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If the spicy and flavourful Ikan masak nenas or Sambal petai udang doesn’t get you hooked to Nyonya food, the Sago Gula Melaka will.
Nyonya food in the heart of Putrajaya.
The chicken pongteh is a surprising standout, with a resonant flavour that does justice to the beloved classic.
Born in Brickfields this year, Anak Baba proudly represents the latest generation of southern Peranakan-inspired eateries in KL
This new Nyonya restaurant means to impress, with a comprehensive menu curated by an actual Malaccan Baba cooking sifu. There’s even a music performance.
Malacca by way of Sarawak: Okra offers Nyonya cuisine that stems from recipes that Alicia…
Economy rice with some Penang Nyonya influences: You’ll find daily dishes galore for your chap fan fix (even after 2pm on a weekday)
Chuck Two Sons christens itself a “Malaysian bistro,” with strong northern Nyonya accents.
Familiar local comfort food for Damansara Uptown’s workers, served with warmth that evokes home.
Bangsar’s new hive for local fare brings the neighbourhood together for everything from nasi dagang to fish ball noodle soup in a community-spirited setting filled with rustic touches and fun flourishes (take a seat on the swing or the repurposed bathtubs).
Peranakan pleasures sashay into the spotlight
Bibisik’s forte is its wide selection of Malaysian classics served in a vibrant setting
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