Restoran Infasha is a typical mamak place. Open very late, it sells Malay and Indian food to a crowd of students and locals. 

Exterior, Infasha, Melaka

You sit outside at plastic tables pretty much on the road, in front of one of the two big screens showing either football or films. Staff were broadly OK (though struggled twice to bring a black tea to my friend) but they don’t speak English so you need to have a little Malay or Tamil… or point to something you like the look of on the next table.

TV, Infasha, Melaka

The roti canai which three of us went for (fluffy flatbread cooked on a hotplate served with dhal, meat or fish curry) had excellent crispy bread which wasn’t too greasy, but the curries, both lentil and (I’m told) chicken were a bland letdown. 

Roti and dhal, Infasha, Melaka

Fiancée’s mee goreng mamak (noodles fried in house style) was very enjoyable, as they got the level of dryness and spice (lots) right and the added ingredients of tofu cake, mini bhaji, chicken, tomato, carrot and greens all went well together. 

Noodles, Infasha, Melaka

I’m not actually sure how much it all cost, as the chef of a restaurant we regularly eat at was also there and paid for our meal, but I estimate around RM20 – probably less – for food and drink for the four of us. Infasha isn’t a place for fine dining but it’s the only place open in central Bukit Beruang after midnight and it does serviceable food at a very reasonable price. 
Address: 657-D, Jalan Delima 2, Taman Bukit Melaka, 75450, Bukit Beruang, Melaka

Telephone: 0166622786