Tue-Fri 17:00 - 23:00
Sat-Sun 12:00 - 23:00
- Accepts Credit Cards:
- Takes Reservations:
- Take Away:
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- Outdoor Seating:
- Full Bar
- Has TV:
- Wheelchair Accessible:
- Dogs Allowed:
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2 reviews in English
Review from Qype User (OO58RO…)
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- Qype User OO58RO…
Malton, North Yorkshire
I visited this restaurant with my wife this evening as a social evening out. We found the service to be very good as was the general ambience of the place. The food was very flavoursome and well presented.
I found that the portions was way too small and was ready to eat a further main course after finishing my starter and first main course. I also found the bar price too be far too high £4.50/5.00 for a 330ml bottle of beer. £6.75 for a glass of wine.
This is not a place for a social evening with your partner more of a place to impress a would be lover that you can afford to eat and drink there. (Humour) but you get the point.
Review from Graham O.
About This BusinessProvided by business
Malaysian restaurant & cookery school is in historic York, and home to the UK's leading Malaysian chef, Norman Musa. We serve fresh, authentic & delicious Halal food with our twist of style & individuality. Oriental chic, York charm.
Established in 2012
Established in 2006 in Manchester, we opened our doors of our second restaurant in York in early 2012.
Our Cookery School was established in 2007, we have since taught hundreds of students through group cookery classes, corporate functions, teambuilding events and private cookery classes.
In 2010 we published our cookbook - Malaysian Food. Written by Ning's Executive Chef Norman Musa, this cookbook is stylish, glossy and professionally-produced, showcasing Malaysian food in a personal and easy-to-follow way.
Meet the Business Owner: Norman M.
Norman Musa is the multi-talented creator, co-owner and Executive Chef of Ning restaurant, Manchester.
He is also a TV personality, author, cookery school teacher and passionate ambassador of Malaysian cuisine.
Norman has a natural gift for his native Malaysian food, being self taught and mentored in his skills by his late mother who was well known for her cooking in his home town of Butterworth in Penang, Malaysia.
He is a former Manchester Chef of the Year finalist, Race Chef for the Lotus Racing Formula One™ team and a member of the Prestige Magazine Malaysia's Top 40 Under 40 List 2010.
Norman has featured on MasterChef and has hosted his own TV cooking series in 2011.
You can see Norman at work on the Ning YouTube site - ningrestaurant