Nyonya, New York City

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194 Grand Street, NYC 212-334-3669

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    Nyonya: Super Cheap Malaysian Cuisine

    by Gypsystravels Updated Dec 28, 2007

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    Located here in the heart of Little Italy is this fantastic Malaysian restaurant. I've been here a few times, especially when I have a craving for Malaysian food. The place gets packed and the tables are a bit on the ratty side, so don't expect "white table" service here. The food is excellent and the prices are even better.

    Favorite Dish: Some of my favorite dishes include the Tom Yam noodles, Yong Tow Foo Hokkien Mee, Roti Canai. If you really enjoy food, you will like this place.

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    Nyonya: Malaysian food in Chinatown

    by acemj Written Apr 11, 2005

    If you're looking for some great Roti Canai and some Beef Rendang, give this place a shot. In the heart of Chinatown, you'll find Nyonya, which reminded me a lot of Penang in Philadelphia.

    Favorite Dish: The Roti Canai was delicious and the Beef Rendang, Pad Thai, Achat and Bean Sprouts were also quite good.

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    Nonya: Auntie's Malaysian food

    by yumiyun Written Nov 20, 2002

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    A Malaysian restaurant with good price for great food. Very popular and thus, not a place to eat and relax as the manager will ask you to leave after eating.

    Favorite Dish: My favorites are nashi lemak and curry mee. Also try roti telur for appetizer as well as cold sweets for desert.

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    by Topaznyc Written Aug 26, 2002

    Favorite Dish: Roti Channai - you simply must try this apetizer, less than $2 and it tastes so must like the real deal I had while traveling in Malaysia.

    Hot Coffee (Asian Style) - Made with chicory mixed in with the coffee bean as well as hot milk. So tasty on a cold winters day.

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