The place has a very homey feel catering to an older crowd. And that's reflected even in the live music with music from the 50s & 60s. Live music in a nyonya restaurant with the singer belting evergreens from Cliff Richards & Elvis - not bad. So I guess part of the reason why the place is packed is that people come here for the music as well.
Actually I find this restaurant can almost compete with restaurant at Malacca such as Nyonya Makko but I believe there are plenty of room for improvement. I will try Restoran Nyonya next time when my "Nyonya" mood returns. Parking is ample here and their wi-fi too.