Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Nyonya Delights Cafe - Aeon, Bukit Tinggi, Klang

Shopping obviously was the main reason why we were in Aeon Bukit Tinggi. And shopping by far, seemingly is like in tandem to eating right? I know. Each time we are out shopping, we must eat before heading home. On this particular day, right. Shopping concluded and then, which eatery it should be. Somehow, strange, both of agreeing to Nyonya Delights instead of? No, no, I am not going to speak about the dilemmas and debates we can have if we are not agreeable. Thank god. No dispute whatsoever. No long face of mine or his. Instead, into Nyonya Delights Cafe.  

Service cruising by immediately and we too cruising within less than  minutes in ordering due to pretty much a straightforward and limited choice menu. Food and drinks arrived within the next five minutes and we tucking in. Nasi Lemak Set. Not the usual white coconut milk rice. This one was the blue, nasi kerabu blue rice. Paired alongside chicken rendang, sambal, egg, fried anchovies, fried peanuts and cucumber-carrot achar. How? Can. Boleh. Nyonya cuisine Malaysia can or boleh. But chicken? Not thoroughly cooked and me pushed it aside due to blood rawness inside. Yucks! 
Bubur Cha Cha. Coconut milk, yam and sweet potatoes. Not overly sweet and me polishing off every bit. The best? Neh!   
Curry Laksa. The star of Nyonya Delights Cafe. Noodles drenched in a spicy-creamy curry leaf scented curry/broth, topped with prawns, (without chicken as requested), red chillies, mint leaves and a dollop of sambal. Well elevated. Lovable. The tea? Just a tea.

Must Nyonya Delights Cafe receive high praises? I don't know about praising, but a clear pass.  


  1. I normally eat chee cheong fun,looks like it will be curry laksa next.

  2. Food looks good, speciall the curry dish...looks very flavourful!

  3. I hate it when the chicken is half cooked in a dish, I just cant eat anything which is half cooked in non-veg.

  4. I always love the nyonya dishes particularly those done with coconut milk.. Loved all these dishes


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