Nyonya Restaurant is one of the oldest Nyonya restaurant in the Klang Valley and since 1974, they have continually maintained the standard that has shown through their regular customer base that keeps returning for more.
This is the Udang Fried Assam Koh. Unfortunately, my allergies hindered me from trying what looked to be a delicious dish. Under the crisp fried outer skin of the prawns looked to be the sumptuous white meat of the prawns.
The Kangkong Belacan was also quite tasty. Fresh ingredients are the key to a delicious dish!
The Curry Kapitan is an adaptation of Indian chicken curry with a Nyonya twist. During the times of the straits settlement, Kapitan was a name given to appointed Chinese Chiefs, and with that, this dish would be fit for a general.
The Honey Softshell Crab was delightful with the lightly drizzled sauce over the top and soft but crisp batter. Some of the pieces were however more batter than crab, but still an enjoyable dish.
For desserts, we tried the Cendol and Bubur Cha Cha. I found the shaved ice in the cendol dessert to be too coarse, but it is always nice to finish off the meal with something sweet.
52 Jalan SS2/24
47300 Petaling Jaya
Tel: +60 3 78759709
Opening Hours: Monday – Friday 1130am – 3pm, 6pm – 930pm
Saturday & Sunday 1130am – 3pm, 530pm – 10pm