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AWee Nonya Kitchen

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AWee Nonya Kitchen offers popular local fare with homemade taste here in Bukit Timah Hawker Center.
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Chicken and fish

The fish is simply awesome!! Chicken taste is so different from usual. Indeed a traditional Nonya recipe.

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• 08 Mar 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

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The fish is simply awesome!! Chicken taste is so different from usual. Indeed a traditional Nonya recipe.
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• 07 Mar 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Yummy Chicken Wings and ikan kuning

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Found my long lost Nonya Fried chicken wing here. Well marinated with the traditional peranakan 5 spices..
The ikan kuning is to die for too... Normally I hate eating this fish coz of the bone...but the way the fish was fried here was so good till you could eat the bones and the head as well!. Tasty and fuss-free.
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