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  • Malaysian
  • 199 Grand St, New York NY10013 40.719134 -73.996784
  • (Btwn Mott & Mulberry St)
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  • (212) 334-3669
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User Ratings (Based on 61 reviews)

Food 3.9 Value 3.9
Service 3.0 Atmosphere 3.2

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 334-3669
(212) 334-6701
(212) 343-7422
Place Order:
Order From Nyonya for delivery & takeout
Cash Only
Sun-Thu: 11am-11:30pm Fri-Sat: 11am-12am
Dinner, Lunch
Delivery, Good for Groups, Lunch Special, Online Ordering, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible
Min Delivery:
Delivery Area:
Liberty St to Houston St FDR Dr to 6th Ave

User Reviews

  • Nyonya

    Posted by Ajax on 08/20/2007

    Absolutely delicious!!

    The food was absolutely delicious! From the Roti Canai to the Nyonya Curry Chicken. It was so good, my family and I went back again the next day for lunch. Previous poster should have and could have tried a host of other dishes they had to offer. By the way, it is not Indonesian but Malaysian food, though quite similar. The menu is quite expansive but not expensive. Lots to choose from. Try the Char Kueh Teow, Oyster Omelette, Hokkien Mee and Nyonya Curry. It was busy when we got there for dinner but the service was quite exceptable.

  • Nyonya

    Posted by Foodie on 07/10/2007


    Dined here for the first time and must say this place is my favorite Malaysian restaurant. Though the ambience and service is nothing to rave about, the food is delicious. We had Roti Canai, Beef Redang and Crab in aromatic spices...every dish was outstanding - cooked to perfection with the right balance of spices and flavor. The portions are ample for 2 people and the prices affordable. Even the coconut ice cream was good.

  • Nyonya

    Posted by Anonymous on 06/27/2007


    Went after reading reviews, but found food very dissapointing. Unless you are into exotic foods like fish head or beef intestines -- stay away. Mango hrimp was not deveined and greasy. Generally, I found flavors to be boring. I am very much into Asian food, but this will be my last experience with Indonesian, I'll stick with Thai and Vietnamese.

  • Nyonya

    Posted by durianhead on 05/12/2007

    Prosperity salad, where have you gone?

    Whenever we miss and crave authentic Malaysian cuisine, we head straight for this place. True, we usually stick to the same 5 or 6 favorite dishes, but everything we've seen looks great! I only have two complaints. First, I wish they would add durian shake to their menu (come on, durian is a Malaysian staple!). And second, why oh why oh WHY can't they keep the Chinese New Year menu around for longer? If I had my wish, the Prosperity Salad (AKA Yu Sang) would be available all year 'round (like it used to be at another Malaysian restaurant in Brooklyn). Pretty please?

  • Nyonya

    Posted by Upper Eazy Foodie on 04/15/2007

    Really Good

    I very much enjoy this place. It's true that I haven't wandered to the adventerous side of the menu yet but I heart the noodle dishes and watermelon juice. True, the digs aren't that impressive but the prices and the food speak for themselves and I am certainly looking forward to trying more.

  • Nyonya

    Posted by KO on 02/24/2007

    Pretty good

    Food was pretty good. I was comparing them to what I had in Singapore and they were close enough. I really liked the Fish Head Curry and the noodle dish we had. Wasn't crazy about the House Special Pork dish. I would go back to try other stuff including crabs to see if they are anything like chili crab or pepper crab I had in Singapore

  • Nyonya

    Posted by Anonymous on 02/21/2007

    Good Food All the Time

    I have been coming here for over 6 years and I still love the food. I have had authentic Malay food and besides the fact tht they somewhat modify the spice to suit more American tastebuds, it's pretty authentic. My favorite dishes are the beef rendang (dry curry beef), the roti canai (of course) and the mee goreng (yummy noodles). I would suggest going just outside of "prime" lunch and dinner hours for slightly more attention from the waitstaff (and they don't rush you out as quickly). I've had "almost" everything on the menu and the only things I would stay away from are the generic "Asian" dishes like beef with brocolli and the like. Prices have gone up slightly over the years, but it's still worth the money. Probably closer to 15-20 for a but gusting meal rather than 10 of a few years back.

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