"Interesting Taste, a combination thats acceptable for both locals and malaysians", Junhan - Loves food
Sebastian Domula: Music should be more up to date. The vegetable rice was not flavor.
Anonymous: I prefer fish as a fillet. The curry chiken was my favorite dish.
Anonymous: The vegetable was abit blend the noodles were abit sour for my tastes, But overall they have done well.
Anonymous: The Penang fried kuey tiow was good, Fish Fillet With Coconut Milk was not that good.
Charlotte: Noting was absolutely amazing , the food was ok but I think it could do with some more flavors, From what I can hear from the people around me the dessert is really tasty but I’m too full, to try it ,The restaurant need a coat of paint and a big clean.
Lili: Small Group but nice atmosphere, the restaurant does not really look like an authentic place, but the food looks correct. Good for a meal with friends but nothing really really special.
Junhan: Interesting Taste, a combination thats acceptable for both locals and malaysians
My Nonya Kitchen is one of the older Malaysian restaurants in Shanghai. They serve authentic Malaysian food, like Laksa and Satays. Their decoration is truly Malaysian, with Owner Joanne taking care that food stays original.