Time Out says
A family-run restaurant offering Nyonya-inspired Penang food for a steal, Mamalee is a go-to lunch option for office workers in the area. Inside, the space is unpretentious – a few tables and chairs laid out far enough from each other for a comfortable seating arrangement, with a Taoist altar at the front to complete the restaurant’s homely vibe.
If you crave nasi lemak, go for the one with fried chicken topped with salted egg sauce; if you want noodles instead, go for the mee Hailam – a bowl of yellow noodles filled to the brim with ingredients in thick flavourful broth. Add on a plate of authentic Penang jiu hu char – julienned yam beans, carrots, diced dried mushrooms, cabbage and shredded cuttlefish – and finish off bubur cha cha and red bean tong sui.