Our hotel got us a car via Grab - a modest RM6 only. We drove well out of the old town, through undeveloped plots to a small cluster of buildings. I was not really expecting a large crowd but when we got there, the restaurant was packed! Good thing that we had a reservation (via our kaki in the jewellery shop). We had to wait for our table to be ready (we were a little early) and so had ample time to review the menu.
We chose a mixture of recommended dishes (off the internet) - the pork ribs with bittergourd (really tender, highly recommend), the braised Teochew duck (it was good but not as good as the pork), cai por hor fun (good wok hei but not enough cai por for me), braised noodles with oysters (I know, two carbs but we couldn't resist) and sweet potato leaves cooked with ginger (to be honest this was a revelation - I really enjoyed the freshness of the vegetables and somehow the gingery flavour complemented it well). Indeed a suitable dinner for our last night in Malaccca.