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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I can't say enough great things about Jenny's. My wife and I have been going there for almost two years once a week. Food is homemade, creative and exploding with flavor. Jenny's soups are to die for. The greatest staff, the best food, cozy BYOB,...liquor store across the street. Meets every expectation and beyond! Love it!More

Date of visit: September 2020
Reviewed August 30, 2020

Jenny’s food is always delicious and fresh. We have been there many times and the owners are always so accommodating. My daughter has to eat gluten free and they always go above and beyond to get her what she needs. I gave them five stars...for being great overall.More

Date of visit: June 2020
Reviewed July 14, 2020 via mobile

Went several times till nowadays so far and always is like the 1st impression. Despite the covid pandemic Jenny continues to deliver excellence. She and her husband makes excellent food for all occasions. Prices are great , excellent service and perfect clean place. Do not...forget to take your wine since no liquor license is in the store. An exotic restaurant in the middle of Pennsylvania. 5 stars.More

Date of visit: July 2020
Reviewed April 13, 2020

Had an amazing meal here with friends several years ago before an event at Zoellner. Great location, intimate setting, terrific menu.

Date of visit: May 2019
Reviewed March 31, 2020

Bethlehem …the name invokes images of Biblical times in the Mideast: a donkey carrying a pregnant virgin, which unwittingly unleashed all the holy schitte that has unfolded in that region over the last 20-plus centuries ~ but now in PA shines on in the garb...of a hulking, old steel mill in an East-American town that was once polluted beyond your wildest nightmares. Today’s Bethlehem in PA is quite different. The art scene in Southside Bethlehem, right alongside the aforementioned non-steel-dust-belching but still-hulking, old, dark, rusting steelworks, is thriving. And that is just about where, a few blocks away, Ms. Jenny arrived some seven-plus years ago (sans donkey) to set up her little Kuali Restaurant. And is doing quite well. We were in the historic city for a long weekend away from NYC, and our hotel recommended this place for dinner ~ and we had a pretty good meal, for the overall location. I mean, New York offers the very best culinary experiences around, and Jenny’s was very good for this neighborhood, and great value for the money. Jenny’s is a BYOB ~ so that alone drops the tab substantially. I walked over to a wine store located conveniently on the next block, and picked up a medium-priced bottle of Pinot, which worked exquisitely with the Roti Paratha appetizer (freshly pan-crisped, light and delicate Indian-style wheat pancake) accompanied by a deliciously spiced and aromatic chicken dipping curry, and also our main courses. The Chow Kuey Teow, made with flat rice noodles stir-fried with vegetables and a protein of your choice (~ shrimp) and finally a Chicken with Asparagus combo that came with a dessert at a slight upcharge, for two. The mains were well prepared and delicately spiced: fresh, homemade noodles, basil, lemongrass, tamarind, cumin, ginger, fresh sourced meats and other oriental spices which are now easy to obtain in almost any part of the world. Good flavor and great aromas all around. Jenny’s husband, Roy Lim, expertly runs the kitchen, and their kids help at the customer face of the family-owned and operated business. The presentation and execution are obviously what have given Jenny’s success for the years they have been a fixture in this district. The food portions are fairly generous, which works well with this market. Value for money: excellent, at $25/person including tax and tips, plus the store-bought wine. Well worth the visit, and we wish them continuing success.More

Date of visit: April 2019
Reviewed February 29, 2020

This place is a real gem. Beautifully crafted dishes we had eaten before at other Malaysian restaurants but none compare to the fresh, clean taste of the food here. We tried two appetizers, two entrees, two desserts and one bubble tea. All were excellent! We...had one very lovely welcoming and attentive server. The owner was welcoming and found us a table even though we had not made reservations, we recommend you make reservations:) We live in Philadelphia but will make a trip back especially for this place.More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed February 22, 2020 via mobile

Went to Jenny’s for the first time. Very good, authentic Malaysian food with lots of choices for vegetarians and different heat level tolerance. Service was super friendly and helpful, the portion sizes were plenty and the prices were very reasonable. It’s BYOB and there’s even...a Wine & Spirits store right across the street. Will definitely be back.More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed February 9, 2020

Nice to find a Malaysian restaurant which has familiar Asian flavors and styles but with some unique differences and fusions. Malaysian Spring Roll appetizer is a delicious example, lots of unique noodle dishes and sautés They eve sell their house garlic ginger sauce with a...full page of customer written recipes! Very casual decor typical of a college town.More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed January 27, 2020 via mobile

Went to Jenny's for the event. Very packed and reservation was helpful. Service food and quality was excellent. We got some extras celebrating the new year. The seafood edible bird's nest was awesome.5 stars.. at Jenny's Kuali

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed January 21, 2020 via mobile

Stopped in today with the wife after discussing it for a while. Very glad we did, greeted by waitress and seated right away. No waiting for us as we got there on a Tuesday before noon. Not sure if it fills up because it is...a small place. Anyway, lunch was great. Lunch sized portions with great sauces. Wife had shrimp with garlic sauce and I had beef with vegetables. Both very good. Beef very tender. Shrimp done perfectly. We will be back.More

Date of visit: January 2020
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