Sarang Cookery at Jalan Galloway

  Sarang Cookery at Jalan Galloway stokes your cravings for the classic nyonya dishes when browsing through their simple and non intimidating menu. The few pages of laminated menu showcase nothing more than the few names of dish we are all familiar with as signatures of nyonya cuisine. And the non-existent décor and amateurishly presented … Continue reading

A true Nyonya Chef; Debbie Teoh , and her galore of Nyonya Dishes @ PARKROYAL KL.

  One of Malaysia’s most exquisitely preserved treasure is none other than our very own heritage of the Peranakan Baba dan Nyonya, which is especially most apposite to be represented through culinary in their authenticity and the genius mix of abundant use of a great array of spices and herbs. The persistency in authenticity of … Continue reading

Best Of Malaysia: Nyonya Cuisine by Chef Debbie Teoh @ PARKROYAL KL

  Starting 5th September onwards, Chatz Brasserie at the PARKROYAL KL brings the tradition of authentic nyonya delicacies to live life through buffets and interactive cooking classes by the talented Chef Debbie Teoh . Being a Nyonya herself, her expertise and skills in culinary is especially impressive when it comes to traditional Nyonya dishes.   … Continue reading

Malaysia’s Home Cooked Dishes @ Mum’s Place

  Mum’s place has all this crazy dishes that would almost drive you nuts when looking at their very homely and localized dishes. With the very extensive choices of poultries, vegetables and seafood, I would say the dishes are real suitable for communal eating but not individual or solo eating. The mix of choices is … Continue reading

Authentic Nyonya Kuih @ Publika (Eat Food Village)

  Kuih, is a term used for snacks that are often bite sized amongst Malaysian. The very popular Kuih amongst Malaysian is those made by the Straits Chinese, also known as the Peranakan. Because the peranakan are a mixed race decendants of Chinese and Malay, the culture speaks itself through the traditional dishes and Kuih. … Continue reading

Penang Nyonya

  Being a half Peranakan, I was never fascinated with most of the commercialized Nyoya cuisine around me. Like the rest, Penang Nyonya in Subang Parade is not an exceptional. Even though, I really do like a few of their dishes in the menu.   I like how I can conveniently head to Subang Parade … Continue reading

Authentic Nyonya dish @ Subang Parade

  Being a half Peranakan, I was never fascinated with most of the commercialized Nyoya cuisine around me. Like the rest, Penang Nyonya in Subang Parade is not an exceptional. Even though, I really do like their dishes in the menu. The Nasi Bojari in particular became my favourite. Perhaps because my mother has rarely … Continue reading

Nyonya Colours, authentic nyonya delicacy

Always wanted authentic nyonya food for tea break, but dislike outdoor and hawker stalls…..then nyonya colours probably solve this as they have almost all nyonya kuih you could crave for light meals. For this post, we are looking at my favourite mee siam packet pricing at Rm 2.50. Reasonable for this tiny packet and very suitable for … Continue reading