Restaurant Nonya Cuisine Indonésienne

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Cuisine type

  • Indonesian,
  • Vegan,
  • Javanese Cuisine,
  • Balinese Cuisine,

Dishes

  • Seafood,
  • Vegetarian Cuisine,
  • Lamb,
  • Calamari,
  • Duck Confit,
  • Beef Rendang,
    • Chicken Satay Ayam,
    • Gado Gado,
    • Tapas,
    • Mie Goreng,
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Features

  • Online Menu,
  • Tasting Menu,
  • Group Reservation,
  • Alcohol Served,
  • Reservation,
  • Table D’hôte,
    • Restaurant With Terrace,
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Atmosphere

  • Casual,
  • Family,
  • Romantic,
  • Intimate,
  • Business,

Food

  • Laksa,
  • Rijsttafel,
  • Satay,

Products and Services

  • Good For Groups,

Specialties

  • Mie Goreng,
  • Sambal,
  • Laksa,
  • Vegan,
  • Beef With Coconut Rendang,
  • Nasi Goreng,
    • Indonesien,
    • Rijsttalfel Tasting Menu,
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Languages Spoken

  • English,
  • French,
Location
151, rue Bernard O, Montréal, QC H2T 2K3
Useful Information

Opening Hours *Holiday hours

Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Monday Group Only
Monday Group Only
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Rates:

  • $11 To $25,

Methods of Payment:

Meet the owner

Take a trip to Indonesia, without ever leaving the Mile End. Specializing in Javanese cuisine as well as dishes from Bali and Sumatra, Ivan Wiharto has been offering up characteristically diverse Indonesian food since 2002 at his restaurant called Nonya.

“I grew up in a restaurant family,” he explains. “My mum had restaurants when I was a child and I always helped out after school. The name Nonya came from one of her restaurants in Jakarta. As she’s closed all her restaurants now, I like that the name lives on.”

Ivan went to school for restaurant and hotel management in Switzerland for five years. After visiting Montreal in 1998, he fell in love with the city and was determined to come back. He first opened the restaurant with his two sisters.

“The opening went better than expected,” he says. “We got good write-ups in the newspapers. I wasn’t sure how people would react, but we got a good reception.”

Nonya was only the second Indonesian restaurant to open in Montreal, and the first had closed many years prior. They were the only Indonesian restaurant in Montreal for nine years.

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    La nourriture bien sûr, l'ambiance et le service très attentionné

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