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Nonya Food

My love for Nyonya cuisine is crazy! Maybe because I'm half Baba Nyonya, but that still doesn't justify my love for the cuisine. Nyonya cuisine to me, has the best of both worlds.

Melaka's Nonya Cuisine....  http://grabyourfork.blogspot.com/2011/06/amy-heritage-nyonya-cuisine-melaka.html

Nyonya, mixing of Chinese ingredients with Malay spices. The food is tangy, aromatic, spicy and herbal. A mesh of my favorite foods

Chinta Manis Peranakan doesn't it look delicious....

Ho Chiak: Spied this place: Chinta Manis Peranakan

Nyonya Cakes sold throughout Malaysia. Sweet and Savory choices will please the cake or dessert lover.

Nyonya Cakes sold throughout Malaysia. In the far left are yummy custard tarts, and I love those sesame red bean balls in the lower right

At Masak, quih pie tee with fillings like chicken, shrimp, hen-of-the-woods mushrooms or foie gras

Masak — NYC — Restaurant Review

Famous Nyonya dish kueh pie tee from Singapore taking on New York = awesome

Malay hawker street food. Yum!

Awesomed because Penang Hawker Food rocks! *Non-Halal* Everytime a tourist asks Penangnites about the best Penang hawker food, chances are only the most famous of hawker foods will be mentioned. Hawker foods such as Penang Road Cendol,

BEST OF MALAYSIA: NYONYA CUISINE BY CHEF DEBBIE TEOH @ CHATZ BRASSERIE, PARKROYAL KUALA LUMPUR It is simply hard to find a fantastic Nyonya Delights and this time I am happy to try the delicious nyonya dishes by the Nyonya Cooking Guru, Chef Debbie Teoh. This time Chef Debbie makes a return to Parkroyal Hotel to showcasing her expertise in Nyonya cuisine to diners at Chatz Brasserie.... Read more @ http://www.malaysianfoodie.com/2014/09/best-malaysia-nyonya-cuisine-che

It is simply hard to find a fantastic Nyonya Delights and this time I am happy to try the delicious nyonya dishes by the Nyonya Cooking Guru, Chef Debbie Teoh.

Nyonya Food Affair @ Buffet Town | 爱makan

Nyonya Food Affair @ Buffet Town

Peranakan or Nonya cuisine combines Chinese, Malay and other influences into a unique blend.  Peranakans are descendants of early Chinese migrants who settled in Penang, Malacca, Indonesia and Singapore, inter-marrying with local Malays. The old Malay word nonya (also spelled nyonya), a term of respect and affection for women of prominent social standing (part “madame” and part “auntie”), has come to refer to the cuisine of the Perakanans.

Peranakan or Nonya cuisine combines Chinese, Malay and other influences into a unique blend.

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