Cincau (Grass Jelly Drink)
Just the way I like it! Warm and less sugar.
Pai Tee (filled with slices of braised radishes, chilli, spring onions, dried prawns)
A classic Nyonya delicacy to start our meal. The crunchy outer shell compliments the soft, moist and juicy radishes perfectly! The finely chopped spring onions and chilli added a light freshness to the pai tee and the sambal was a beautiful blend of spiciness and sourness.
Egg Tofu with Mixed Vegetables
A simple but satisfying and flavourful dish.
Ah! The smell and taste of belacan assures me that I am home. Spicy, crunch & salty.
Spicy Fried Bee Hoon (Vermicelli)
This dish is one of the main reasons why I keep coming back to Aunty Nat! The noodles were stir-fried with enough 'wok hei' which brings out the best flavours.
Also, give the Char Kway Teow a try! Probably my second favourite dish there...
Steamed Spicy and Sour Fish
No meal is complete without protein, so, the fish was a perfect addition to our lunch. The fish was wonderfully fresh, soft and moist! It was steamed just right, still retaining the slight sweetness of the fish. The spicy and sour sauce was loaded with ginger, garlic and chilli which warmed and satisfied my tummy.
Other dishes which I would recommend are the deep-fried spring rolls, petai fried rice and bitter gourd omelette. And if I'm not mistaken, there is another branch of Aunty Nat in MidValley!
7 Jalan Sri Hartamas 7,
Taman Sri Hartamas,
(03) 6201 1833