Many people had tried this stall, and many had commented it’s good. The only thing that put a stop for visiting is the waiting time. Unless, you are willing to be there early like 7am, which I did.
Can’t remember when I dropped my parents at the airport at the early morning, I was telling hubby that since everyone said this is the best Hokkien Mee in town and it takes long waiting time, why don’t we give it a try.
Thus, we both were taking our own sweet time drive all the way to town for breakfast. We didn’t order any other thing but this bowl of Hokkien Mee. We were there pretty early, about 7am… though people said the stall only open at 7.30am, but I could see the owner is actually preparing for about 10 to 20 packs take away.
Am sure they set up the stall pretty early that morning.
Since we’re there early and there are many empty tables around, and we didn’t dare to take our own sweet time to find our table and order drinks. We just walked straight to the stalls and get our orders.
Waited for about 20 minutes, and here comes our noodle.
The serving was generous, especially the shrimps that given. And this bowl of noodle making you feel so good especially on a cold morning. It’s like warmth that heat up your belly.
Hubby said, this stall was originally from Rangoon Road where Super Burmah Road used to be. Now they are here in One Corner Café (和喜茶室), which is located at Bawasah Road, right behind Penang Plaza. This corner shop used to be fish aquarium, where people buy fishes, and so on.
If you’re fond of Hokkien Mee, just got to be early for this stall, am sure you won’t regret about getting early for that.
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