Discover the Mouthwatering Mee Rebus at Nonya Delicatessen in Bukit Timah Plaza

Media Feature of Nonya Delicatessen Original Article: The Straits Times Life! Eats A guide to Singapore’s best food places: Mee Rebus Article Rewritten by Conquest Creatives

Discover the Mouthwatering Mee Rebus at Nonya Delicatessen in Bukit Timah Plaza

A hidden gem serving a delectable Peranakan twist to the traditional Malay dish.

A hidden gem serving a delectable Peranakan twist to the traditional Malay dish

If you’re looking for a unique and mouthwatering Mee Rebus experience, look no further than Nonya Delicatessen! Nestled in Bukit Timah Plaza (#B1-K69, 1 Jalan Anak Bukit), this hidden gem has been satisfying the taste buds of locals for an impressive 23 years.

Nonya Delicatessen – A Unique Peranakan Take on Mee Rebus

Owned by the passionate Damian Lim, Nonya Delicatessen prides itself on offering a Peranakan take on the traditional Malay dish. Damian uses his mother’s secret recipe, which incorporates the tangy flavour of assam (tamarind) into the rich gravy, making it truly one of a kind.

Generous Portions and Delicious Sambal

Not only is the taste unique, but the portion size is also generous, featuring plenty of taupok bits to satisfy your hunger. To top it all off, each plate of Mee Rebus comes with a hard-boiled egg and a dollop of mouthwatering sambal that perfectly complements the dish.

A Well-Guarded Secret in Bukit Timah Plaza

Despite being located along a shopping mall’s corridor, Nonya Delicatessen remains a well-guarded secret among residents in the area. The next time you’re in the neighbourhood, don’t miss the chance to visit this humble eatery. They’re open from 10 am to 6 pm on weekdays and weekends, while stock lasts, making it the perfect spot for a leisurely lunch or a quick weekend bite. And at just $3.50 per plate (in 1986), it’s an affordable indulgence you won’t regret.

Visit Nonya Delicatessen Today

So why wait? Head down to Nonya Delicatessen today and treat your taste buds to an unforgettable Mee Rebus experience!

*This article was rewritten by Conquest Creatives to prevent any copyright infringement*

 

Original Article: The Straits Times Life! Eats
A guide to Singapore’s best food places: Mee Rebus

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