Old Town Kitchen Hokkien Mee
Locating not far from the Kim Seng Restaurant Koay Teow Soup is another coffee shop competing for the appetite of the breakfast-goers. The specialties of this coffee shop is Hokkien Mee; one of my favorite hawker fare and they have been selling it since my parents’ time. You can bet nothing can go wrong with a dish that sold for so long. Each time I visited the coffee shop, I ordered dry version of the Hokkien Mee. I don’t know exactly why. Maybe, no one can make the dry hokkien mee as good as theirs. A regular bowl of the dish (dry or with soup) cost RM3.50. A smaller serving is RM3. You can add other side dishes such as fish ball soup and “bak kut”. The restaurant serves hokkien mee everyday except Monday from 8am to 2.30pm.
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