restaurants / Malaysian

Nyonya information

New York City , USA
199 Grand St at Mulberry St
+1 212 334 3669
Getting there
Underground Rail: B, D to Grand St, 6 to Spring St
Opening hours
lunch, dinner
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One of very few Malaysian joints in the city, Nyonya is one of the best. The warm, honey-hued wood and exposed-brick interior is soothing – as are the various noodle soups, casseroles and roti canai (crispy pancakes). The mango shrimp, baby-oyster omelet and steamed fish in the house-special Nyonya sauce are all solid options; vegetarians, though, should go warned: there’s not much on the menu for you (many ‘veggie’ options are made with fish), and the menu is studded with frogs’ legs and fish heads.