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The Peranakan or Nyonya heritage is traced back to the early adventures of migrants predominantly from the Fujian province in Southeastern China, who settled throughout the Malay Archipelago in South East Asia. In their new environment, and through interracial marriage with the locals, a new cuisine is born. Nyonya cuisine is acknowledged as one of the earliest examples of fusion food, with the Penang Nyonyas artfully blending their cooking techniques and ingredients from the Chinese, Malays, Thais and Southern Indians. Penang Nyonya cuisine, which is not shy of flavours or fragrance, is famous the world over and highly sought after by visitors to Penang. Cooking from the heart, we strive to…
Great service, great food, and great prices. I got a vege curry and rice for $8.90 and it did not disappoint. It can be very noisy here, but it's a small price for the rest of what Little Penang has to offer.
I'm vegan, and...More
I always know whatever I order that I’ll get something delicious. The menu has just the right amount of variation but everything is done great. The service is amazingly fast and the atmosphere is always warm and welcoming.
Had a quite bit to eat before the Theatre and the service was prompt and efficient and the food was delicious and cant recommend them highly enough. Great use of spices, and ingredients and perfectly cooked.
Hungry and walking in Dixon St we remembered little Penang for its fast service and good value tasty meals.
This time we chose char kuay teow and nasi goreng along with mee goreng. I particularly like the vegetable fritter served with the mee goreng.
We went here for our first dinner in Wellington. Very busy place so it was quite loud, but it is worth it! The wait was really short and the food was amazing and warm when we got it (nothing worse than cold-ish food). The staff...More
We popped into this Dixon St place on a busy Saturday and had a mix of nasi goreng, mee goreng, char kway teow, roti chanai. Some dishes were very good but others less so on this occasion like the ckt. The lobak entree was good....More
Excellent, authentic, addictive Malaysian food. Popular with Malaysian expats and locals, can be very busy at lunchtimes. Every day has a different special so if you’re craving a specific dish (Asam Laksa, Hokkien Mee, Buk kut teh, etc) you might want check which day it’s...More