[56% Off] Nyonya Claypot Seafood Fish Head Curry + Fried Vegetable + Rice for 4 people at Sri Batik Nyonya Café. RM35 instead of RM79.90 (only RM8.75 per person)
- Recognised as Best Food Outlet 2011 by Taiwanese celebrity chef Chen Hong.
- Authentic Nyonya curry with fish head, prawns, squids, fish maw and fresh scallop.
- Includes vegetables: Kangkung or sweet potato leaves.
- Includes 4 servings of white rice.
- May be shared by more than 4 people.
- Classy dining environment.
- Redemption period: Feb 22, 2012 – Mar 22, 2012.
- Bookings must be made between Feb 13, 2012 – March 20, 2012.
- Min. 2 days prior booking required. Bookings subject to availability.
- Valid: Noon (12pm) – 3pm / 6pm – 10.30pm daily (not including public holidays).
- May buy and use many.
- Dine-in only.
- No service charges or Government tax.
- 1 voucher per table.
- Non-Halal restaurant.
- Valid at Sri Batik Nyonya Café (04-228 8919).
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. Today’s Groupon hooks you up: for RM35, you get a claypot seafood fish head curry meal for four people at Sri Batik Nyonya Café in Georgetown, Penang (RM79.90 value). Meal includes:
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.
Facebook: Nyonya Sri Batik
Phone: 04-228 8919
Beyond this door is a densely decorated restaurant of authentic Nyonya style, probably because the owner himself is a private collector of antiques as well, so it really feels as though you have travelled through time and space into the Baba Nyonya cultural heritage. - May 5, 2011.