Nyonya Restoran have changed owners a number of times but surprisingly they still maintained the consistency of it's food.
They even has a new tag line "Yesterday's taste, Today"
The decor is now more modern with comfortable cheap Beige colored leather chairs, wall mounted and framed prints of major landmarks of Malacca city and a floor to ceiling glass panel front offering view of a bustling traffic choked SS2 street.
Besides Nyonya dishes they also served Nyonya sweet delicacies like Yam cakes, Onde Onde, Kueh Koci,Kueh Pisang, Angkoo Kueh, Kueh Talam.....etc.
Sambal Petai-big and crunchy Petai (Twisted Cluster Beans) was pungent and slightly bitter-fresh devein juicy Prawns, sliced big Onion but the Sambal chillies was hot, fiery and numbling -Rm15.50.
Ayam Pongteh with Potatoes-it was ready cooked-meat was soft and tender-very flavorful gravy of blended Shallots, sweet Bean paste, Garlic with the intense aroma of Cinnamon-Rm14/
Ikan Gulai Tumis-the 4 small block of White Snapper was fresh-served with Okra, Pineapple slices and garnished with Daun Kesom (Laksa leaves)- with a addictive piquant, sweet and sourish Tamarind broth-Rm25/
Sayur Paku-the dried Shrimps was freshly pounded and the young and tender shoots of the wild Fern was stir fried with Chillies and Coconut milk-a refreshing dish-Rm12/
Mengkuang Char-the sweet Turnip, strips of toasted Cuttlefish, sliced French Bean,Carrot was freshly fried-sitting on a bed of fresh Lettuce-a world of different from others-Rm12/
Kueh Onde Onde-filled with sweet and coarse Palm sugar and coated with grated fresh Coconut-for sweet tooth eaters-Rm1.20/
Cendol-finely shaved ice with Red Bean and Pandan flavored Green starch Noodle and fresh Coconut milk-fragrant and Best !-Rm3.50.