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Nyonya Cuisine Penang - 8 Reviews - 194 Grand St, New York, NY 10013-3712, New York, NY - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (212) 334-3669

Nyonya Cuisine Penang

194 Grand St, New York, NY 10013-3712
New York, NY 10013
(212) 334-3669
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Best Malaysian place I've tried. Very authentic, the cheng-lai stingray is amazing (meat like the best white fish). The kueh teow noodles were al...


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Good Malaysian food 4/14/2006

I really think this place offer a good Malaysian food. The place is usually very hectic during the weekend or holiday, you can tell that they have a lot of loyal customer. I always cannot wait for Pulut Hitam as their dessert, made from black glutenous rice cooked in coconut milk and sugar, very YUMMY. If you are in New York and feeling for Malaysian food, go to this place, you will not be disappointed. more

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Hectic but Fantastic Food 3/21/2006

This is one of my favorite spots in Chinatown. It is not as dirty as some of the other restaurants in Chinatown but the food is still fantastic and the price is decent. When it gets crowded though, it becomes hectic and service might be a bit sloppy. The wait is never too long because the restaurant is quite big. (I've never had to wait for over 15 minutes, except on Chinese New Year's.) more

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Malaysian Yum 2/27/2006

This popular spot in Northern Chinatown/Nolita is Manhattan's classic introduction to Malaysian Cuisine with dishes like Roti Canai (very yum), Chow Kueh Teow, Asam Laska, Nasi Lemak, Pearl Noodles. Highly flavorful and textured food, whether spicy, curried, sour, or fish saucy... it's all good. Spacious, lively, inexpensive and tasty, there's the reason for the popularity. The weekend is more crowded, but still not too long a wait. Weekdays or early dinner is not crowded. Last time, I really enjoyed the lumpy-sauced Curry Spareribs cooked to where the bones are soft, Achat -- pickled vegetable in turmeric powder, peanut, sesame seeds & herb, and the Spicy Crispy Squids--crunchy dried tentacles, the menu warns "Please ask server for advice before you order!" on several of these more especially non-Western items. The Roti Canai is a must. Also, you might consider switching out your white rice for Coconut, Yam Rice, or Chicken Broth Rice; though, given that the dishes are so flavorful, white rice is often a good foil. more
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