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Monday Malay Mess

  • Oct 14, 2013 · 6:45 PM

I love Malaysian food. Let's Meetup for one every first Monday of the Month :-)

This Month's Monday Malay Mess will be held at:

Nyonya

199 Grand St, New York, NY 10013
(between Mulberry St & Mott St)
6:45pm

Nearest Transit:
Canal Street (J, N, Q, R, 6)
Grand St (B, D)

• Serious RSVP only. Do not RSVP if you're not certain.

• "NO-SHOW" or Last day RSVP change Will NOT be tolerated.

• There will be a $2.00 meetup fee and will be added to your bill.

• We are going to eat Family Style, each person orders one dish to share. We will split the final bill of food. Every individual is responsible to pay their own drinks.

• Cash Only. Very Important!!! Makes everyone's life easier...

• Do not RSVP if you do not agree to all points above.

From Nyonya website:

Our story...The inter marriages between the Straits Chinese and Malays offers a delicate culture of the Nyonyas (the ladies) and the Babas (the gentlemen). This was then translated to traditional fashion, handcrafts, and, of course, its special cuisine. Nyonya cooking is a specialty derived from the recipes of one's Grandmother, and sometimes, the influence of one's Grandfather. Recipes were passed from one generation to the other with very little variance.

We, at NYONYA, are fortunate to have inherited such guarded recipes. It is then, our utmost belief to present the MOST AUTHENTIC NYONYA CUISINE to the affluent palate of our American and Asian friends. Here, we strive to introduce and influence our friends, with the many dishes that is achieved through the delicate, and, somewhat perfect blend of spices and herbs.

Imported spices complemented by the subtle fragrance of the Ginger flower, Kaffir leaves and Galanga are crucial in the making of authentic Nyonya cuisine. Sauces made from coconut milk, tamarind seeds and curry pastes (freshly pounded with shallots, garlic, lemon grass, ginger and selected curry mix) is a testament of an excellent cooked meal of a Nyonya. We hope to share these special experiences with YOU...
SELAMAT MAKAN!

 

 

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  • Lisa

    Nice organization on Eric's part, making sure there was a variety of dishes chosen by everyone.

    October 14, 2013

  • Chris B.

    Didn't realize i was taken off the waitlist til now

    October 14, 2013

  • stu f.

    Hi. I may be about 15-20 minutes late tonite.

    October 14, 2013

  • Liz

    Man! I really wanted to do this but something seriously lame and inconvenient has come up. Hope someone can take my place! And I hope I get 2 try this meet up in the future.

    1 · October 6, 2013

  • Billie

    New to this group. I want to go but a lil nervous

    October 5, 2013

    • Lisa

      Nervous about what? The food? The people? No need. It's a very welcoming group, and whatever food on the table you don't like, someone else can eat, and vice versa. :)

      3 · October 5, 2013

  • Annette

    Eric, you're back!

    2 · October 4, 2013

  • Leah

    I've been to this place with a friend, great food. I hope you all enjoy!

    1 · October 3, 2013

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