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Nyonya Kitchen 娘惹厨房

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.

Location 

Guomao (China World Trade Center)
国贸
B1/F (near the Line 10 Subway entrance), China World Mall, 1 Jianguomenwai Dajie
Chaoyang District
朝阳区
建国门外大街1号国贸商城B1楼
50-80 per person
6505 0376
Yes
Smoking
Chinese bank cards
Yes
Lido
丽都
Across from Gaojiayuan Middle School, opposite the Lido Hotel
Chaoyang District
朝阳区
高家园中学丽都饭馆对面
50-80 per person
Daily 11am-9.30pm
6433 7377
Yes
Completely Smoke Free
Chinese bank cards
Yes
Yes

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User reviews of Nyonya Kitchen 娘惹厨房

Amazing flavors!

Reviewed by tstotts on Wed, 02/05/2014 - 17:49
Joined: Apr 12, 2013
Posts: 5
Review of Nyonya Kitchen
5

We went to a branch of the restaurant in the mall at Taiyanggong (exit C, or right into the mall) on the fourth floor. The place was empty because of the holidays, so the service was especially quick, but I'd like to think it's like that all the time.

We had a few dishes, and I wish I could remember the names of all of them! We had a noodle dish with shrimp, beef and broccoli, and stewed pork with mushrooms. Everything was delicious. I also had the coconut rice, and my bf had the plain rice. The coconut rice was subtle yet flavorful, and blended well with the pork dish (which had the most tender meat ever! Even the fatty bits were just melt-in-your mouth!) The noodle dish was amazing! I could have eaten it all day! We also had a vanilla milkshake, which was just like you would get in the States--just ice cream and milk, really thick and delicious!

The only semi-complaint was that the beef and broccoli had a bit too much soy sauce, but it wasn't a problem. Everything was well cooked, even the shrimp, which some restaurants just can't get right.

The bill came to about 180 rmb--3 dishes, two rice, and two "thick shakes."

All said, this is definitely a place we will be visiting again. Also, they deliver!

Great Curry!

Reviewed by scottye41 on Thu, 01/03/2013 - 23:10
Joined: Aug 14, 2010
Posts: 1
Review of Nyonya Kitchen
4

I've met the owners of Nyonya Kitchen a few times around town and have been wanting to try it for some time. Opening their third branch in Taiyanggong (near my house) gave me the opportunity to finally get over there.

Service was good, location is good being in the Kaide Mall connected to Taiyanggong subway station.

We ordered Laksa, Nyonya Red Curry and Chicken Satay. I'd give the Laksa 3 stars, the satay 4 stars and the red curry 5 stars. The Laksa was good but last time I had it was on the street in Singapore so its hard to compare. Satay was very good, a little different than the Thai satay I've had in the past but still delicious. The Nyonya Red Curry was amazing! A great depth of flavor with a nice citrus touch, I have no idea if its authentic but its definitely good. Paired with the coconut rice its something not to be missed.

Looking forward to making Nyonya Kitchen part of our regular rotation now that its in the neighborhood.

closest to Malaysia in Beijing!

Reviewed by krislax12 on Fri, 05/27/2011 - 12:12
Joined: Oct 18, 2010
Posts: 2
Review of Nyonya Kitchen
5

I've been to Malaysia and Nyonya's food is as close to it as you're going to get, unless you want to travel to Malaysia! The ginger milk tea is my favorite drink, the xi mi lu dessert is much better than the Canto places I've had it at, and all of the food I've had has been extremely tasty and gets me to come back. The decor at the Lido location is authentic and a great atmosphere. And most importantly, the management CARES and as mentioned in other reviews, just wants to serve their customers authentic, good-tasting Malaysian meals! THAT is rare in China.

not recommended

Reviewed by friendly-expat on Sun, 08/29/2010 - 23:58
Joined: Apr 02, 2010
Posts: 1
Review of Nyonya Kitchen
1

Sorry, the location in Lido is cheesy, overpriced, and not always even authentic. The Char Kway Teow, for example, was awful, tasteless, and actually burnt. Two of us spent 130RMB and left, never to return, feeling like we'd been cheated.

Come here if you want real Malaysian food!

Reviewed by antibeefgurl on Mon, 07/19/2010 - 16:55
Joined: Sep 04, 2008
Posts: 0
Review of Nyonya Kitchen
5

Come here if you want real Malaysian food! Well,its not all authentic but is at least 90%! Certainly offers a taste closest to home among all other Malaysian restaurants in town. Drinks are a little over-priced but the food makes up for it. Spiciness is toned down a little too but that is not a problem as the chef could tone it back up for you should he know a Malaysian with a penchant for 'hot curry' is in the house,kudos to that! Everything on the menu is worth trying and it would not be dissapointing for most. I will always come back should I feel a sudden rush of home-sickness!

Friendly, comfortable and great value

Reviewed by chinaaussie on Mon, 07/19/2010 - 08:24
Joined: Jul 22, 2009
Posts: 50
Review of Nyonya Kitchen
5

Nyonya is perhaps the most honest eats in town. Its goal is to serve good affordable Malaysian food and it does exactly that. Personally I think some of their dishes lack a little, so do not frequent this place as often. One exception is their Rojak salad with delicious crispy potatoes and fresh crunchy vegetables. The service is always friendly and the prices are low. They also have a good afternoon tea deal...

Great Malaysian food, bad service

Reviewed by jas15 on Sun, 04/18/2010 - 00:57
Joined: Oct 14, 2008
Posts: 2
Review of Nyonya Kitchen
2

The closest to original Malaysian food to be honest, I love the food there. But I am quite disappointed by their service. I am referring to the Lido branch.

The last time I was there, the waitresses did not look as if they were happy to serve, and especially when we send food back because there is a problem with it, the service gets worse. I even heard them bad-mouthing once and I got very ticked off. After that time, I never went back there again.

They serve great Nyonya food, no doubt about that, and I feel like I am "home", but the service badly affected my opinion on this restaurant.

So it depends, if you want one of the best Malaysian food, this would be the place to go to, but don't expect good service.

Finally find some good South East Asian Food

Reviewed by dannychong on Sat, 03/21/2009 - 22:00
Joined: Mar 01, 2009
Posts: 21
Review of Nyonya Kitchen
4

After trying many of the Malaysian Restaurant in Beijing, including the well known names like Awana and Malacca Legend, finally found the best one among all. Nyonya Restaurant, despite the remote location (seriously do not mind), the decor is pretty cozy and the service is ok.

Talking about the food, we tried 1) Nasi Lemak, pretty good, have what was required to be an 'original' Nasi Lemak that you can find in Malaysia, though with Sambal Ikan Bilis will be better, but its already one of the best Nasi Lemak in Beijing. 2) Bat Gut Teh - a little disappointed, but acceptable, the meat is tender, but do not feel really strong and do not remember much, thus, not the best I have tried so most prob will not order again. 3) Assam Prawn - Very good. Sour enough. though without prawn shell will make the dish perfect for lazy bum like me! 4) Satay - seriously good, as it has some 'fatty' meat with the lean meat, thus, taste delicious though think a little overpriced. 5) BoBoChaCha - Hmm, not the best in Beijing. 6) Malaysia Coffee - Can't find the original taste by me adding the milk and the sugar by myself...

Heard from others that the fried beehoon and Curry laksa is not bad too, so, looking forward to visit again.