25

NOV

2017

 

Hello Dearies ♥

Hunt for Peranakan cuisine in KL?

 

Peranakan or popularly known as 

Nyonya cuisine 

is the food of the Straits Chinese people.

 

The Peranakan community has spread this distinctive cuisine throughout Malaysia.

 

 Baba Nyonya Restaurant @ Avenue K, Kuala Lumpur

 

 The menu is so beautiful!

 

 Baba Nyonya Restaurant 

 

 Baba Nyonya Restaurant @ Avenue K, Kuala Lumpur

 

 Baba Nyonya Restaurant @ Avenue K, Kuala Lumpur

 

Nothing brings people together like good food.

 

Nyonya kuihs, Nasi lemak and Asam Beehoon packets available at the

 counter at the entrance of the restaurant.

 

Lovely!

 

Beautiful wall art!

 

 

They really put a lot of efforts into decoration of the restaurant.

 

 

Let's see what to eat in Baba Nyonya!

 

 

CHICKEN LOBAK

 

 

 

Lobak = Five-Spice Meat Rolls

 

Delicious chicken rolls wrapped in beancurd sheets.

It has a crunchy exterior with a soft and chewy filling

They are sliced into bite size before serving alongside some

 cut cucumber slices and sauces.

Perfect for sharing.

 

Priced at RM16.90

 

 

FLYING FISH

 

 

 

 

Butterfly-cut deep fried Siakap fish topped with

 house signature tangy spicy sambal.

The onion slices, red chili and coriander leaves make it even more appealing.

 You need more rice for this.

Meant to be shared among 4-5 pax.

They have it in half also in case you can't finish the whole fish.

 

Priced at RM65.90

 

 

SAMBAL PETAI PRAWN

 

 

 

 Petai fans?

Petai cooked with Sambal prawn, you definitely try this before!

Spicy but addictive.

It’s really appetizing and the prawn are simply delicious.

More rice please.

 

Priced at RM32.90

 

 

NASI LEMAK WITH 

AYAM GORENG REMPAH 

 

 

 

 Ayam Goreng Berempah = Malaysian style Crispy Spiced Fried Chicken 

 

All time Malaysian favourite dish and is extremely delectable. 

Crunchy and juicy!

The fried chicken has a light crispy crust,

bursting with the aromatic flavours of fresh herbs and spices in it.

Perfect combination with Nasi Lemakso fulfilling.

 

Priced at RM21.90

 

 

INCHI KABIN

 

 

Inchi Kabin 

=> Nyonya version of Deep-fried chicken.

 

Finger-licking good bite-sized pieces of deep fried battered chicken.

 Main difference of Inchi Kabin compared to other fried chicken is 

that the chicken is usually twice-fried, so they are extremely crispy. 

Much more aromatic and has a sweet aftertaste.

 

Priced at RM25.90

 

 

SALTED EGG SOTONG + BRINJAL

 

 

Crispy and salty squid rings all enveloped in sinful salted egg-yolks,

 garnished with fiery chilli padi 

and fragrant curry leaves.

Crunchy and absolutely mouth-watering! 

 

Priced at RM29.90

 

 

CURRY MEE

 

 

 

One of the most popular hawker street food

 that Malaysians absolutely adore. 

 Not overly rich, yet flavourful enough from the spices used. 

The soup is thick with a hint of sweetness.

 Toppings include chicken slice, fried tofu and bean sprouts.

 

Priced at RM16.90

 

 

FRIED BELACAN CHICKEN WINGS

 

 

 A fan of Belacan?

Belacan is a dried fermented shrimp paste, very popular in Malaysian cuisine.

I've actually never eaten belacan fried chicken before 

but they turned out tender and crispy after deep-frying,

 tastes sweet and has the aroma of the belacan.  

 Simple yet flavoursome. 

 

Priced at RM12.90

 

 

NYONYA CHAP CHYE

 

 

 

Chap Chye = Mixed Vegetable Stew

 

Nyonya version mixed vegetables stew tossed with glass noodles.

traditional Nyonya dish enjoyed by Peranakans and non-Peranakans alike. 

A dish that is well-loved by both the young and old.

Simple and Flavourful!

 

Priced at RM19.90

 

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What's for desserts?

Complete your dining experience with:

 

BANANA FRITTERS

 

 

 

One of their signature dessert.

Golden and crispy outer layer, creamy some banana.

You can't miss this!

Served with a dark soya sauce dip with cut chilies and a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

I find it quite unique but nice combination to dip 

the fried bananas in the dark soya sauce with cut chili,

Try it out, it somehow work well together.

 

Priced at RM13.90

 

 

FRUIT ROJAK

 

 

 

Sweet, sour, salty, spicy and savoury rojak.

Delicious and refreshing Malaysian style fruit salad 

spiked with chilli and peanuts.

 Thick caramel consistency thanks to their prawn paste sauce.

 

Priced at RM12.90

 

 

ABC

 

 

Also known as Ice kacang or "bean ice" or air batu campur in Malaysia.

One of Malaysian favourites desserts.

Popular choice during warm or scorching hot weathers. 

 

Priced at RM9.90 

 

 

BUBUR PULUT HITAM

 

 

 

Known as Black Glutinous Rice porridge.

One of the popular dessert in Malaysia.

Simply delicious! 

 

Priced at RM5.20

 

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Feeling thirsty?

 

MARKISA

 

 

Combination of Passionfruit, Lemon, Lime, Lychee, Calamansi and Soda Water.

 

Priced at RM12.90

 

 

PANDAN KASTURI

 

 

 

Priced at RM12.90

 

 

APPLE ASAM BOI

 

 

Refreshing green apple and asam boi drink! 

 

Priced at RM12.90

 

 

BANDUNG SELASIH FRAPPE

 

 

Priced at RM12.90

 

 

 

Do check them out for more!


 

 

Food : 6/10

Price : 6/10

Ambiance : 8/10

Service : 7/10

Cleanliness : 8/10

 

 

BABA NYONYA RESTAURANT

Address: UC1, Upper Concourse, Avenue K,

156, Jalan Ampang, 

Kuala Lumpur.

Contact: 03-2181 5544

Operation Hours: 7.30am-10pm

      Facebook: Baba Nyonya Restaurant

Instagram: @baba.nyonya 

 

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Disclaimer: 

All opinions and thoughts are based on my individual taste and preferences.

Try it at your own risk.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Amandalyn Chen
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