At Sri Batik Nyonya Café, you’ll be greeted with an elaborate interior befitting the theme of the restaurant. Proprietor Kenneth Yip said that as a Penangite, his aspiration is to revive the art of Sri Batik Nyonya cooking whilst delivering traditional authentic Sri Batik Nyonya cooking to the younger generation.
Rejection is an everyday part of life; from getting turned away at interviews, failed university applications, fully booked cinemas to fishing lines that never bite. Visit now and you can get a claypot seafood fish head curry meal for four people at Sri Batik Nyonya Café in Georgetown, Penang
Seafaring tonguewaggers spellbound by spiced craniums and food pyramids balance it out like a planking pirate, served in portions suitable for four people or a single slow eater. A clay-crafted pot swaddling Nyonya curry, coconut milk, shrimp paste prawns, squids, fish maw and fresh scallop is served with white rice and optional cutlery. A plate of either kangkung or sweet potato leaves counteracts hearty main meals and potential artery clogging. An array of Peranakan antiques lined against the walls provides a visual buffet for the eyes amidst the sea of red chairs, batik prints, and lanterns. Hunger management candidates may add an extra plate of rice for RM1.20 per plate.
Sri Batik Nyonya Café
No. 102-E-2, New World Park, 102, Jalan Burmah, 10050 Georgetown, Penang. For detail please visit the website at http://www.sribatik.e2pages.com