Been to this restaurant many times with family member. I don't really enjoy the foods there. Price consider slightly expensive.
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My friends and I shared several dishes with individual bowls of rice. The ayam pongteh (chicken fermented bean sauce) was a little disappointing, traditionally Peranakans eat babi pongteh (pork) but it seemed this restaurant has decided not to serve pork. The gravy wasn't really the...More
We ordered beef rendang, cincalok egg, tong pek chicken and a vege fried wtih sambal. Can't remember the name of the vege butmost importantly, the food is nice. End off with the chendol which is delicious. We came for dinner on a Mondah and it...More
Came at 12pm on a Saturday and the restaurant was filled but thankfully there was an empty table for us. Ordered and the food came in 10-15 mins with a bowl of crackers as "appetizer". The prawn omelette (medium size) was good though a tad...More
We didn't get to try this on our previous trip hence we decide to try on this trip. We reached about 5.30pm & there were 1 or 2 families infront of us. They opened punctually & we were also seated & served quickly. The food...More
There were many people queuing outside when we reached there, coaches loaded with tourists kept coming too. The kitchen is very fast, we waited 20 -30 mins. The food are very original nyonya, not very spicy but full flavored.
I have to say, I did not really like Malaysian food in general, but Nyonya food it's nice, and at Makko's it's really, really nice. The place it's popular with the locals, so make sure to book in advance or to drop by to put...More
is not easy to find the restaurant as it is old and not much of signage but the food is pure Nyonya .. old fashioned and good price too
Don't be misled by the large groups of people hanging around outside of the restaurant, once you reach, send one person into the restaurant to join the waiting list! Then you can spend some time hanging around outside or walking around the vicinity. We reached...More