Yesterday, we were so determined to try its chendol (Yes, I still miss my bowl of durian chendol from Malacca, drizzled wiv lotsa Gula Melaka..yumzzz!). Be prepared to fight for seats if you want to try their nyonya specialities :)
This place is great for you to enjoy a tea break. They offer an extensive range of colourful nyonya kuihs for you to choose from. A small slice of kuih costs about 80 cents to RM1, pricier than the one sold in pasar malam but I can assure you that the kuihs tasted really GOOD!
I had my favourite pulut panggang (90 cents), kuih talam keladi (90 cents)--this is really good stuff! and sweet potato kuih (80 cents).
Two bowls of chendol (RM3.30). Not really good. It was just a bowl of shaved ice with lil' gula melaka and coconut milk :(
Char Siew Bao tried their yellow curry nudles (RM7.90). A generous serving of bihun and a chicken drumstick swimming in a sea of yellow curry sauce. We agreed that this is a must try at Nyonya Colors, the curry was very flavourful and aromatic!
Would luv to try other kuihs and their nasi kunyit on my next visit ^_^