When a Baba Nyonya blogger (me lah who else) writes on Nyonya cuisine, you know this will be your next check-in restaurant. It is hard to get a restaurant with all reasonable price and suitable for friends and family gatherings.
We were trying to get rid of pan mee and mixed rice on a boring Tuesday, so Vincent suggested us to try out an authentic Melaka Nyonya Cuisine. For tam-chiak girls like us, there is no reason to resist authentic Nyonya food !
Malaqa Nyonya House was formerly known as Ta Chi House in Melaka. If you want to explore the world of culinary and uniqueness of my ancestor’s ingenious creativity, Malaqa Nyonya House is ready to serve.
Ponte chicken (2pcs rm6.90/ 4pcs rm12.90/ 6pcs rm19.50 /8pcs rm25.90)
Pucuk paku sambal belancan (Small rm8.90 / Medium rm17.50/ Large rm25.50)
Sambal brinjal (Small Rm8.90/ Medium rm17.50/ Large rm25.50)
Nyonya Otak otak (Rm13.50)
They serve premium grade quality irresistible desserts such as
Black glutinous rice (Rm3.80)
Nyonya Cendol gula melaka (Rm3.80) * WHERE ELSE TO GET RM3.8 CENDOL IN SUBANG?Passion fruit smoothie (Rm9.90)
Freezer berry mocha (Rm12.90)
Good news to my Muslim readers , Malaqa Nyonya House is HALAL certified, you can check at http://www.halal.gov.my/v3/index.php/ms/direktori-halal-malaysia/126-direktori-halal-malaysia under Ta Chi House.
Flyingindance’s rating : Service 4/5, price 1/5, environment 3/5, beverages 3/5, nyonya food 4/5, nyonya desserts 5/5
*1= poor , 2= average , 3 =good , 4 = very good, 5= excellent*
**1= cheap , 2=average , 3= good , 4 = expensive , 5= overrated**