The food is good. No doubt. Authencity still not lost. Ambience also very good showing culture of pernakan. But the service could have been better. The attitude of service should be good in order to win the hearts of customers.
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The environment is nice. We went there on Monday and it is not school holiday so we dont need to wait. The service is good but the food is nice but it just think it is overrated. I don't know how nyonya food suppose to...More
Had a wonderful visit to the peranakan house. Great house, amazing heritag!!! If u do go to melaka, you gotta go on the tour that this place provide! Absalutely fascinated by the styles of living, the history and culture behind those closed doors! I absalutely...More
This is a beautiful old house and the guides are excellent to make the history of the house come alive. The furniture and objects give a sense of the past.
The food was super oily - the ba keluak chicken and assam prawn we ordered was layered with thick chilli oil and no, that's not typical of Peranakan food. We had only 3 dishes for late brunch and didn't finish the 3 dishes even though...More
We chanced upon this restaurant while searching for peranakan food in the vicinity of Jonker street, and having given up on Nancy's Kitchen as the queue was too long. Peranakan House boasted a large waiting area with beautiful peranakan furniture. We were told to sit...More
I entered with some trepidation because it appeared empty, the lovely entrance to this large restaurant about 120 places. The place was in fact half full and soon filled up.The food was very good , I tried the Nyonya Chap Choy ( sautéed cabbage )...More
We arrived at the restaurant at 3pm and was told by the lady sitting by the counter that they are closed. Do note that most restaurants at Jonker Street closes around 2.30pm - 3pm. It was difficult for us to find a place which is...More