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Penang Curry Mee 檳城咖喱面

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Maga Restaurant curry meeThe curry mee at Maga Restaurant (28 April, 2013)

Penang Curry Mee (檳城咖喱面) is a Penang hawker noodle dish. It is made up of egg noodles (mee) and rice noodles (bihun) in a coconut-milk based curry soup and served with bean sprouts, bean puffs (taupok), prawns, cockles, cubes of coagulated pig's blood, cuttlefish, mint leaves, a helping of chilli paste, and some times eggs and chicken meat.

The Penang Curry Mee closely resembles what is known in other states as Laksa, with noted differences.

Curry Mee at Sin Yin Nam Cafe, New LaneCurry Mee at Sin Yin Nam Cafe, New Lane (8 April, 2016)

Pulau Tikus Market Curry MeePulau Tikus Market Curry Mee (25 April, 2014)

Curry Mee at Lorong Seratus TahunCurry Mee at Lorong Seratus Tahun (23 April, 2016)

Map of Curry Mee Stalls in Penang

Curry Mee is one of the more popular hawker food in Penang, so you can easily find it sold in most coffee shops. To help you locate the stalls, I create the food map below pinpointing all the stalls I've come across. They correspond to coffee shops listed.

Where to find Curry Mee

Curry Mee is available at the following coffee shops in Penang:
  1. Hock Yan
  2. Kedai Kopi Bobo
  3. Pulau Tikus Market Hawker Centre
  4. Kim Lye Cafe
  5. Jelutong 7-Eleven Coffee Shop
  6. Sri Aman Food Court
  7. Cecil Street Market Hawker Centre
  8. Kedai Kopi New Cathay
  9. Cheapside Hawker Centre
  10. Padang Brown Johore Road Hawker Centre
  11. Maga Restaurant
  12. Kedai Kopi Bukit Mertajam
  13. Batu Lanchang Hawker Centre
  14. Restoran Hot Bowl Nyonya Delights, Aboo Sittee Lane (breakfast, lunch)
  15. Kedai Kopi Low Eng Hoo, Lorong Selamat (lunch)
  16. Taman Kheng Tian Night Market, Jelutong (Friday evening)
  17. Selera Sim, Jalan Tengah
  18. Medan Selera Taman Free School
  19. Kedai Kopi Pulau Pinang, Terengganu Road
  20. 77 Bali Bali Cafe, Sungai Dua
  21. Hans Food Centre, Batu Lanchang
  22. Restoran Jin Kuang, Farlim
  23. Restoran New Dragon Phoenix, Farlim
  24. August Cafe, Farlim
  25. Lebuhraya Jelutong Hawker Centre
  26. Teluk Bayan Hawker Centre
  27. Astaka Batu Maung
  28. Lorong Seratus Tahun, (breakfast), corner coffee shop
  29. Kafe Bamboo, junction of Jalan Jelutong with Jalan Penaga
  30. New World Park, the stall nearer to Hutton Lane side
  31. Pepper Estate, corner house in front of playground (breakfast tille 11 am)
  32. Top Taste Restaurant, Kampung Jawa, Bayan Baru (lunch)
  33. Chang Yen Vegetarian Food, Burmah Road, Pulau Tikus (lunch)
  34. Hup Guan, Burmah Road, Pulau Tikus
  35. Kedai Kopi Kwai Lock, Burmah Road, Pulau Tikus (breakfast, lunch)
  36. Northam Beach Cafe, Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah (dinner)
  37. Restoran Hup Kee, Burmah Road, Pulau Tikus (breakfast, lunch)
  38. Sin Hup Aun Cafe, Jalan Pasar, Pulau Tikus (breakfast, lunch)
  39. Bayan Baru Hawker Centre

Ingredients of Curry Mee:

  1. egg noodles (mee)
  2. rice noodles (bihun)
  3. prawns
  4. bean sprouts
  5. bean puffs (taupok)
  6. coagulated pig's blood in cubes
  7. cockles
  8. cuttlefish
  9. eggs
  10. chicken
  11. chilli paste to taste
  12. cockles
  13. mint leaves
  14. chilli paste as desired

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