Peranakan cuisine adopted a combination of ingredients more commonly used in Chinese, Indian, and Malaysian traditional food, whilst prepared with native Chinese cooking techniques. This fusion of Malay and Chinese cuisine is also popularly known as Nyonya cuisine, which also bears influences from Indonesian cuisine. One unique characteristic of Peranakan cuisine is the distinctive rich texture of their sauces and gravy.
Kueh Pie Tee, Crispy Tart Shell filled with a spicy, sweet mixture of thinly sliced stir fry vegetables
Chicken Kerabu, Chicken Salad with Wood Ear Fungus
Grilled Sambal Seabass with Jasmine Rice and Green Mango Salad
BurBur Cha Cha, Yam and Sweet Potato in Coconut Milk