Name: Nyonya Colors
Location: Gardens MidValley, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Operation hours: 11am to 10pm
Taste = ****
Atmosphere = ****
Service = ***
Price = $$$
Location = very convenient for tourists (in a huge shopping mall)
How to get there = KTM to MidValley / taxi / bus
This restaurant serves Nyonya Malaysian food. It is of Nyonya style (Nyonyas are Malaysian Chinese who have adopted a Malay lifestyle. The Nyonyas have fused chinese and malay style of cooking and have created quite a few unique delicacies for all to enjoy!)
1. Teh Tarik (tea, made by "pulling" the tea in midair by pouring the tea from one cup to another) (if you're a vegan, you can request for a milk-free version)
2. The kuih (nyonya pastries) (they don't normally contain milk as they normally use coconut milk)
3. Curry Chee Cheong Fun (Chinese rice rolls with curry sauce) (if vegan, best to be safe and ask for the regular black bean sauce - tim jeong)
4. Do try some of the ready-made curry paste. Check the ingredients before purchase. Even though it says "seafood curry", it's still safe as you add the seafood separately. As vegetarians, it's up to your imagination as to what to add. For me, I add tofu, brinjals, potatoes, etc.
*Note: It is cheaper to get it from the morning market in SS2.
Labels: Asian, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Nyonya Colors