The Nyonya style food here was sublime - everything was flavourful. Some would not like the set menu style of things (rm120 per person, a dish from 4 separate categories listed) but I found it a fantastic way to taste most of the menu as we shared every dish as a family of 4 (each having ordered a different dish)
However, the main prawn dish was delicious but stingy on the prawns as only 4 small prawns came in that bowl of soup. Other than that, we really enjoyed the starters - betel nut, otak-otak and prawns. The pandan creme brulee was also really good. The service was also impeccable as they were very attentive.
A definite must-visit for some tasty Nyonya food.
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