Bangkok Lane Mee Goreng

bangkok lane mee goreng

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?

mee mamak

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.

mee goreng

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.

Post Author: Lilian

Food, travel, recipes. Chinese Malaysian, blogger, photographer and writer.

9 thoughts on “Bangkok Lane Mee Goreng

    terence

    (October 24, 2008 - 10:42 pm)

    Wuah!!! I like. Mee goreng basah.

    PenangTuaPui

    (October 24, 2008 - 11:00 pm)

    mee goreng outlet is something we lack of in our blog as we can’t find anyone that meeting our standard….may be we are raising the bar too high..

    we may try this one.. hope to get him listed since this is highly recommended by Lilian.

    bryan

    (October 25, 2008 - 9:11 am)

    not sure if you guys have tried it before, but there a really nice mee goreng stall in air itam. it’s called asia kopitiam. near the penang hill roundabout (not the coffee shops next to lai lai though). mee goreng there is superb. char koey teow in the morning is pretty decent too. hope that’s useful.

    Jo

    (October 25, 2008 - 11:09 am)

    There’s another excellent mee goreng stall in Sin Hup Aun Coffeshop near Pulau Tikus Wet Market…”Jones Rd Mee Goreng”.

    Wendy

    (October 25, 2008 - 1:37 pm)

    Hi Lilian…

    I’m a Penangite working in KL and Bangkok Lane is a must go whenever I go back. But this saturday morning when i read this… you make me salivate-lah! Aiyo… I miss this so much. =(

    And agree with Bryan too, the one near the roundabout is quite good. But got to wait really long that one.

    muteaudio

    (October 28, 2008 - 1:14 pm)

    I was back in Pg for almost 2 weeks. I went to 5 different places to get Mee Goreng Mamak:- JOnes Road, Pantai Jerejak, Bangkok Lane, Edgecumbe Road (now in Gurney Drive) and Asia kopitiam.

    For me, these are the 5 best MGM. Can’t rank them. Each has its own distinctive taste.

    xin

    (October 30, 2008 - 11:31 am)

    i think i saw this stall featured on the…’motosika’ program

    Domino

    (October 30, 2008 - 10:20 pm)

    Bangkok Lane mee goreng is featured in Astro AEC programme “Ah Xian” something….sometime ago. The stall owner can speak fluent Hokkien.

    Btw, we used to get our office boy to “tapau” mee sotong from Esplanade Hawker Centre (too bad I am not sure exactly which stall). Anyone knows about it ?

    […] of fat yellow noodles used. The resident critic still prefers the lesser known Hokkien Mee stall in Bangkok Lane which is famous for its mee goreng (though some like it and some don’t). Which reminds me, I […]

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