While I was drafting the Tua Pui Curry Mee post in Mandarin, I got stuck … just do not know how to continue it. Ended up I will have to write in English instead of Mandarin. In fact, there are many posts in this blog have written in Mandarin, some how some where, I got stuck… the brain is just not functioning well enough to tweet some Mandarin characters. I guess that’s shame on me whom educated in Chinese media. No matter how hard I tried… it’s some how stopped some where; not to mention my English isn’t that great either. Sad sad sad sad… that could imagine, education system is very important during our childhood days.
Heard about this curry mee stall for a long long time, it has featured in many books, magazines and even blogs. The stall has been into business for 3 generations, and it’s now managed by the grand-daughter. The owner believes in making the soup with traditional recipes that their grandfather has passed it on to them. If it’s not because of their house has scheduled to dismantle, I truly believe they will be there for long as long as they could.
Their soup base is definitely different from others, it has an unique taste. It was our first time trying this out, we were honestly fascinating to see they garnished the noodle with mint leafs. They have other side dishes like chicken feet, curry chicken, and many other more. It’s similar to the one in Raja Uda Curry Mee, but compared to it, I guess the one over in Mainland has more variety choices.
Curry Mee will not be perfect without the bloody stuff like cockles, blood, long beans and so on. Not to forget their home made chili, and the special soup base. Why would I elaborate more of it… we should be drooling over with these photos right?
Address & Contact Number
No. 23, Lebuh Kimerley
Tel: +6016-400 7748
Business Hour: 9.00am to 5.30pm (off Wed)