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The Peranakan or Nyonya heritage is traced back to the early adventures of migrants predominantly from the Fujian province in Southeastern China, who settled throughout the Malay Archipelago in South East Asia. In their new environment, and through interracial marriage with the locals, a new cuisine is born. Nyonya cuisine is acknowledged as one of the earliest examples of fusion food, with the Penang Nyonyas artfully blending their cooking techniques and ingredients from the Chinese, Malays, Thais and Southern Indians. Penang Nyonya cuisine, which is not shy of flavours or fragrance, is famous the world over and highly sought after by visitors to Penang. Cooking from the heart, we strive to…
Food was nice and spicy, and plenty of it as well. Service for me was exceptional, although slight delay for my friend, so I started eating before him! This is similar to my experience when eating in restaurants throughout SE Asia...
From the moment you walk in you will be able to see that this place is not little and very spacious inside with lots of opportunities for seating. The waiters are helpful and get you to your seat and you choose what you want to...eat. We ordered a Pad Thai and a Bihun Goreng and whilst the sizes and rather big it is filling and tasty. I would recommend that getting an entrée should only occur if you are really hungry because you will struggle with the big portion sizes unless you plan on taking some away and eating it the next day. You are required to wear a mask just to your table and then are free to take it off and not needed to put it on again. There are also plenty of places to scan in.More
Every time we visit Wellington this is a must visit spot for us! The Char Kuey Teow is extremely delicious and always consistent. The second dish we order always varies but never disappoints. We tried the otak-otak on this visit and it was very nice....Nice cabinet options including sweet and savoury treats
- all delicious. Staff and nice and very accomodating
Will be back again and againMore
I come here often! One of my favourite places to eat in Wellington. Great tasting Malaysian food, no thrills all at a reasonable price!! Either location you pick is great. Beware though they get very busy very quickly
Taken here by my friends and the food was really nice.
However was really disappointed I couldn’t order anything that had vegetables ie vege curry or stir fried vegetables. This was Friday night around 7ish because they didn’t have any which I found a little...bizarre.
The food was quite affordable and meal sizes were quite large.More
This branch of Little Penang services the Waitoa brewery bar in Victoria Street. Several of us gathered for lunch over a few beers. You’d think that a bar selling a good range of craft beer and serving Malaysian style food would be a hit combo....It isn’t, but not because the beer is bad. The food selection looked ok but it wasn't. The sauce in my nonaya curry was tasty, but there was just three cubes of chicken and two pieces of potato. Ok there was rice and roti and it was only $13.50 but frankly it wasn’t enough to call it for a meal. I don't expect to leave hungry, and here I did.More
Basic premises with simple decor reminiscent of a student eating place but the food was fantastic.
Loved the vegetables fritters as a starter.
Nass Goreng was delicious. Big serving for $18 makes it excellent as well.
Friendly and quick service.
Place was packed on a...Saturday night and I could see whyMore