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Nyonya Treats Restaurant during Taman Perling, Johor Bahru.

Nyonya Treats Restaurant (N1.48338 E103.68017) is located along Jalan Simbang of Taman Perling, diagonally conflicting a Pizza Hut of Tmn Perling. It’s about 15KM from Causeway and 25KM from Second Link.

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The grill has a good ambience and friendly ambience, though singular seating area. It’s advise to make a reservation if we going to sup in during weekend evening.

While we stepped into a grill only like a time portal, a retro pattern with a hold of Peranakan atmosphere is a suggestive of those golden days. The grill is entirely air-conditioned and is a good place for family dining and friends gathering.

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We (total of 3 families) visited a grill on one of a Saturday dusk and let me share with we a tasty dishes we had in a restaurant. We systematic 3 forms of fish, 3 forms of veggie and others.

1)  Nyonya Assam Fish
2)  Nyonya Fish Head Curry
3)  Deep Fried Slice of Fish with ginger and garlic
4)  Nyonya Chap Chai (Mixed vegetables)
5)  Sambal Petai (bitter or scent bean)
6)  Stir Fried Long Bean with Prawns
7)  Cincalok Omelette
8)  Chicken Pongteh

The above dishes were catered for 6 adults and 3 children.

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The Nyonya Assam fish ambience green and spicy, and a sourish and sharp turn were offset and satisfied. The apportionment was only good and not over served.

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As usual, a fish conduct curry served with piping prohibited and delicious! The strength was dainty and pleasingly firm, curry was abounding unequivocally goes good with a plain rice, we shouldn’t skip this if we are a curry lover.

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This was a plate specifically for a children. The cut of low boiled fish served with dusty ginger, garlic and bean paste. It was honeyed with incense of a bean pulp gravy. The children were happily enjoyed a fish compartment empty.

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The Nyonya guy chai is one of a contingency sequence plate for each Nyonya grill we visit, a reason is since a plate is a Nyonya authentic homecook dish. The guy chai was good prepared and a ambience was only perfect, though a apportionment was rather small…

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The petai was uninformed and a special done sambal went good with it. The sambal had a offset honeyed and sharp ambience that done us can’t stop enjoying it.

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This plate is not unequivocally a Nyonya dish, it’s accessible simply during many of a Chinese grill within Malaysia. The prolonged bean was not overly fried, supposing some crunchy bites and a prawns were fresh!

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This is another plate we will sequence while visiting a Nyonya restaurant. The Cincalok omelette was served with good incense and ambience only nice, not tainted during all. The children had it happily.

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The Ayam Pongteh is an authentic plate from Baba Nyonya, we won’t skip to suffer this plate on each Nyonya grill we visited within Malaysia. And in Nyonya Treats Restaurant, a duck was good prepared and baked to perfection. The meats were proposal and simply dump from bone while we punch on it. The plate is prepare with bean pulp and potatoes, it had a clever ambience of a honeyed bean pulp in a chicken…

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Nyonya Treats Restaurant offer varieties of Nyonya foods, and a above dishes we attempted were satisfied. Beside, a prices also reasonable. The sum check for a delicious dishes we had was around RM180.00 enclosed drinks (for 6 adults and 3 children).

It is a another good grill to carrying a good Nyonya food within Johor Bahru area, we carrying a cooking there after a children’s fun from a Legoland. It’s another good choice for those who wish to sup in after a whole day activities during a Theme Park.

Do dump by a grill if we occur to be around during Taman Perling, and we trust we will like it even we are not a fan of Nyonya food. 🙂

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