditional food while also adding a personal touch to their dishes.