We ordered the ngoh hiang, fried squid, ponteh Ayam with potatoes, a soup and nonya chap chai. Only the Ponteh ayam was okay (barely). The Chap Chai was crunchy, which was real bad. Overall, disappointing dinner.
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We were fortunate that one of the staff was really helpful to guide us on the dishes to order. The pandan chicken was nice as well as the Nonya rojak. The chendol is a must try.
Ordered several dishes, taste good in general. But I found nothing special for the fried fish which relatively more expensive. Pandan drinks and lemongrass drinks taste normal.
If you are from the northern of Peninsular Malaysia especially Penang and Kedah, I highly recommend you to dine in at this restaurant. The taste is quite similar to our northern style. The spicy sambal is the one we are looking for. The ayam pongteh...More
Very good place for Nyonya cuisine. Nice authentic Nyonya food. New and clean. The cendol is good. You get to add the Gula Melaka yourself from the bottle.
Friendly service with good food. We had the pie tee (not great), pandan chicken, itek tim (salted veg and duck soup) and kangkung belacan (good) and chilli crab (yum!), finished with durian chendol (yum, yum!). Worth a try.
Chap Chye : failed. More like a mere fried cabbage. Cabbage green still exist. Pie Tee: filling was ok but the pie Yee cup was soft and the Chilli chuka was too sweet. They were out of Ayam for the Ayam Buah keluak so they...More