Nyonya Kitchen 娘惹厨房


Average: 3.9 (8 votes)

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Nyonya Kitchen devotes an entire page of the menu to the introduction of Peranakan cuisine and clearly describes each of their dishes. In an effort to keep it authentic, they import their spices and curry pastes from Malaysia. The Nyonya specialty curries are essential.


Guomao (China World Trade Center)
B1/F (near the Line 10 Subway entrance), China World Mall, 1 Jianguomenwai Dajie
Chaoyang District
50-80 per person
6505 0376
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Across from Gaojiayuan Middle School, opposite the Lido Hotel
Chaoyang District
50-80 per person
Daily 11am-9.30pm
6433 7377
Completely Smoke Free
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User reviews of Nyonya Kitchen 娘惹厨房

Laundry town saves the day

Joined: Dec 25, 2014
Posts: 1
Review of Laundry Town

High end hotels in China are reasonably priced (by USA standards) but it costs more for them to do the laundry than it does to buy new clothes everyday. Consequently, traveling in China sometimes is reduced to nothing more than a laundry challenge. So I was more than pleasantly surprised this trip when a did an internet search and found Laundry Town in Beijing. All my communication has been by email. I can pay using PayPal. They pick up at my hotel and deliver it back the next day. Laundry Town is the answer to my laundry dreams (previously nightmares) in Beijing. They’ve been perfect.

Best Chitown Pizza ever in Beijing

Joined: Feb 06, 2011
Posts: 18
Review of Pie Squared

Me,Chinese,and my English friend(who is a huge pizza lover) by the way went all the way up to Shunyi from Wangfujing Street just for satisfying a craving for the good pizza there!*yahoo*

For starter, we ordered stromboli. (Pepperoni, ham, salami and mozzarella cheese wrapped in homemade dough, baked golden brown and topped with garlic, parmesan and oregano. Served with a side of Ranch dressing and/or Pizza sauce) I personally like the taste very much - juicy,rich flavor but also crispy, which is a good combination and stimulation to your taste bud.

We ordered the Chi-town pizza, after all, it is Chicago pizza place, right? *pleasantry* It is very different from Italian pizza in terms of presentation.The pizza here is thick and round. Again,once you have a bite, you can feel the juicy and intensely rich flavors. It is twice baked and you can choose 5 toppings together with lots of pizza sauce and parmasen. Oh,man,I just love hot and fresh pizza come straight out of oven...Don't you?*good*

My friend orfdered the motor city meat supreme...! If you are a meat lover, this could be a good choice for you. As I did not try it, so I will not make comments here but leave it for yourself to discover!

I also ordered the garden salad to balance out the nutrition...;)

The foreign manager there is also very nice to us, they let us choose our own TV program to watch... haha. Also he is very friendly to talk to.

In a nutshell, I would say that this is the best Chicago pizza that we have had in Beijing. Just hope they can open a shop in DOWNTOWN soon!!!

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Rude staff/owners

Joined: Dec 02, 2014
Posts: 4
Review of Trouble Bar

Totally agree with the previous reviewer.

Went in for a couple of drinks before setting off on a long journey back across town.

Was treated with utter contempt by the woman behind the bar (owner's wife I think). Had a Jing A draft then asked for a Konig and said “I'll pay now if that's okay?” After looking at me as though a piece of s**t she said “Are you sick?”... sorry?... she then realised her mistake and said “Oh... I thought you were him (points at another foreigner who looks nothing like me)you white people all look the same” None of this said jokingly or with a smile. Lovely customer service. I will never return and I will certainly implore friends and colleagues to never set foot in there.


Joined: Mar 25, 2008
Posts: 6
Review of Miss Muesli

The granola is amazing, I will definitely be ordering from this place again in the near future Smile I love that they allow custom orders - I'm a very picky eater and it's next to impossible to find pre-mixed muesli or granola that suits me. Ordering was easy and delivery was fast. Can't wait to order more!

Tiny restaurant, quirky purple booths, deliciously spicy Thai food

Joined: Dec 19, 2014
Posts: 1
Review of Sabai Sabai

Food is so full of flavor and the prices are so reasonable. They have the best Tom Yum soup I have ever had in my life, and a pretty killer green papaya salad.

Kind of ridiculous how the chef is so full of himself (omg, read his intro in the menu), but whatever, I've only ever seen Chinese fuwuyuan's around the place, and they are always attentive, polite, and friendly.

Of all the Thai restaurants in Beijing, this one is super high on the "value for the money" scale. I find myself coming back again and again.