A lot of the Penangnites love spicy food, and are always looking for tasty Mee Goreng or fried noodles. For us, we have explored a few and will present to you our top 5 favourite Mee Goreng in Penang .
note that all of them are quite spicy and do remind the seller if you
prefer it to be less spicy. Or you can also ask them to add "cabai" (chili paste) for hotter and spicier mee goreng.
1. Mee Sotong Goreng @ Padang Kota Lama
'Pata' Special Mee Sotong Goreng has been famous since long ago. This
halal Mee Goreng is special for it's generous amount of sweet sotong.
Usually it is served at an average amount of wet and dry.
Mee Sotong Goreng RM3.50
To chill out the spiciness, you can also get a coconut drink from the next few stalls at this food court.
Chilling coconut water RM2.00
2. Rasheed Mee Goreng Stall near Jelutong Post Office
famous for it's wet mee goreng, this mee goreng can usually be bought
during afternoon to evening. The hygiene of this stall is questionable,
but the mee goreng definitely tasted good.
Rasheed Mee Goreng RM3.00
3. Ali Mee Goreng Stall
This stall is stationed opposite Asia Cafe Penang Hill. While this monument is another land mark, where the stalls is opposite it. Ali Mee Goreng RM2.70
rather bland in color, this mee goreng actually taste good. Suitable
for those that prefer wet fried and less spicy mee goreng. Portion
rather small but if you want more, just order the larger portion.
4. Jones Road Mee Goreng / Mee Rebus
This mee goreng used to be the famous mee goreng at Jones Road . The mee goreng tasted a little to the salty.
Jones Road Mee Goreng RM3.50
5. Bangkok Lane Mee Goreng
This stall is located at Seng Lee Café, the junction of Jalan Burma and Lorong Bangkok On the left is Green Forest shop as the landmark. Bangkok Lane Mee Goreng RM4.00
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