Super Hokkien Mee One Corner Café
In Kuala Lumpur, you call this prawn mee but in Penang this is known as hokkien mee. Located in One Corner Café (Jalan Bawasah), there is one popular stall by the name of Super Hokkien Mee.
It is favourite among the locals and when it is popular you have queue most of the time. In fact, you have to wait at least half an hour (if you are lucky) for a bowl of hokkien mee of fragrant shrimp broth, mixture of yellow noodles and mee hoon together with slices of pork and shrimps and topped with fried shallots and chili.
We waited for half an hour for a bowl of fragrant hokkien mee. The word super might be exaggerating but it fares better than most hokkien mee. The secret maybe down to the broth as it fares better than most hokkien mee we had.
If you are planning to visit Super Hokkien Mee make sure you have time and patience as you have to wait for good food. People come and take away in bulk of five packets and above!
Super Hokkien Mee Address:
One Corner Café