We always walk past this place in OneU, Nyonya Colors, and its always crowded! Plus, the smell drifting from the stall smells so yummy too! In the picture above.. its actually 4pm on a Tuesday afternoon, and we STILL had difficulty finding place to seat.
Gluttons food rating : 6.5/10
Gluttons ambiance rating : 6/10
Gluttons service rating : 6/10
The place is not bad, considering that it is right smack in the middle of nowhere. (It’s located in the old wing btw). Its not a proper shop, and the tables are placed outside the retail shop selling clothes, so the passer-bys can always see what you’re eating. haha!
Service wise, it’s just not bad. I mean, its standard service without greeting, just taking orders etc. Its a self service place, you have to line up, place your orders and pay. And then the food will be delivered to you.
They serve typical Asian food, like Nasi Lemak (Karen was very tempted to take that), Dry Curry Mee, Thai Curry Laksa, you get the picture? All those were priced at RM7.90. There are other options as well like half boiled eggs, roti bakar, century egg porridge, and assortment of kuehs. We felt like the kuehs were not very worth it, because of the price for a small piece, like red bean kueh, a small piece for RM0.80, which is the cheapest thing there. Drinks wise, typical teh, milo, coffee and more.
The iced coffee that tasted like.. there wasn’t much coffee in it. (thumbs down for this).
Karen’s dry curry mee. It’s usually served with yellow noodles, but Karen made a request to change it to beehoon. It was good nevertheless. Enough coconut milk and served with tender chicken meat and tofu with mint leaves.
My Thai Curry Laksa (which was also labeled Yellow Curry Mee? – a bit of confusion there). It was quite spicy and tangy. Also not bad. Typing this is making me salivate :p heh, coz we loooove laksa, curry and tomyam.
It’s not a bad place, tho its quite pricey for normal hawker food. But its still quite a nice place if you’re craving for it while halfway shopping. 🙂