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Our Evening Treat At Nyonya Treats, Taman Perling, Johor

OUR SHOPPING AT THE JOHOR PREMIUM OUTLET ENDED AROUND 4PM.... We were more or less satisfied with our little loots, we were in fact very good girls for we only bought a pair of shorts after all the walking and eating.  :)   Come to think of it, we were more interested in eating than shopping.  So our next itinerary was Dinner.... and I recommended Nyonya Treats in Taman Perling.

We reached Nyonya Treats around 5.20pm, it was not opened.  Quickly I called up after finding out their number through Facebook, to our relief, it opens at 5.30pm... phew... Needless to say, we were the first customers to walk in... LOL...
While waiting for them to take orders.... 
I notice this wooden cupboard at Nancy's Kitchen in Malacca too... 
Well, we had one too... during the 1960s.... 
hmmmmmm.... 
The Waiting Looks! 
Or Hiang or Springrolls...
Made from chicken instead of pork.... 
My favourite....
Cincaluk Omelette... supposedly to be...
Assam Curry Squid... 
Dishes for the four of us... 
Bill came to around RM60 plus...
Oh yes.. cannot leave Nyonya Treats without Durian Cendol!
Yummssssss... 



Comments

  1. What a beautiful place! And so much variety to eat!

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  2. That Or Hiang, I know it as Ngor Hiang. So long haven't eaten it. I actually bought the beancurd skin to make but you know lah....

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  3. Wow..such a beautiful place!!I really liked it and the food.. seems so delicious..Yummy.. Wanna taste it ..hehe

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  4. I love everything you just ate. The one I love most is that Okra with spicy hot sambal. Hey, the Nyonya baskets looked exactly like mine.

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  5. Nyonya, for me...anytime!!! Ooooo...I love that old school cupboard.

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  6. got durian chendol lagi....yumzzz!

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  7. Everything looks delicious! Love the okra with sambal and the mouth watering durian cendol!

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  8. Very reasonable price, I like the Or Hiang and Omelette

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  9. the rest i can close 1 eye but durian chendol....waaaaa....lau hau sui

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  10. price is good and food looks good. yummy

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