Nyonya House @ 1 Borneo

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 Nyonya House, popular dishes include ayam pongteh which contains chicken cooked in bean sauce, asam fish, ju hu char and etc.

Nyonya House
G826, G827 Ground Floor, 1 Borneo Hypermall
Jalan Sulaiman,
88400 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Tel: 088-447696
Lime Juice RM5.80
Mixed Vegetables RM12.00
A mixture of cabbage, mushroom, carrot, mini corn, black fungus and glass noodle in a stir-fried.
Dry Assam Slice Fish RM20.00
The Assam Fish was okay. Sourish, spicy and appetizing.
Pongteh Chicken RM16.00
Enriched with spices, the tender and juicy chicken was tasty. The potato not only thicken the gravy, it also absorbed the flavourful taste of the dish. Having the unique flavor, Pongteh is one of the special dish from the Nyonya recipes. During my childhood, as far as I remembered, my grandma loves to blend some sambal belacan to go with the dish. It was our family's way of eating the Pongteh.
Total Paid = RM63.40

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