Nyonya Nyonya is a family run restaurant with decades of history and recipes that they have perfected through generations. Food is unpretentious — just good solid Peranakan classics steeped in history, as you’ll find in every cosy Peranakan home. The pricing reflects this and is kept reasonable, as it’s meant to be a place where families gather for a meal without having to break the bank. Our Peranakan food-loving Sassy Mama team member tried the cuisine and her favourites include the Ayam Buah Keluak ($16) and the Scallop Lemak ($28) — a dish based on the restaurateur’s childhood favourite dish of fish cake lemak cooked in rempah of turmeric, lemongrass, onions and topped with coconut milk and laksa leaf. Ngoh Hiang ($10) is another real hit: crispy on the outside and succulent inside. But the one dish that was stand out? Long Beans Sambal ($12): crunchy green long beans stirred in a rich sambal. For dessert, definitely go for the Durian Chendol ($6.50).