The restaurant is rather small and setting is simple. Food quality is so-so. Not worth the visit. There are many more peranakan restaurants with better food.
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The Nyonya food was terrible, the ayam buah keluak was hard and expensive. The udang masak lemak was too milky, no sour Rastenburg just plain santan. The ikan cili garam was soooo sweet and not pleasant The other dishes were very sweet. The cendol is...More
Normal foods. I think there are many option elsewhere in Malacca for nyonya foods. We just happened to walk in for dinner as the restaurant was not too packed with diners on a Saturday night. Ordered some typical nyonya foods which we know such as...More
Recommended to us by family freinds. Staff was helpful and friendly. Average portions for family of 8. Food as compared to other nonya places was acceptable.
Had lunch and ordered Asam Fish, fried chicken wings and their ladies finger in prawn sambal. Food was sumptuous n a thumbs up to their Chef. Fish was fresh n succulent; on the other hand the Asam Fish was not spicy not too sourish. The...More
We had lunch here and ordered their best - Asam Geram Fish. It is definitely a Chef's recommendation and everything in the outlet has an opulent taste from the fish to the fried chicken wings to the kangkong belacan. Portioning of the food was also...More
Went there around 6.15pm on a Sunday evening. We were lucky to get a table as there were only 10 tables in the restaurant and most of them were booked. We had prawn, chap chye (mixed vegetable), chicken wings and otah. Food is good but...More
We booked for dinner a few hours ahead with reminders not to come late as the table would be given away. Arrived early and table was ready for us. The menu had a good variety and we wanted to order everything! We finally chose the...More