Posts Tagged ‘mee goreng’

This was one of the eating places that recommended by EL. His first remark was, “Those Indian guys can speak fluent Hokkien.” I find it rather amusing and got no idea what I was getting into, but I could only pray for the best. Some of them asked if it was spicy, but so far in my life, I’ve never had a mamak/Indian’s mee goreng which is spicy or very spicy.

... spinning the wok like a top.

... spinning the wok like a top.


... Indian mee goreng. Very reddish.

... Indian mee goreng. Very reddish.

Rating: 6/10

The reddish appearance was quite surprising for all of us. I guess this only exclusively available in Penang. Taste wise, it was quite nice, a little bit sweetened. The chilli wasn’t spicy, but it tends to burn the mouth after consuming it. I guess it was like mee rebus, but the noodle was stir fried along with the gravy until the gravy was dried. In conclusion, something different than your usual stuff. Not sure if this is Halal or not, didn’t pay attention to any Halal certification on the stall or the shop.

Location: N5 25.882 E100 18.733

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I’ve been wanting to come back here for 2nd round since I had the mee rebus here last week. I finally get my chance today to finally have the plate of fried noodle all by myself.

... nyonya style fried noodle.

... nyonya style fried noodle.

Rating: 7/10

Albeit the unappetizing looks on the noodle, it actually tasted really good. The noodle has a bit of sweet taste in it, though it was less sourish as I expected, despite having the lime all squeezed in. I’d definitely come back for more, though I wished it would be a bit spicy for the least.

Location: N3 04.695 E101 35.272

Finally, I’ve have the chance to eat here. TSL recommended me the mee Jawa here the last time when I was having 1 in Well Cook Gourmet. She told me the mee Jawa by the nyonya stall was nice. Then AC told me about the fried noodle nyonya of the same place as well when he was having Restoran Sedap’s fried noodle some time back. Since today’s weather was good, I decided to go there for a trial.

... came here for the nyonya fried noodle.

... came here for the nyonya fried noodle.


... mee rebus, or mee Jawa.

... mee rebus, or mee Jawa.


... mee goreng, nyonya style.

... mee goreng, nyonya style.

Rating: 6.5/10

The mee rebus, as the lady boss of the stall calls it, was indeed nicer than Well Cook Gourmet’s mee Jawa. It as authentic as it should be, having sliced potatoes and crackers, unlike the one I had in Well Cook Gourmet, was garnished with dried squids and no potatoes. The fried noodle was similar to my hometown’s mamak’s fried noodle. Not bad at all, a bit wet and sourish taste. The noodles were only RM4 per plate, while I was paying through my nose for the 1 at Well Cook Gourmet, which was RM5.50 each. I’ll come again for the fried noodle next time.

Location: N3 04.695 E101 35.272