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Saturday, December 06, 2014

New series of dishes and breakfast menu from Mama Nyonya FOOD Restaurant, Tmn Molek - Johor Bahru.

Mama Nyonya FOOD Restaurant (N1.52416 E103.78535) has a new series of dishes available started from this December 2014 onwards! Beside the new menu, they also serve Nyonya style breakfast today, you can view through some of the dishes below...

The restaurant new business hour also changed from 7.30am - 5pm (weekday) and 11am - 8pm (Fri and Sat). That means the breakfast is available on weekday only and the dinner only during the weekend.

About 9 of us visited the restaurant on one of the evening to try out the new dishes. Let me show you one-by-one...

*  Fish in brown sauce
*  Itik Sioh (duck)
*  Fish maw soup
*  Portuguese style steam sotong (squids)
*  Battered eggplants in sauce
*  Itik Tim (duck)
*  Ikan sambal garing (Fried mackerel fish with Nyonya sambal)

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Fish in brown sauce

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Itik Sioh (duck)

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Itik Sioh (duck)

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Fish maw soup

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Portuguese style steam sotong (squids)

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Battered eggplants in sauce

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Battered eggplants in sauce

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Itik Tim (duck)

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Ikan sambal garing (Fried mackerel fish with Nyonya sambal)

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Ikan sambal garing (Fried mackerel fish with Nyonya sambal)

Fish in brown sauce
- One of the special taste which you can slowly differentiate the sweet, sour, slight salty and spicy-ness of the fish in your mouth. The authentic mixture of Nyonya ingredients were great and we all like it!

Itik Sioh (duck)
- This was the first time tasting this authentic Nyonya Itik Sioh out of Malacca town. The gravy was tasty and really went well with plain rice. The duck was tender and succulent.

Fish maw soup
- The fish maw soup served with salted veggie, mushroom and chicken. Tasty and enjoyed the soup. The fish maw was prepared from raw by the restaurant, and it was fresh.

Portuguese style steam sotong (squids)
- Another Portuguese dish that we tried out of Malacca town. The ingredients were unique, spicy and sour, provided a different taste from local Johor Bahru town. The squids were steamed to perfection.

Battered eggplants in sauce
-  One of the 'very special' dish we had! Eggplant prepared with bean paste, it was crispy on the skin and juicy inside. Unforgettable! All of us like it very much!

Itik Tim (duck)
- Another Nyonya signature dish, cooked with authentic Nyonya recipe as home dish during the old era, we were fortunate enough to taste it today. Appreciated.

Ikan sambal garing (Fried mackerel fish with Nyonya sambal)
-  The fried mackerel fish was different from those available in the nasi lemak stall, it was really crispy and fragrance on the skin and moist inside. The sambal served with the fishes was the best combination!

They served the plain rice in the antique basket (correct me if I'm wrong) with the feel of rich Nyonya touch.

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All the dishes enough to ease our Nyonya temptation for the evening. Satisfied dinner in the comfort environment, not to forget the friendly owner (boss and lady boss) which remind me of the Nyonya culture.

Beside the new dishes, they also serve the Nyonya style breakfast in the morning session.

Breakfast menu :-

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Curry chicken noodles
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Roti Jala served with curry chicken (photo below)
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Nyonya mee-suah (vermicelli)
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Nyonya Lontong

They also serve nasi lemak and other noodles which I didn't take the photos.
Among all, I like the Nyonya mee-suah and Nyonya Lontong very much! This 2 dishes are really unique within Johor Bahru area.

As all of us rated, Mama Nyonya FOOD Restaurant is one of the worth visit restaurant in Johor Bahru.

* The above comments are based on individual taste bud, not related to any commercial purpose.

MaMa Nyonya FOOD Restaurant
8, Jalan Molek 1/28, 
Taman Molek, Johor Bahru 
(behind Alliance Bank Tmn Molek)
Tel : +6016-7167190 (Grace Lim)
Rest day - Sunday

Location map of Mama Nyonya FOOD Restaurant at Taman Molek, Johor Bahru.

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