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5323 54th St. (Eighth Ave.) Send to Phone
Exotic Malaysian flavors spice up Brooklyn’s Sunset Park neighborhood.

Lunch & Dinner daily
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Nyonya Restaurant Review

: Situated in the up-and-coming Chinatown of Brooklyn's Sunset Park neighborhood, Nyonya serves the subtly spicy cuisine of Malaysia with real flair. We recommend the achat (pickled vegetables with a peanut sauce), the roti telur (a thick pancake shell filled with egg, onions and served with a curried chicken dipping sauce), or the sarang burong (a mélange of sautéed shrimp, chicken, and snow peas inside a fried-taro bowl). If you have difficulty choosing from the menu, the staff is eager to help. With its warm, stylish bamboo and brick interior, Nyonya is also a step up from the ascetic coffee-shop look of many Asian eateries.
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