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Kampung Vege, Melaka - 5

Kampung Vege is a very nice place to spend time. The restaurant has traditional ‘wau’ kites on the walls, bamboo weave panels, a pretty picture of kampung life, and a dividing wall between inside and out which is reminiscent of a porch of a traditional house here. 315 more words


Little Nyonya, Melaka - 5

Little Nyonya tea room has traditionally served tea in a spectacular setting, but since Christmas 2014 it has sold vegetarian food as well. These are mainly vegetarian versions of local dishes, from the nyonya (peranakan) style which blends Malay and Chinese cooking (and genes!). 174 more words


Tingkat PeraMakan – Affordable Peranakan Food With Full Sets From $10, At Owen Road

(Source: danielfooddiary.com)

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There are more modern Peranakan style restaurants opening in Singapore. Perhaps many are attempting to bridge the gap between the heritage cuisisne with younger diners which may not be that familiar with Nyonya food. 465 more words


Kota - when Francis meets rempah

An unlikely site for a contemporary Asian restaurant, centuries-old Fort Cornwallis has, nevertheless, seen an increase in visitors since KOTA found a home among its crumbling ruins. 450 more words

Food + Wine

Nyonya fish curry, and why I love Poh

Last week I went to a class at the Sydney Fish Markets put on for the media by SunRice. Our teacher for the morning was the delightful Poh Ling Yeow, the company’s ‘brand ambassador’ among other, greater claims to fame. 516 more words

Traveling Malaysia / PENANG

Penang Hill // Right after rain / As the sun came out / As the sun said bye bye 

Ellie Goulding hummed through the speakers of the airplane as I landed in Penang, a Malaysian island off the northwest coast of the country. 1,933 more words

Southeast Asia