This little café is a gem. Take lovingly cooked Nonya and Chinese dishes, great ambiance and the friendliness that was shown us by the Chin family, and you have the recipe for a wonderful dining experience. The Café is also an antique gallery but this is no cluttered jumble of dusty antiques. Everything is tidily arranged for display so your eyes and your conversations are drawn to the many interesting items while you wait for your meal to be prepared.
My wife had the Nonya Curried Chicken, and I had the BBQ pork and noodles. I particularly enjoyed the smokey flavour of the pork which is prepared in-house, and the Curried Chicken came with a side dish of tasty shredded vegetable or Kuih mix, lettuce, Pie Tees and rice. Being new to Nonya food, our host was kind enough to explain the correct way of eating the Kuih mix by either wrapping it in the lettuce or using it to fill the cup shaped Pie Tee to form a tasty mouthful to be eaten as finger food.
All in all a very enjoyable experience.
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