Over-priced food and so so quality. I expect more than that after reading all the positive reviews. Guess what? Lower your expectation!
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I have been to this place at least five times, and always enjoy the food, but then I am a sucker for unashamedly local cuisine that celebrates it's own rather than trying to emulate others.
The surrounding are eco-friendly and surrounded by greens, with combination of Malaysian past history and lots of nostalgia item from my grandpa generation being display. I love it! It calm people down from stressful working period during their break time. Surrounding are super lovely! Their...More
It originated elsewhere, was successful, its veteran Nyonya chef moved here, and then moved on elsewhere. Fortunately he leaves his recipes in trusted hands.
Food doesn't taste too impressive. A little pricey for a considerably mediocre peranakan food. However I do enjoy the quiet vibe there. It's not crazy loud which allow good conversation.
Nyonya Styling Malaysian Cuisine hits an all time high for me and friends tonight. Wow ! Burst of Flavors lit up like a Christmas Tree. Jingle Bells indeed! Go experience this delightful treat in best little street (mesui) in the heart of KL Changkat Bukit...More
A group of us stayed in Malaysia over the New Years period - we were constantly disappointed by the quality of food we found. We looked up Lonely Planet and found this little gem that was previously called Limabas. The food was absolutely delicious -...More
It's almost nondescript save for the nostalgic biscuits tins and paraphernalia from decades ago. Tables and chairs are the most rustic one will ever find and some slightly rickety. All these are part of a certain madness in a design theme. The beauty is in...More
If you are looking for some authentic Nonya Food this is where you can go. Service isn't that fantastic because of all the untrained foreigners from Myanmar, so, make sure you ask the order taker to repeat your order.