When I said ‘Lor Mee‘, I guess you’d imagine thick gravy with some herbs and spices taste bowl of noodle. Today I’d like to write about a special bowl of lor mee.
You can get this ‘special lor mee’ at Kafe Fountain which is located along Carnarvon Street.
The gravy for this special lor mee is much thicker than the normal lor mee. This lor mee is stir fried together with the thick gravy. Yes, you do read correctly. Stir Fried. That’s why I call it ‘special lor mee‘.
This lor mee tasted like shark fin soup. It must be due to the vinegar added into it during preparation. The dark thick gravy is cook with egg. There are bits of fish meat, pork and prawn. For RM3.80 you get a big bowl of lor mee.
Other than lor mee, there are other hawker food that you can have here. You can have the char koay teow here too.
This plate of char koay teow is with duck egg. Although it looks very red, but it’s not very spicy. Taste wise, not bad. The only drawback is the ckt is a bit dry.
There are also a stall selling roasted duck, roasted pig (siew yuk and char siew). We ordered a plate with combination of roasted duck and siew yuk.
The roasted duck is too dry. There’s no sauce for us to dip to compensate on the dry meat.
The siew yuk is sinfully good. Not the best I’ve eaten, but good.
Or Chien (Oyster Omelette) tasted good leh! I love this Or Chien due to there’s lots of egg and very less tapioca flour in it.
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GPS coordinate is N05°25.070′ E100°19.846′