Dined at Ta Chi after long day work event. Laksa creamy hearty just what I needed, followed by refreshingly cool Cendol with rich gula Melaka. Checked.
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I do not have any revenge with this café but honestly I think there's an attitude problems with the staff and that old uncle who is serving the guests there. Trust me, if you visit that place and by the way that old uncle treated...More
Tau Chi house serves Peranakan food. This is probably not the best Peranakan food outlet that I have tasted. There is however a wide variety of food choices. However if you do happen to come here for food, I would only recommend the Nonya Nasi...More
We were visiting our In-law and sending our daughter to the bus terminal. As there was still time, we decided to have lunch at any restaurant nearby. My kids suggested Baba Nyonya food and looking into Google, this was the nearest. It was an out...More
This little place is only about 50 metres from The Pines Hotel, where we stayed. Forget about the (IMHO) over-rated nonya restaruants in Jonkers, this is just as good, owner is friendly and and it's not so crowded.
This was the 4th recommendation from our nice receptionist from Hotel Majestic. While the previous advices were just perfect and the experiences far above our expectations, the Ta Chi House ended up being a very deceiving experience. On a Friday evening at 7:30 pm we...More
We stumbled upon this place while waiting for our hotel room. Nice decor and warm service. We tried the Mee Siam and Chincalok fried rice which we're both recommended and did not regret. Sad thing is that they don't serve buah keluak nor any pork...More