Alibaba & Nyonya - Mid Valley Restaurant

F-051 1st Floor, Mid Valley MegaMall Lingkaran Syed Putra Mid Valley City 59200 Kuala Lumpur

Peranakan food is no stranger to Malaysians. Malaysians have always lived in the cultural sphere of Baba Nyonya, especially the food fusion of Malay and Chinese cooking – ayam pongteh, pie tee, cincalok, kari kapitan and many more. We understand our guests fancies Peranakan cooking style and would like to have some traditional Melayu cooking style in the restaurant too. There’s the reason we innovate traditional Malay/Nyonya food with a modern twist on our recipe and menu. Now guests may enjoy both Peranakan and traditional Melayu cooking style at the same time. Alibaba & Nyonya provides an affordable and fuss-free dining experience in the comfort of dining in a homely setting, with a great variety of menu selection.

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  • 2019-02-06 00:00:00+00:00
Delicious platter filled with 5 types of food item - 5 spice chicken rolls (similar to ngo hiong), crispy popiah, prawn kerabu, chicken and shrimp wanton and deep fried dumplings (sui gao) with what I thought was salted egg yolk fillings in them but later, I noticed that the poster printed "cheesy fortune cookies" as one of the items so it must be that this dumpling is filled with cheese and not salted egg yolk.

Nyonya Leaf - Mid Valley Megamall Restaurant

LG Mid Valley Megamall Lingkaran Syed Putra Mid Valley City 59200 Kuala Lumpur

Nyonya Leaf started with homemade Nyonya kuih for catering in 2011. Founded on the principle of giving the best quality and authentic aroma taste especially the Nyonya kuih with well guarded recipes passed down over the years from founder grandmother, a Penang Nyonya. We emphasize fresh natural ingredients, no colouring and no preservative! The Nyonya cuisines is a unique & vibrant cuisine that encompasses the influence of traditional Malay, Chinese & European culture. A commitment to excellent, Nyonya Leaf ’s vision is offering the best Malaysian street food and Nyonya cuisine to win the heart of local consumers as well as globally.

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  • 2019-03-22 00:00:00+00:00
Nasi Lemak Pandan Rendang Chicken at MYR 12.90+ (6% SST = MYR 13.67 nett). The Rendang gravy is tasty, creamy, not that salty and not too sweet. The sambal is not the sweet type but is a bit sourish so I like it. Can taste pandan and coconut milk in the rice so the taste reminded me of Seri Muka kuih.

Nearby

Baba Low’s Restaurant

11, Lorong Kurau, 59100 Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur.

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  • 2019-04-12 00:00:00+00:00
This popiah wrapper (skin) is very similar to a pancake or crepe because it is doughy, soft and much thicker than the usual thin popiah skin. My friend cannot get used to it and so she removed the skin from 3 segments and left them uneaten. I finished my popiah because I like to eat doughy pancakes. The jicama is cooked with fermented soybeans paste (taucu) as I found some fermented soybeans in the roll. I am ok with this popiah but will not order it again because I don't like the jicama that is too soggy.
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  • 2018-09-29 01:37:53+00:00
Restaurant Baba low Bangsar lucky garden
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  • 2014-08-25 00:00:00+00:00
The very famous Baba Low's 486 which serves Peranakan food is now available for us KL folks to enjoy