Best Mee Rebus in KL

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Mee rebus which literally means boiled noodles in Malay, is a dish with a thick, sweet and spicy gravy that lathers yellow noodles as well as other condiments. This simple dish would surely bring you down memory lane as you savour the different flavors that are deliciously good. Hence, come join us on this quest as we discover some of the best Mee Rebus in KL to satisfy your local pangs!

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    The mee rebus to try out here would be the mee rebus sotong. Tender and spicy sotong are the main attraction of this dish with the usual hard-boiled egg (halved), tofu cubes, potato cubes, bean sprouts, fried shallots and sliced green chilli. The gravy is thick and flavorsome with a tinge of curry flavor that would leave you craving for a second bowl.
    Tips

    It might be a tad spicy for some.

    Things to expect

    Small portion for those mighty eaters.

    Best with

    Teh Tarik.

    Price

    RM4.00

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    Asyiq Dang Wangi View restaurant

    Jalan Kamunting, 50300, City Center, Kuala Lumpur
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    Rosli Mee RebusPork free d90bfb235d64e73ff14d8ad65b89aaab71a3af43962907cb9cd494af0a63fa21Alco free 9fb1f2c65edc2c1eaf4e8b24402d108dd33cc2bc71f0fb0022a54c3c390a66c8

    Their mee rebus daging is one of the mee rebus that you absolutely have to try. This is primarily due to its rich and aromatic broth which is made from beef stock and fat which are well infused with spices. This is of course teamed up with yellow noodles, a hard-boiled egg, crunchy bean sprouts, green chilli slices and aromatic fried shallots. The proprietors of this stall who hail from Singapore have definitely perfected this dish having had the experience of selling mouth watering mee rebus for more than 30 years.
    Tips

    Squeeze some lime juice to help cut through the rich and beefy flavour of the gravy.

    Things to expect

    Slightly strong flavor, beware to those who don’t really enjoy beef.

    Best with

    Tauhu Goreng.

    Price

    RM5.00

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    Rosli Mee Rebus View restaurant

    Semua House, Jalan Bunus 6, 50100, City Center, Kuala Lumpur
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    0192803171

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    09:30AM—04:30PM
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    Warong Sate dan Cafe Mak LongHalal a81b201f94b2180a29928950eefa06850871fc85c2ba8fcb39753bdbcdfb49cfCertified
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    At this warung that serves up delectable satays, do try out their mee rebus too. The reddish gravy is nice and thick with a tinge of tomatoes that strikes a good balance of spiciness and sweetness to leave you wanting for more. This gravy is of course paired up with a big portion of mee as well as a half a boiled egg, dried tauhu and topped off with fried shallots and chopped chillis.
    Tips

    Do try out their satay.

    Things to expect

    Crowded at night.

    Best with

    Limau Ais.

    Price

    RM4.50

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    Warong Sate dan Cafe Mak Long View restaurant

    Jalan Puchong (Batu 6) , Old Klang Road, 58200, Old Klang Road, Kuala Lumpur
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    0122434866

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    11:00AM—08:00PM
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    Mee Rebus Sin Seng NamNon halal 01f78899591256b47a2708a65f6538333b86089a30fbd22545a41deece4ea490

    Do try out their mee rebus rojak. The noodles has a very natural taste slathered in gravy that is relatively thick, with a slightly rough texture from the boiled potatoes and grounded peanuts. The gravy is also not too spicy and has a slightly sweet taste to it. Do add a dash of soy sauce for some extra oomph. Simple, yet so satisfyingly good!
    Tips

    Do try out their mee rebus sotong (with squid) too!

    Things to expect

    Crowded during lunch hour.

    Best with

    Coffee.

    Price

    RM4.50

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    Mee Rebus @ Sin Seng Nam View restaurant

    2, Medan Pasar, Lebuh Pasar Besar, 50050, City Center, Kuala Lumpur
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    08:00AM—02:00PM
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    WarisanHalal a81b201f94b2180a29928950eefa06850871fc85c2ba8fcb39753bdbcdfb49cfCertified
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    Putting aside their delicious nasi kukus, Warisan Café sports quite the dab hand in whipping up a scrumptious plate of mee rebus as well. Known better as Mee Kuah Ketam, the decadent noodle dish comprises of yellow noodles dipped in scalding water before tossing it onto the plate. Followed by a stream of savoury, thick broth of crab essence, the dish is further garnished with half a boiled egg, shredded chicken strips as well as fish cakes and sprouts. With an optional choice of drizzling lime juice, you can be sure to enjoy a good plate of mee rebus here in Warisan café.

    Tips

    Nasi Kukus has five different rice types to choose from.

    Things to expect

    An immersive dining experience with local delish.

    Best with

    Cham Ais.

    Price

    RM10.50

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    Warisan @ Nu Sentral View restaurant

    LG 17, Nu Sentral, Jalan Stesen Sentral 5, Brickfields, 50470, Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur
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    0322766039

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    10:00AM—10:00PM
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    While this cafe offers quite a number of dishes for their buffet spread, do check out their noodle station that is bound to mesmerise you with tantalising local cuisines. A must-try would be their Sungai Dua Utara Mee Rebus. The gravy here is what brings the whole dish together well. The gravy is thick and flavourful with shrimp paste as well as boiled sweet potatoes, giving it a distinct and unique taste. Definitely the place where you can satisfy your cravings with some northern flair to it.
    Tips

    Check out Groupon for great deals.

    Things to expect

    All day dining buffet.

    Best with

    -

    Price

    RM50.00

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    Checkers Café View restaurant

    172, Jalan Imbi, 55100, City Center, Kuala Lumpur
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    0327151000

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    10:00AM—01:00AM
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    Kak Zah Cendul, Rojak, Pasembur Taman SetiawangsaPork free d90bfb235d64e73ff14d8ad65b89aaab71a3af43962907cb9cd494af0a63fa21Alco free 9fb1f2c65edc2c1eaf4e8b24402d108dd33cc2bc71f0fb0022a54c3c390a66c8

    This mobile food truck serves up scrumptious northern Malay dishes such as cendol, pasembur, laksa as well as Mee Rebus. The Mee Rebus from the northern states are usually a tad sweeter than the rest primarily due to the sweet potatoes used. This thick luscious gravy coats the springy yellow noodles as well as other condiments such as bean sprouts, dried tauhu and shallots as well as a half boiled egg. Definitely gives that true Malaysian-street-feel as you enjoy this dish out in the open.
    Tips

    Check out their asam laksa too.

    Things to expect

    Food usually vanishes from the truck fast, so be there early.

    Best with

    Cendol.

    Price

    RM5.00

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    Kak Zah Cendol, Rojak Pasembur View restaurant

    Jalan Setiawangsa 8,Taman Setiawangsa, 54300, Taman Setiawangsa, Kuala Lumpur
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    07:00AM—10:00PM
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