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Refreshing,a heat killer. Smell like roses!

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Hot and spicy, maybe sweaty too

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"Laksa, is this Penang version or KL?"

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"Popiah, mmmmpopmmpop..."

Malaysia > Penang

Hokkien mee

@1 corner cafe
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Hokkien mee is a prawn soup based noodles. The egg noodle and rice vermicelli are in the soup for normal version. Some people ask instant noodle instead. The ingredients are a few slices of an egg,beansprouts, "kangkong" vegetables(water spinach) and a few slices of pork meat. Again with the chilli paste to stir up and oil up the prawn soup stock, yummy. I heard that there is a lot of sugar in it, so watch out for your sugar dose.

This place that I went to is a known famous hokkien mee location. The queue is long. I have to wait like ONLY 45 minutes to get a bowl of it. Luckily I am big eater that I am smart enough to order other hawker foods during waiting period. This is definitely one of the favourite of many penangites. And again, in Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, it can be different version, the dry fried version. Believe me, it tastes totally different with all the soy sauce.

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