Good place to try Nonya food. You have to be early or you can queue for half hour or more. The omelette, chap chye, otak were all tasty. The restaurant is spread over 3 storeys so be prepared to climb
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Delicious and tasty food with reasonable pricing. Clean and comfortable environment. The asam pork was to die for, in fact all the dishes we ordered were good & delicious. Service was fast & efficient maybe because we went on a weekday and the place was...More
We came here especially to have lunch. The food is outstanding with generous portions. The steamed fish of the day was delicious- perfectly steamed with a good dollop of chili on top. The curry chicken was very flavorful as well as the pork dishes. We...More
Lovely food and still very authentic after so many years. But these days Aunty Nancy is not there too often. Her personality and friendliness adds to the value and visits. Still a nice place for food. By the way it’s in a new place now...More
I actually did not have to wait very long on a Saturday afternoon despite not having any prior booking. Lunch was good and value for money. We enjoyed the food and will visit again.
Been to a few nonya restaurant in melaka, and this time, Nancy really pushed others aside. The dishes are really tasty, the pai tee is a must try for a starter, then the otah is really tasty with chunks of meat and isn't too spicy....More