Kuala Lumpur Day 8: Nyonya Cuisine Dinner


Ben and I had dinner with my family again. This time, my brother, Yew treated us to a restaurant serving nyonya cuisine.

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Nyonya cuisine is also known as peranakan cuisine. It’s a unique blend of Chinese and Malay cuisine.

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The above was a tofu hot pot, mainly for the kids as their tolerance to spicy food is not there yet. Now, I had to say that I hate restaurant with reddish lighting. The photos just do not come out right.

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Sambal kangkung (a spicy water spinach stir fried dish).

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Soy sauce prawns.

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Another tofu dish with minced pork.

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Some kind of chicken wings dish. I do not remember eating this as the kids gobbled them up in no time.

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A spicy squid dish.

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A sour and spicy steamed fish.

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Green bean dessert soup to end the meal.

One thought on “Kuala Lumpur Day 8: Nyonya Cuisine Dinner

  1. That is a meal that is bringing back good memories. Nice representation of Nonya. Just missing a nice Chili Crab.

    We are always happy when we can find kangkung here.

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