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Thank you so much for the rating. Liked what you read? Like or share it to your friends!This 50-year old restaurant may be known for its Ipoh Sar Hor Fun but their curry mee is not to be looked down. The mee along with tasty ingredients is drenched in a savoury and not-so-spicy curry broth. Toss in a dollop of sambal to jazz up your delicious dish!More info
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Thank you so much for the rating. Liked what you read? Like or share it to your friends!Tucked within the bustling hawker street of Madras Lane, there’s a stall known for its flavourful curry mee (or curry laksa as stated in the menu board). Here you can get a hot bowl filled with assorted ingredients like cockles, long beans, tau fu pok, and brinjals, all drenched in a thick curry broth. The noodles complement well with a spoonful of aromatic sambal paste!More info
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Nestled along the tourist-friendly spot of Jalan Alor, Alor Corner's is popular for its signature curry mee, which comes with a savoury burst of santan flavour! Despite the threatening fiery orangey curry broth in the bowl, the spiciness of the mee is actually quite tolerable. Laden with prawns, tau fu pok, chicken strips, fish cake and good old-fashioned cockles, and an optional dash of sambal paste, this mouthwatering dish will definitely wow you over!More info
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