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Auntie Gaik Lean's


The price of food here is about 3 times what you'd expect to pay, but it's in a nice setting in an impressive building, friendly staff and A/C. It's a popular spot and the restaurant was full of Chinese customers when I was there.

They serve a large selection of traditional Malaysian and Nyonya dishes, so if you want somewhere a bit fancier then this could be a great spot for you. I had the Nasi Ulam (mixed herb rice) which was fresh and delicious, the Chicken Rendang which was nice but nothing special and the Nutmeg punch which was really lovely and seems to be a favourite with customers.

Overall rating... 7.5/10