At Tua Pui Curry Mee Stall, I was expecting a tua pui (tua pui is hokkien language which means fatty) to cook the curry mee. I looked around the stall but I can’t find any tua pui… hehe.. Wonder why it’s call Tua Pui Curry Mee?
Tua Pui Curry Mee is located along the Weld Quay main road which opens from 9am – 6pm. There are a few of big umbrellas set beside the road to provide some shade for the curry mee customer. You can also opt to eat the curry mee inside the house too.There are a few small tables inside.
A regular bowl of curry mee without any extra ingredients added. This bowl is mine lor… without cockles and pig’s blood one as usual
The soup base is reddish in colour which is different if compare to Sister Curry Mee at Air Itam which has white soup base. Chili paste added spiciness to it but does not overpowered the fragrant of coconut juice in the soup base.
The one thing special about this curry mee is there are a few types of curry side dishes which you can choose to add into your curry mee. We opted for curry chicken and curry fishball and requested it to be served separately.
The curry chicken tasted good with tender meat which is full of curry flavour.
Curry Prawn – see the prawn.. so big.
Curry Chicken Feet.
More side dish.
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