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KEDAI SIRIH MERAH, Masakan Peranakan Yang Menggoda Nan Nikmat (Part 1)

Hai sobat Nyok Makan, di episode kali ini kita mendapat undangan dari suatu restoran di kawasan Kebon Sirih bareng teman-teman Blogger lainnya nih, nama tempatnya adalah Kedai Sirih Merah. 403 more words

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Pit Stop: Malacca

It is proximal, cheap and forthright: these I have heard from friends, a well-known fact I have yet to substantiate in writing. Didn’t know what to expect, didn’t know how to start plotting, planning, the works.¬† 3,161 more words

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Food Review: Restoran Aunty Lee at Melaka, Malaysia | One of the Best Peranakan Restaurant in Melaka

The Place Opened since 1997, Restoran Aunty Lee is located in Ujong Pasir in Melaka and is a popular Peranakan restaurant in the UNESCO city. It started off as a one shop 10 tables restaurant away from the hustle and bustle of the touristy area, and has since expanded where it took over the neighbouring shop space as well. 448 more words

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Penang - a mix of roti and rice

Ask anyone in Malaysia and they will tell you Penang is different; Penang is “China”. This is because¬†Penang’s majority population is Chinese, which is on par with the nation’s ethnic majority, the Malays. 833 more words

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Nonya Nonya Restaurant - Maju Avenue

Taking over the former premises of Nunsaram Korean Dessert Cafe at Serangoon Gardens in Nonya Nonya Restaurant which specialises in Peranakan cuisine.

Nonya Nonya Restaurant is an establishment opened by the folks behind the House of Peranakan Group, which operates House of Peranakan, House of Peranakan Petit, Peranakan Inn and Tok Panjang Nonya Cafe.

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CreatureS - Dinner

I’m finally back with a restaurant review! It’s been a while, I know.

I’ll admit it – I explore restaurants in Singapore a lot less than I used to a few years ago. 1,865 more words

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Malayan matchmaker and stories from the Sireh box

Long before William Cuppage, the Postmaster General of Singapore in the 1840s bought some land and converted Emerald Hill into residential area, this is where the legendary orchards were – primarily nutmeg, but also pepper, gambier and areca nut. 1,165 more words

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