Little Nyonya, situated conveniently in Warrigal Square near Chakee and SushiTrain, is part of the Little Singapore and Little Hong Kong chain, which I have found to consistently have quite a high standard of quality and quantity when it comes to food.
The theme was in line with the rest of the chain, being mainly red and black in theme, and most of the menu items could be found in their other branches.
Menus were provided, and water was self serve (noticeably in Little Singapore cups)
My companions and I shared quite a number of mains for dinner. The first up was the stir fried egg sauce ho fan. The portion sizes were large and the sauce was nourishing and homey. It contained a large variety of toppings such as fish, chicken, veges, prawns and bbq pork. I found the chicken to be particularly delicious and tasty for its texture and tenderness.
Another main we shared was the Hainan Chicken. I was a bit surprised at a number of things in this dish, the chicken was uncharacteristically small in portion, being around half the size of the portion of rice, and there was a noticeable lack of soup. There was also two salads on the side, one a refreshing coleslaw and the other some preserved sprouts, which added some lightness to the dish, however I would have liked more chicken and some soup better.
In line with Burger Connoisseur's recommendations, one cannot go to a Malaysian restaurant without trying out its Char Kway Teow. To this, I found the portion to be quite average, but the ingredients made it quite tasty. Toppings included prawns, fish balls, fish cake, preserved sausage, sprouts and green onions. The noodles were fresh and cooked to my liking, and had a freshly fried taste to it, making the dish quite irresistible.
My pick of the night though, was the roast pork and roast duck noodles soup. The portions were very generous and the noodles were cooked just right, to be not too hard but not soft. The pork was had very crispy skin, and thankfully wasn't overly fatty, and the duck had completely soaked up the marinade, which made it delightful to eat, which made it quite an enjoyable meal.