Restoran Nyonya Suan
Founded in 1998, Restoran Nyonya Suan serves Southern Nyonya cuisine, which has more influence from Malay and Indonesian style of cooking. You can taste significant flavor of coconut milk and chillies in the dishes.
The food menu is marked with level of spiciness, from 1 chili to 3 chilies. The service is reasonable brisk and there is a small section selling local produces and spices. They are very accommodating to prepare some vegetarian food as well.
The restaurant is located at the corner shop which is within a stone’s throw from Mahkota Parade and Dataran Pahlawan Megamall.
The chef uses fresh pineapple and prawn to cook this soupy dish. There is no sour but sweet pineapple taste in the soup. The balance between pineapple and coconut milk is nice.
Terung Goreng Cili (Fried Chilli Eggplant) matches well with white rice. The paste that covered the eggplant was fried chili paste, which is spicy and a little bit salty.
Ayam Rendang comes with a good smell of lemongrass. The spiciness of rendang paste did not overpower the rest of the spice and the chicken. However, chicken was overcooked.