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03-5634 4908
Opening Hours
12:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
12:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Signature Dishes
Asam Fish Curry Assam Laksa Bubur Chacha Joo Hoo Char Penang Fried Kuey Teow
Review (2)
Level1 2018-02-15
👎🏼👎🏼👎🏼 had a quick lunch in Penang Nyonya Subang Parade and really got piss with their worker (name : JOE) bad and arrogant attitude to their own mistake! Wrong drink send and request for change, they had the audacity to slam the drink on my table to show their displeasure! Food nothing to talk about, yet got REALLY BAD service, which makes the whole meal totally unpleasant!NEVER EVER COME BACK TO THIS PLACE, period! 👎🏼👎🏼👎🏼👎🏼 continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-19
Being a half Peranakan, I was never fascinated with most of the commercialized Nyoya cuisine around me. Like the rest, Penang Nyonya in Subang Parade is not an exceptional. Even though, I really do like a few of their dishes in the menu.The Nasi Bojari in particular became my favourite. Perhaps because my mother has rarely made that at home, so what you don’t have is always in your wish list. Thus it instantly became my favourite.See how colourful is the rice. Simple yet pretty looking, I thought it was brilliant. The sambal and chili is amazing, fiery hot and spicy, but palatable and divine to me.So because I have such a spicy tongue, I couldn’t resist getting all the spicy food that was luring from the menu like there is a spell casting from within the menu. Hence, Asam fish curry that came with some ladies fingers in it. It is good and at RM 20.50, I guess they have to give you a plump slice.Next dish is the Asam laksa, which I regretted not ordering it with vermicelli. Well, to be fair to them, it’s somewhat subjective because I happen to favour vermicelli to the usual noodle which supposedly to go with asam laksa. Now, note to Ms Kim Lee whom have been requesting for a good asam laksa on Facebook page, this is a good commercialized asam laksa just to satisfy your crave.So the soup had thick stock of actual fish with lots of finishing garnish of onions, chilis, mint leaves (my favourite) and lemon grass. I’ve always thought that the use of lemon grass into asam laksa is a fantastic choice. Adding both the lemon grass and fresh peppermint leaves to the asam laksa really help mask the astringent taste of the other ingredients.What is nyonya food without Nasi lemak ….yum. Hot steamed pandan and santan rice was okay. Not fabulous compared to what I’ve been having all these while from home. But I really like the fresh served nasi lemak. Freshly cut cucumber has always been something I am rather particular with when I eat sliced cucumber. So when ordering this, always expect hot steaming rice with hot curry chicken served with fried groundnuts and crunchy fried anchovies. Don’t forget the cooling freshly cut cucumber and half a boiled egg. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)