Bangkok Lane is the road off Pulau Tikus. It has two rows of unique houses. If I remember correctly, the row of identical houses belong to some rich Thai man who used to live there with his many wives many decades ago. Well, I cannot say for sure if this is true.
The coffeeshop at the corner has several famous noodles. In the morning, one can find Bangkok Lane Hokkien Mee. My hubby sometimes tapau the Hokkien Mee for me for breakfast. Yummm..
This coffeeshop also housed the famous Bangkok Lane Mee Goreng. I cannot say for sure if the Mee Goreng is prepared by Indian Muslims or otherwise. So, I am not sure if I can label this stall as halal. Anyway, there are Muslims customers but they usually eat at the warong across the coffeeshop. The reason is the coffeeshop has a lot of other Chinese noodles. You get what I mean?
The mee goreng and mee rebus are nice. Highly recommended as it’s flavour has the right balance of sourish, sweetish and spiciness taste. The mee goreng and mee rebus also have generous amount of sotong, cucur, potato and taukua.
The mee goreng costs RM4 per plate but they give rather big portion so it is worth it.
Give it a try! It has made me forget that I am pissed with Innity who spammed me.