Friday, July 25, 2014

Dry curry mee

I was at a lost on what to order for lunch so in the end I ordered dry curry mee (MYR5 or MYR5.5 - I can't really remember, sorry).

The noodle was firstly mixed with thick sweet soy sauce and then the curry sauce with tou pok (bean curd puffs) was poured on top of it. So it is like eating two sauces in one - just too flavourful for my palate. There were also a few strips of chicken breast meat and some beansprouts.

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  1. Wow! You are on curries lately? Yesterday posted Thai curries, now this! Hahaha.

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    1. Hahaha, I think I can eat curry everyday for a whole month! :)

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  2. I miss this! I grew up eating this in my village. Send some over please! =p

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  3. Aiya you tell price but no tell place, same lah...

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    1. Eh? Why is it the same? Almost everywhere you can find this type of noodle around this price. :)

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  4. Looks great, here also very 'heng' this kinda noodles.

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    1. I think paparich has this noodle too but the portion is a bit bigger with higher price and more salty.

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  5. Got dry version. Sure would like to try that. So far, only had the soupy type - ok, not bad, not really into it.

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    1. You don't like curry with noodle?

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  6. Kam ngam.. Lastnite we went to that Hainan cafe.. Hubby also ordered dry curry mutton mee, something like that.. I had the nasi lemak.. The kids had wanton mee (they call it hainan mee)..

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    1. So how did you find the food and place? Ok?

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  7. I am a curry fan too and used to drink curries when I grew up in Thailand. I guess the chicken shreds and bean sprout made your meal more delicious! I frequent these cafés often esp the Hainan one.

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