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Classic Nyonya @ Sutera, Johor Bahru

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Thinking this would be crowded judging from the online reviews, I made a reservation and turned out we were one of two tables for the night. I guess from the point of view of being parents to toddlers, this worked out well for us anyway.


The dishes arrived really quickly after ordering, prompting us to wonder if these were just microwaved.





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Ayam Buah Keluak


The quintessential of any nyonya meal and this was pleasant, friendly and lacking in some oomph. Even the buah keluak lacked some nuttiness.





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Ngor Hiang


This is too classic to ignore, and as usual I had to have it. More meat would have been ideal, this was decent at best.


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Sweet and Sour Pork to break away from the monotony and ended up being the best of the meal.

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Otah too was another delicious one, I love how thick and generous the portion of mackerel used in this fragrant delight.


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Lukewarm beef rendang that missed out on some spiciness, else great for those who prefer their curries non spicy.




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Ever tried a sweet popiah? They could have used a tad too much sweet sauce and their version comes with lettuce.



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Ever since I've tried cincalok omelette, this has become an easy to replicate dish at home. As usual, I wish it has more cincalok, else this had enough red onions.


Food was mediocre at this highly rated place, I'd pick Nyonya Treats anyday.



Classic Nyonya
No.90 Jalan Sutera Tanjung 8/4, Taman Sutera Utama

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