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Nyonya Colors At 1Utama, Petaling Jaya

TWO HOURS JOURNEY DOWN SOUTH TO SG BULOH FOR THE SECOND TIME WITHIN ONE WEEK...  Thank God for journey mercies and enabling me to drive with no adverse effects on my leg.  Wasting no time, we started our shopping early in the morning at 1Utama, parking was easily accessible...  With a walking stick in my hand, I was surprised that we spent around four hours plus strolling in the mall....

This is the first time I had been in a mall without the wheelchair... Yes, I had to take it easy, I walked a bit and sat down whenever there is availability... And it was a great relief to see Nyonya Colors... it is my favourite outlet of them all...

 Dry chicken curry.... so "lemak!"
Assam Laksa... I could only take a spoonful for satisfaction...
The "chunk" of fish.... so yummy!
 Some desserts.... Creamy Bubur Cha Cha....
Colourful Ice Kacang....
And the colourful yet untidy desserts!
Part of our brunch!
Our satisfying expressions says it all.... 
Indeed very Colourful At Nyonya.... 



Comments

  1. so happy lah, eating at Nyonya Colors in 1U.. this place sure ngum your taste lah, look at the lemak, the ABC, the bubur chacha and the assortments of nyonya kuih.. no wonder it's your favorite outlet of them all~~ :)

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  2. This is one of my favourite place to eat nyonya kuih although the kuih are more expensive here. Good to see all of you enjoying yourselves!

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    1. Theirs is certainly much higher than the ones I ate... hahaha

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  3. Wah ... The food all looks so good ! I want to go to 1utama during the school holidays !

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  4. Wahhh! So good to see your girls enjoying the yummylicious food!

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  5. I quite liked the one at Gardens, never been to 1U...or just once, a long long long time ago. :(

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    1. Gardens got Nyonya colors too? That one near the KL central..

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  6. How come I did not bump into you? Haha. Eventhough I go to 1U so often, I've only been to Nyonya Colours ONCE. I don't quite like it. I prefer Penang Flavours.

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    1. Oh, the Penang flavours in Mid Valley? I like this one... all suit my taste buds!

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  7. Wow, all looks so good. So far have been to Nyonya Colours twice & their kuih are expensive but pamper yourself once in awhile is ok.

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  8. You are right, sekali pandang the chicken, so "lemak" and creamy, wah, sedap wor..

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  9. I will go for the dry chicken curry and Creamy Bubur Cha Cha... hehe...

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  10. Eh, you were at 1-U? That's my second home hee..hee.. Glad you had a nice meal there.

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