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Had a meal here , thought it was very reasonable for the type of food and amount that we had. It was authentic and tasty, clean and the ambience was good . I can see this as a regular family diner. Would recommend ...
Found this place by accident while wandering about straits quay. The price was reasonable for a very generous portion. And it was worth paying for the authentic nyonya cuisines they dished up. The dishes reminded me of home cooking, of having meals together with my...family at home filled with laughter and contentment. The desserts were good as well. Not to mention service was fast,attentive and efficient despite it being a weekend and the place was packed to the hilt. I would definitely return to this restaurant again. It is a new favourite!More
Nyonya Breeze serves authentic Penang Nyonya cuisine. We enjoyed the Gulai Ilan Tumis, Hong Bak, Jiu Hu Char and Kiam Chye Ark Thng. It brought back memories of my mom’s cooking. Worth a visit if you are in Penang Island and my Penang relatives who...are fussy diners have also recommended this place.More
This is a very busy and popular restaurant not far from Costco centre in Penang. Food is authentic Chinese cuisine. Nonya Rice was very good. Spring Rolls are vastly different to what we have in Australia. These have meat in them . The fine noodles...and spices added made food flaoursome.More
It was Monday and the restaurant was quite empty. Food was coming out very slowly and there were only a couple of tables with a couple of customers each, waiting to be served. When we asked why 2 dishes (one item was a popiah/a fried...spring roll) took more than 40 minutes to be served, the cook said there there was a shortage of staff. You should know that staffing is your problem, not mine! We had come earlier but the table that came later got their food first. The boss was arrogant and unapologetic when asked to explain the situation. He said the table that came after us was served first because they ordered the set lunch and it was simpler to cook, so they were served first. So, my dear tripadvisor readers, according to this restaurant's system, it's not which customer comes first, but what is easier to cook that comes out first! You sit and wait until they have finished serving set lunch customers first. Ridiculous! When I asked why a simple popiah took more than 40 minutes in a near empty restaurant to be served, the boss answered that they must serve it together with our one main dish. Not separate as an appetizer, since it was not listed under appetizer in the menu. When asked why when we were there last month and ordered the popiah, it come out first ahead of the other dishes, he answered, "oh, in that case, it's considered an appetizer." Remember, here, the boss is always right! On the menu the fish was stated as "fish wedges". We queried the waiter and asked if they were "pieces" of fish as we don't like heads and tails. He assured us that the dish comprised of pieces of fish fillet. What came out was a head, a tail, and 2 small pieces of fillet. When we asked why this was so, he answered, "I wasn't listening." When we asked the boss for clarification, he said that wedges means heads, tails or any part of the fish. We could have walked out when the food was served but we decided to give him a chance to make things right. It was time wasted talking to him. The food there was ordinary and there are better and more authentic nyonya restaurants in Penang. We would not patronize this restaurant again.More
Currently, this is by far the best Nyonya restaurant in Penang, hands down! As a self-confessed foodie,the food here are the closest to "what grandma used to make" (for a commercial kitchen)! The egg belanda, sambal goreng, hong bak, pig stomach soup are our regular...favourites. The other entries into their menu are also good.
It must be noted that this restaurant had moved to Straits Quay quite a long while back and the Abu siti Lane address no longer applies.
We have one request for Nyonya Breeze, please bring back your delicious dessert of your Abu Siti Lane years - Apom Berkuah.More