Its hard to find good nyonya food until you meet Baba Low.
Have their nyonya laksa a try and I love the refreshing cucumbers together with the texture of the tofu.84 more words
This Hai Nan Town is a Nyonya and Hai Nan Restaurant!
A place that suitable for family to dine in here as you can choose to be outdoor or indoor. 24 more words
Customize menu… my Indian palate is accustomed to the 5 takes, of salt, sweet, sour, spice and acrid all together. I think it is politically correct to replace spice with chilli hot, and acrid with tangy I thought I am not confident about the correctness of the translation. 604 more words
A common complaint about many Malaysian recipes is that they are usually complicated and often have a long list of intimidatingly exotic ingredients. Whilst the resulting meals are invariably worth the effort, for the most part this particular gripe about Malaysian food isn’t completely without merit. 477 more words