Visited for lunch. The service was prompt and food excellent. I especially loved the Assam fish which was fresh and fragrant!
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Everything was good and smiley service to boot! We ordered much more than we could eat. The atmosphere is more cosy and intimate than at Auntie Gaik Lean's. I found the food specialties were different and both were good at theirs.
We dined here today and really enjoyed this fusion of Malay and Chinese cuisine, Tried at least six dishes Fried Kangkong, Pork Cincalok, Curry Kapitan, Iche Kabin, Prawn Fritters and the absolutely tasty Assam Pedas Fish. Finished with the deserts Bee Koh Moey (a glutinos...More
Asam Udang and Sambal Kangkung were very delicious! The appetizer - ikan bilis with onion was very appetizing too!
We were recommended by our car hire driver to dine here for authentic nonya food. On our last day in Penang we headed here for lunch. We ordered assam fish head which was a total disappointment - the gravy was so so, and we can...More
We walked to this restaurant from our Hotel - The Eastern and Oriental. It was about a 15 minute walk and quite easy to find using google maps on our phone of course. When we arrived, we were delighted to see that the restaurant was...More
Located on the side road beside Red Rock Hotel in a terraced house. Delicious home cooked style Nyonya food. Service of excellent and the lady boss was patient in serving us and explaining the dishes despite almost at closing time. Everything we ordered was delicious...More
Went there with my siblings and our children on the 7th day of Chinese New Year. The family-run restaurant is located in a small but decent shophouse. We opted for the 6pm dinner instead of the next one at 7.30pm to avoid the crowd and...More