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Posted by anonymous on 05/28/2013
Food is great.
Posted by Kiki from Bensonhurst on 11/14/2012
Food- just ok I've had better quality Malaysian in the city. Prices- decent for the pirtions. Service- if you order the wrong thing get ready to have to eat it as they'll tell at you they won't cook you anything else. And conveying your order to the always in a rush extremely rude waitress is practically an impossibility. Do your self a favor and don't go to Nyonya you will be dissapointed.
Posted by Mike G on 07/12/2012
My friends and I have come to this restaurant 2 times in the last month. The food that we received the first time was not good. It was not only greasy, fatty but also extremely salty. However the food was the best of the visit compared to the attitued of the staff as well as the management. I do not know how this restaurant recieve such high ratings for Yelp, or Zagat. I can only assume that ratings from Zagat must be easily obtainable. The only recommendation I can give is to stay away at all costs. There are plenty of other more authentic Malaysian Restaurants in Brooklyn. Better service and way better food.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/26/2012
I've been to this restaurant with friends MANY times and the service is always poor. The reason I go back and subject myself and friends to the abuse of the waiters and management is because of the food. However, lately, the food quality has been declining as well. I think I've been abused long enough. There are better restaurants out there that could use loyal customers in this economy.
Posted by anonymous on 11/23/2011
Not being malaysian myself its a great place to try something new. beef randang, and the curry noodle soup on a cold day cant be beat. make sure you get a roti though soo tasty
Posted by anonymous on 02/20/2011
Craving some Char kway teow, I decided to go to to Nyonya, the only Malaysian option near Bensonhurst for takeout. What an insult to Malaysian food! What I got was nothing even resembling Char Kway Teow in the slightest! Greasy, bland, thin rice noodles with mushy mealy shrimp and a few pieces of chewy squid. It was pretty much inedible. This is such a classic dish I don't know how they could use wrong kind of noodles. The ice drink I ordered was wayyyy too sweet and doused in syrup. The only slightly redeeming part of the order was my roti canai.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/19/2009
I would say that this is the best malaysian restaurants in Brooklyn. My girlfriend and I can't get enough of this place. Everytime we go here, the manager/owner already knows what we want. Service is so-so, depending on the day. The food seems to always be fresh and tastes the same everytime we come.