Read what people think about O'nya Sayang - Paya Lebar! All reviews are written by verified Quandoo diners.
great food and service, went back a few more times
Food is authentic, but can feel the evolution which is less spicy now. Anyway, it is much above average, restaurant has just nice simple setup, will come back again.
Nice Peranakan Food with pleasant ambience and attentive servers. The signature dishes are very tasty. Worth a visit and the set meals are value for money.
2nd time coming back and the food is still as great!!
food is still of good quality and staff are very attentive, i brought my friends along this time
Overall experience and the food was ok! Abit on the sweet side for some dishes. The Sambal fish was alittle too oily. Service staff were attentive.
We were served fish slices for the assam pedas fish we ordered although the menu shows an entire big fish slice. The fish is slightly fishy.
the chap chai (vegetable cooked in clear gravy) was rather saltish. Please improve on the sambal blancha as well. Still saltish, although this is to dip with food. On a separate note, how are my accumulated be used?
the food is still at its standard. The brinja with spicy haebe on top is a bit not so good, compared to my previous lunch before Chinese new year. This time round, the haebe is a bit too dry, as though like overdone, and not spicy at all.
Atmosphere was typical of casual dining. The coconut drinks were refreshing and succulent. The food was average: Ordered babi pongteh, ayam buah keluak, and sambal petai; the dishes were on the sweet side, would have tasted better by enhancing the spicy flavor. For dessert, the chendol jelly wasn't thoroughly defrosted, luckily rescued by the flavorful coconut milk and gula melaka.