7 Places To Get Really Good Nyonya Kuih In KL & PJ

Local desserts FTW!

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1. Nyonya Colours

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Known for their authentic Nyonya food, here in Nyonya Colours you'll be rambang mata choosing your favourite Nyonya kuih. Be sure to try their Pulut Tai Tai, Kuih Angku, Kuih Seri Muka Keladi and more - they are too good!

Outlets: 1 Utama | The Curve | NU Sentral | Mid Valley Megamall | Times Square | KLCC | Empire Shopping Gallery

Nyonya Colours is pork-free.

2. Tasty Kuih Nyonya @ Klang

This legendary kuih shop in Klang has been around since 1979. You wouldn't wanna miss their authentic selection, all made from scratch. If you only try one thing here, make sure it's their crowd-favourite Kuih Angku.

Address: Tasty Kuih Nyonya, No. 80, Jln Rengas, Southern Park, Klang, Selangor

Opening hours:
1pm - 6pm (Mondays - Saturdays)
Closed on Sundays

Contact: +6013 989 9268

Tasty Kuih Nyonya is pork-free.

More info on: Facebook

3. KUEH Cafe @ Shah Alam

If you're looking for some good local desserts in Shah Alam for breakfast, head over to KUEH Cafe to try out their awesome range. You can also try some cool Malay kuih here like Kuih Akok, Kuih Cara Berlauk and more!

Address: KUEH Cafe, Jalan Renang 13/26, Tadisma Business Park, Shah Alam, Selangor

Opening hours: 10am - 10pm (daily)

Contact: +6012 640 0652

Kueh Cafe is halal.

More info on: Facebook | Instagram

4. D' Cengkih @ TTDI

Known for their mouth-watering Johorean dishes, this popular neighbourhood joint serves a huge range of kuih that is almost impossible to choose from. From Kuih Keria to Onde-Onde to Sago Merah, this place deserves a spot in your kuih-hunting list too!

Address: D' Cengkih, No. 6, Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur

Opening hours: 7am - 6.30pm (daily)

Contact: +6012 499 9908

D' Cengkih is halal.

More info on: Facebook | Instagram

5. Nyonya Tingkat

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Here's another awesome spot to enjoy good local desserts for breakfast. For a truly enjoyable meal, pick your favourite Nyonya kuih and pair it with a steaming cup of teh tarik!

Outlets:  IOI City Mall | NU Sentral | Aeon Shopping Centre, Seri Kembangan

Nyonya Tingkat is pork-free.

More info on: Facebook | Instagram

6. Petron @ TTDI

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Whether you're craving for sweet or savoury types of kuih, this hidden gem has got them all! Located at the Petron gas station in Taman Tun, this place is highly popular for their top-notch selection of kuih. They get sold out pretty quickly so get there early in the morning if you want to load up on Kuih Lapis, Bingka Ubi Kayu, Kuih Koci and more.

Note: These local desserts are only available in the morning.

Address: Petron, Jalan Burhanuddin Helmi 1, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur

7. Jenny Wong Soya Bean Food Truck @ TTDI

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Another place to get some authentic Nyonya dessert would be at Jenny Hong's food truck. Known best for their soya bean drinks, this place also offers really good Nyonya kuih to go along with them including Cendol Agar-Agar, Seri Muka, and more. Get your kuih cravings fix here!

Note: The food truck is usually parked at the following locations:
- Afternoons: behind Uptown 37, Damansara Utama
- Evenings: in front of Pasaraya Taman Tun, TTDI

Contact: +603 7729 2273

Jeny Wong Soya Bean Food Truck is pork-free.

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