There's just a 15 minutes interval between my breakfast and my lunch. Right after having hokkien mee, lor bak and wantan mee at Kafe Kheng Pin we continue our food hunting. Yea, we really do have big appetite. Haha...

This is another place recommended by a friend of mine. A curry mee stall located outside Campbell Street Market. It's a unique place to have a bowl of curry mee.

This is the small lane where the curry mee is served. There are just a few small tables spread along the lane. Most people prefer to ta pau (take away) I guess, as this is what I observed while I was sitting there having my bowl of curry mee.
My bowl of curry mee without the pig's blood as per my request. The curry mee is quite 'lemak' and the chili is not too spicy. The prawns used are very fresh and it's cooked to the perfect timing.

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  1. Anthonycw // Dec 10, 2008, 11:38:00 AM  

    haha.. i manage to be the first to leave comment for this post?? haha

  2. Anthonycw // Dec 10, 2008, 12:03:00 PM  

    why hui ling go eat curry mee?
    i thought she just ate hokkien mee,
    followed by wantan mee,
    why still go eat curry mee?

    why hui ling go eat curry mee?
    it is quite lemak and not spicy,
    not as good as the hokkien mee,
    until stomach feel starchy!

    why hui ling go eat curry mee?
    the stall's lane is so small,
    everyone had to ta pao the curry mee,
    better eat at shopping mall!

    why hui ling go eat curry mee?
    Coz she want to give it a bite,
    although already ate the wantan mee,
    but she had a big appetite!

  3. Little Inbox // Dec 10, 2008, 2:42:00 PM  

    The curry mee looks yummy, and the soup is not too thick with coconut milk, just nice.

  4. J2Kfm // Dec 10, 2008, 3:28:00 PM  

    somehow Pg's curry mee not to my liking lah. unlike so many hawker fare in Pg.

  5. Penang Tua Pui // Dec 10, 2008, 6:32:00 PM  

    wa.... my favourite curry mee...

    dun wan to fren fren with u liao la....

    never ask me to go along... :(

  6. 550ml jar of faith // Dec 10, 2008, 9:08:00 PM  

    Wow gorgeous gorgeous looking curry mee! And eating on those rickety small tables adds to the flavour!

  7. Allie // Dec 10, 2008, 10:11:00 PM  

    Yea. You manage to be the first. :)
    Thanks for the poem.

    Little Inbox,
    I prefer more chilli. ;)

    Which state of curry mee you prefer?

  8. Allie // Dec 10, 2008, 10:15:00 PM  

    Penang Tua Pui,
    Haha, find one day we go food hunt together la.

    550ml jar of faith,
    It's indeed unique to eat at that small lane.

  9. allenooi // Dec 11, 2008, 3:14:00 AM  

    I just have curry mee last night at teluk bayan coffee shop. not bad.

    i want to try the one in air itam, sold by the old lady by the roadside. I heard it's nice but never try it.

    there is another one, in kampung jawa, not bad also.

  10. Duckie // Dec 11, 2008, 8:31:00 AM  

    hehe i like the poem!!! by the way, very good curry mee!!

  11. Anthonycw // Dec 11, 2008, 10:40:00 AM  

    Hi Duckie,
    You like the poem?
    Coz is Allie & Mickey,
    Who initiated the poem!

    She go eat the curry mee,
    After the hokkien mee,
    Plus the wantan mee,
    Then shared with me!

    Never i read her post,
    Failed to catchup each moment,
    Until she become active host,
    And i wrote my first comment!

    So Duckie,
    Glad you visit this blog,
    Thanks to Allie & Mickey,
    They work hard for the blog!

  12. CRIZ LAI // Dec 12, 2008, 12:38:00 AM  

    This curry mee also not bad but the Auntie would could add ons separately. The last time I had a bowl there cost me RM6! Next time I'll go to the market beside the stall buy big prawns and dried tofu. It won't cost that much too.. haha :P