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A Treat At Nyonya Treats, Perling

BEFORE WE LEFT FOR SINGAPORE, we took our lunch at Nyonya Treats in Perling.  It was after 1pm when we reached the place and the tables were all occupied.  Thanks to my in-laws, they went there earlier to book a table for the seven of us.  The lights are quite dim inside the restaurant, my pictures below also turned out darker than usual.  Anyway, the moment we sat down, we ordered our food and requested for the desserts to be served first!  :)  We were all yearning for the Durian Cendol which cost RM5 per bowl....
Fresh Durian flesh embedded beneath the mountain of ice... 
Must not miss ordering this.... 
My son ordered their Bubur Cha Cha for a change...
And it came out creamy and fragrant... 
Sweet Potato, Yam and Tapioca... all three I LIKE!
As for our dishes..... 
Or Hiang or Chicken Spring Rolls....
Rendang Chicken....
Two greens... Sweet Potato Leaves...
and Young Kailan... 
The Sambal Fish is a Must-order too...
For these six dishes with rice and desserts, the cost came to around RM180.
With tummies full, we drove to Singapore for a short visit.... 

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  1. The spring rolls are so nicely browned. and Everything looks so yummy in the last picture. Your pictures, are so good I would never have guessed it was so dim inside.

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    1. Oh, the light was really dim otherwise my pictures would be been more clearer.. :)

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  2. Eat desserts first is a good idea hah..hah... Very nice food, I want the or hiang and sambal fish.

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    1. Cos the food will take some time before they can be served.. so better take desserts first..

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  3. I love nyonya. Ooooo...the sambal on the fish looks spicy. I like!!!

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  4. Yummy Nyonya cuisine. I love all the dishes.

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  5. All these Nyonya food and desserts make my mouth waters. I love Nyonya food.

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  6. I envy that you can get such a reasonable price for so many dishes

    All the dishes look good, I like Bubur Cha Cha too and I like the Or Hiang

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  7. I love Nyonya Food and their desserts. It is not easy to find fried spring rolls anywhere except at Nyonya restaurants.
    The best is that durian under the ice mountain. I want!

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  8. Delicious Nyonya food πŸ‘πŸ» especially tempted by d chicken rolls πŸ’•

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