Asam Pedas Claypot
Probably the most famous Asam Pedas joint in this list, this store is overrated for a reason. Asam Pedas Claypot, or some call it, Asam Pedas Bawah Pokok due to its location, serves the Baba Nyonya delicacy in a hot claypot, that also comes with a plate of rice and vegetables. We recommend you try the Asam Pedas Tetel and Ikan Pari.
Asam Pedas Selera Kampung
This place is also quite popular with tourists. Asam Pedas Selera Kampung is not far from Jonker, and is strategic for foodies who’d also want to drive over to chicken rice balls right after. Asam Pedas Selera Kampung has been in the area for decades, and with its thick broth, and fresh seafood, we understand why it’s thriving. Asam Pedas Selera Kampung brings out the true Asam Pedas Kampung for the masses.
Asam Pedas Mona
Asam Pedas Hajjah Mona is one of the first to introduce the set of egg, taugeh, rice and asam pedas. The stall can be considered as legendary as Asam Pedas Claypot, especially that it’s nearer to Jonker Street than the latter. If you’re here, make sure order the stingray Asam Pedas, because the last time we were there, we ended up ordering another one!
Asam Pedas Warung Sri Binjai
Asam Pedas Warung Sri Binjai offers the authentic ‘makan tengah hari’ experience, complete with the glass plates and bowls to bring you back to the old days. But other than that, Warung Sri Binjai’s asam pedas is pretty stellar. Maybe not the best in Melaka, but the store can beat any competitors in its’ home turf at Cheng.