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Nyonya House @ 1Borneo

Angeline Sunday, May 1, 2011 , , ,

Nyonya Style of cooking is the result of fusion between Malay and Chinese, originated from Melaka. However it has recently been commercialised and many restaurants preparing these delicacies can be found every part of Malaysia now. At Nyoya House, popular dishes include ayam pongteh which contains chicken cooked in bean sauce, asam fish, ju hu char and etc. Another delicacy is satay celup which is lok-lok that is found all over the country. Skewered (crab sticks, fish balls, meat or prawns) is dip in a boiling water. Recently they have added some value set menu, available at lunch and dinner....why not check it out!

Nyonya House
G826, G827 Ground Floor, 1 Borneo Hypermall
Jalan Sulaiman,
88400 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Tel: 088-447696/ 012-3342389/ 010-9499298 (Mr.Chia)
ABC (Dessert), RM6.00
Kang Kung stir-fried with sambal Belancan, RM10.00
A spicy dish, carry a strong aroma of shrimps paste, extremely good to go with steamed rice
Wat Tan Hor, RM8.50 (drink included)
Flat noodle were fried til fragrant with soy sauce then top with the eggie gravy with many fresh ingredients
Grilled Sting-ray (Small), RM18.00
Perfectly grilled, with the crunchy little bits to bite...a squeeze of lime to enhance the flavor.

Seafood Fried Rice, RM8.50 (drink included)
A very huge portion with lots of seafood and side with a fried egg...this is delicious and value for money


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