Food are great but really need to book advance as very crowded. Curry chicken , chap chai must try and also the Ondeh ondeh
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I actually did not have to wait very long on a Saturday afternoon despite not having any prior booking. Lunch was good and value for money. We enjoyed the food and will visit again.
Been to a few nonya restaurant in melaka, and this time, Nancy really pushed others aside. The dishes are really tasty, the pai tee is a must try for a starter, then the otah is really tasty with chunks of meat and isn't too spicy....More
look busy from outside as queue waiting to be seated. Actually only few table inside. Service was not good as served giving attitude when ask for spoon or extra order. Food wise, was not tasty. We have Adam fish, sour and less seasoning. Sotong santo...More
Lovely food and authenticity with good atmosphere and buah keluak readily availabale! Worthwhile visit and real food and non halal!
The last time we ate there, it was in a shophouse with separated dining areas, glad to report that it is now in a new location, with many more tables and more organised service Food is still just as great. Food: Typical Malacca food, but...More
First went to Amy's and got chased out by a young female staff. Yes you heard me right. Because they were too crowded (WTH), talk about customer service. Melaka has an abundance of Peranakan restaurants. That's a bad bad move. Anyway, went to find another...More
Nice and cosy restaurant with friendly staffs and great service. Got table on the 3rd floor and was served by Nancy herself and was recommended to all her signatures dishes. Had Pie Tee for a starter. Reasonable pricing for an authentic nyonya meal
Popiah was shocking - skin was so soft and soggy. Ayam rendang - only one piece of thigh meat?! Egg omelette with prawn - nice but mediocre; ngor Hiang - delicious but not outstanding; meatball soup - meat balls were tender, but overall so-so Maybe...More