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Kuih Nyonya Moh Teng Pheow, George Town

Categories: Food & Drink
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3.8/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web
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  • The cafe was closed when we visited so only takeaway kuih was available. The hotel we stayed in served their kuih as part of the breakfast spread so we could taste each variety and choose to buy those...  read more »
  • There are a variety of nice Nyonya kuih, asam laksa and nasi ulam. It's a little expensive for the locals as the portion is small. Order the fried popiah, it taste good dipping in the asam laksa. The ...  read more »
  • I have been eating their nyonya kuih for decades - long before this place was opened recently. Hence, I can vouch for a fact that the taste has remained consistent through the passage of time. Congrat...  read more »
  • Great Laksa, superb Nonya sweets. Kind service and an impressively clean toilet! You won't be disappointed!
  • Wow...I love the Nonya kueh!!! Second to none. Nice to enjoy other stuffs like their laksa, nasi lemak, etc. Nice eating in a hundred over years old house. Very original. Their front liners are mostly English speaking.
  • Try the ice pandan drink. Really refreshingly cool. Good choice of Nyonya kuihs but they don't have it. Must try the pai-tee. This place is well hidden and I have brought quite a few visitors here.
  • Not special, compared to other shops, like in Singapore. Very small yonia kuih for 0.50, so all together expensive .
  • Although hidden in a space of its own and masked by the shop lots by the roadside, this place still manages to lure customers with its delicious and authentic kuih. Serving authentic Penang nyonya kuih with exclusive favourites such as Chai Tau Kuih, the Kuih are delicious and the variety is plenty. They also serve true authentic Penang Nasi Lemak, Assam Laksa and Nasi Ulam (note that 'authentic' is often used here). I tried the Nasi Lemak and Laksa and was more than pleased. Prices are slightly on the high side, the kuihs can range from RM0.50 to RM3.00 per piece. The specialties are about RM7 per bowl/plate. The place can get hot in the afternoon and kuih is sold out quickly so try to pick your times wisely. Otherwise, this place would be my pick solely to satisfy my craving for nyonya kuih !
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