Restaurant 50, Lorong Abu Siti,10450 George Town,Pulau Pinang,Malaysia Published on: 20-07-2016
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Why Nonya Breeze is special ?
A Jiu hu char or stir-fried sengkuang (RM13.90) served with fresh lettuce and sambal belacan.
Kari Kapitan is a classic chicken curry with emphasis on lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves and coconut milk
Pepper too tor t’ng, (pig’s stomach soup)
The deep fried spring rolls (RM8.90)
Perut ikan (RM11.90)
- Delicious home cooking like my grandma's in Straits Quay
- Wonderful nyonya food!
- Good home cooked style Nyonya restaurant
- Reasonably priced nyonya cuisine
- Good Nyonya Meal
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Budget
- Alcohol YES
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card YES
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
50, Lorong Abu Siti,10450 George Town,Pulau Pinang,Malaysia
Tips for you
We had late lunch in Nyonya Breeze Straits Quay at around 2pm. There were not many people at this hour. The food was served quite slowly. Food quality was good, especially the Kiam chye ark t'ng (ie. soup with salted vege and duck meat). We also ordered the sambal goreng shrimp (which has a unique taste), and lobak. The bill came out to be RM55. With CIMB credit card, you get 10% discount, which will takes away the service charge. The waitress went extra miles to advise us one which dishes go well with each other, which I think deserves thumbs up.
The food okok only, expensive and very very small portion !! Also, not freshly cook, is use microwave to teng teng warm the food !!!!! No wonder when we enter, inside is empty of customer. !!!