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10 Mouth-Watering Curry Mee To Try in KL & PJ For Foodies (2019 Guide)

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A good bowl of Curry Mee consists of thick and savory curry broth topped with all the essential ingredients such as beancurd puffs, cockles, long beans and more. This simple yet incredibly delicious dish is widely adored by those with heavy palates. Although Curry Mee is sold at many random coffee shops, still only few of them are worth soughting after.

Hang on to your seats, curry mee lovers, while we bring you around Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya area to look for the 10 Best Unbelievably Delicious Curry Mee Spots in KL & PJ (2019 Guide).

1. Restaurant Kum Chuan SS13

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Restaurant Kum Chuan might look like an ordinary hawker stall from the outside but do not let it deceive you, they serve one of the best Curry Mee in Subang. The Curry Mee comes with all these authentic side dishes such as Char Siew, cockles, beancurd puffs, long beans or bean sprouts. Their thick curry broth is so creamy and best paired with their big and fresh cockles. Delicious!

Operation Hours: 7am – 2pm, closed on Sunday
Address: Corner of Jalan SS13/1A, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor.

2. Girl&Mommy Famous Curry Mee @ Chan Sow Lin

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Girl and Mummy Curry Mee has been operating more than 15 years. Their Curry Mee comes with the traditional ingredients such as cockles, beancurd puffs and of course, noodles of your selection as well. However, the star of their dish is their Siew Yoke. Their Siew Yoke soaks up all the creamy curry broth and “explodes” when you put even the slightest pressure on it. It will fill your mouth with their savory broth.

Operation Hours: 6.30am – 2pm, closed on Sunday
Address: Chan Sow Lin Food Court, No. 134C, Jalan Dua, Off, Jalan Chan Sow Lin, Sungai Besi, 55200 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

3. Mutton Curry Mee @ Restoran Leong Wei

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When comes to Curry Mee, the first thought for most people will definitely be either pork or chicken Curry Mee. However, there is a stall in Kuchai that has been serving Mutton Curry Mee for more than 20 years.

What’s make this bowl of noodle special is the broth which is boiled for 3 hours daily, using Australia mutton and the soup base from the previous day to enrich the flavour of soup further.

Operation Hours: 7am – 2.30pm, daily
Address: 44, Jalan Kuchai Maju 14, Kuchai Entrepreneurs Park, 58200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

4. Alor Corner Curry Noodle (Jalan Alor)

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Searching for some authentic food after a long day of shopping around Bukit Bintang area? Check out Alor Corner Curry Noodle! Their Curry Noodle is filled with the traditional curry noodle ingredients such as sliced eggplants, chicken slices, cockles and beancurd puffs. However, their broth is the reason they standing on top of other curry noodle stalls. The broth is so thick and flavourful. Every spoon you take is robusted with aromas of coconut milk and other spices.

Operation Hours: Everyday, 2pm – 10pm
Address: 84, Jalan Alor, Bukit Bintang, 50200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

5. Restaurant Station 8 Curry Mee

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When a stall sells out their Curry Mee within 2 hours time every day, you know how good their food is. Both of the stall owners are from Penang, so you can definitely taste the nostalgic flavour of a good Penang Curry Mee. Their Curry Mee has all the classic ingredients such as prawns, cockles, beancurd puffs and pork blood cube. However, there is a special ingredient that most of the Curry Mee stalls in KL & PJ doesn’t have, which is the shredded cuttlefish. The crunchiness of the cuttlefish mixed with their own family secret recipe chilli paste, is a combination of texture and flavour that is indescribable. Definitely a Curry Mee that you shouldn’t miss out!     

Operation Hours: 8am – 1am, daily
Address: No.2 Jalan SS2 /10, 47300 Petaling Jaya

6. Mimi Curry Mee

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Mimi Curry Mee opened up their business in Thong Kee Cafe Seapark and Glenmarie. With their thick curry broth blends with the noodles, and the thick cuts of roasted pork, tofu skins and fried tofu puffs, play their part by soaking up the curry, it is no surprise that guests are frequently returning for more of this heavenly dish. Have this for breakfast and you’ll be starting your day on a good note.

Operation Hours: 7.30am – 3pm, closed on Monday

Thong Kee Café Seapark, 33, Jalan 21/1, Seapark, 46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Thong Kee Café Glenmarie, 13 Jalan Juruaudit U1/37, Hicom Glenmarie Industrial Park, 40150 Shah Alam, Selangor

8. Restoran 168 Wantan Mee & Curry Mee

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Pudu is a place where a lot of good food spots such as Hock Seng Hin Fish Head and Kwan Kee Porridge. These shops usually sold out after just a few hours of operation. However, there is another hidden gem located at Pudu which is Restoran 168. They might look like a normal stall beside the road for most of the people, but for those who dares to try their noodles, oh no, there is no turning back! Their Curry Mee is their star of the stall where the broth is thick and loaded with spices. It will make you continue slurping the broth and asking for more. They also serve a lot different of side dishes, from the siew yoke all the way to pork skins.

Operation Hours: Everyday, 7am – 4pm, Closed on Monday
Address: 2-2, Jalan Brunei Utara, Pudu, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

9. Yong Len Curry Mee

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Yong Len Curry Mee is THE Curry Mee shop located at TTDI. It is usually packed during the weekdays so if you plan to visit their shop, is best you come during the weekend. They are famous for their prawn noodle but the Curry Mee is also a hit. The curry mee comes with chicken slices, beancurd skins and beancurd puffs. Their broth are creamy but at the same time not too sweet or too salty, it is just nice.Their broth are also freshly made everyday and they guarantee that they would not reuse their broth from the next day But do keep this in mind, their version of Curry Mee does not have cockles so don’t say we didn’t warn ya.

Operation Hours: Everyday, 7am – 4pm
Address: 2, Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 1, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

9. Restoran Jia Li Mian Noodle House, Pandan Jaya 家里面食館

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Located at the heart of Pandan Jaya, Restoran Jia Li Mian Noodle House just started their operation in the 2015 but quickly renowned as one of the best Curry Mee place in KL. They serve the Curry Mee as close as what you are served in Penang. It comes with mint leaves and ginger flower which is not common for most of the hawkers. These leaves provides extra fragrance to the curry mee and give a refreshing taste to the broth itself.

Operation Hours: 7.30am – 4.30pm, daily
Address: 19, Jalan Pandan 2/2, Pandan Jaya, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Selangor

10. OUG Back-lane Curry Mee

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Found at the backlane of shophouses in Taman OUG, this Curry Mee stall has been around for 30 plues years. Their Curry Mee is quite unlike any others on this list. Turns out, they don’t serve cockles in their curry mee. OUG Back-lane Curry Mee features noodle of your choice, and it is topped with poached chicken, fishballs, and intense plus flavourful curry broth that leaves customers wanting more. They also serve Braised Chicken Feet which affordably priced at RM1.

Operation Hours: 7.15am – 12am, closed on Tuesdays
Address: Jalan Hujan Emas 4, Taman Overseas Union, 58200 Kuala Lumpur (Between TMC Kopitiam & OUG Lucky Restaurant)


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