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    Curry mee

    Perhaps those in Taman Megah / Kelana Jaya area including SS@ are really the lucky ones....

    http://www.hungrygowhere.my/food-gui...ite-curry-mee/

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    David,from the picture i see,it:s not my type of currymee,i find it has lots of santan.I think CurryMee feel the same.Maybe you should go to ChoyKee or SEAPark morning market,by the roadside now operate by her daughter and taste it .You will see the difference.

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    These are the "white curry mee" the ones at Choy Kee and SEA Park we have too at Pulau Tikus and Weld Quay... reddish curry type...

    BTW have you tried the one at OUG in Old Klang Road - the one with pork ribs?

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    I like the Singapore curry mee - a lot more creamier with lot more santan and they use "loh shee fun" noodles... 1/4 boiled see hum on top and sprinkle on lots of the ground curry leaves... hard to find now - used to love the stall at Bishan food court in Singapore...

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    too much creamier and santan not good for health,sumore makes you sleepy.

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    Well, just tried a curry mee at a food stall in USJ 1 last week. Taste not bad...... According to the boss they do not use curry powder but make their own chilli paste. Maybe those who love curry mee can give it a try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jan tomaswaki View Post
    too much ...santan not good for health...
    Did you know of late, the scientists are debunking the "health hazards" of butter, eggs and coconut?
    They are now saying that all those are healthy and have real good properties for health

    And by the way, the "cholesterol" issue with palm oils were thought to be negative propaganda created by the soya bean people in the US because they were afraid Palm Oil would steal their edible oil market share

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    Curry Mee Stall at New Apollos USJ4 - I rate this BETTER than Choy Kee
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    Quote Originally Posted by currymee View Post
    Curry Mee Stall at New Apollos USJ4 - I rate this BETTER than Choy Kee
    OK will CIO.....Got Curry Mee with Sui Yok ah?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuma View Post
    Sui Yok
    Ain't that the best eh, Kuma? I like the crispy ones. Those are irresistibly fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kuma View Post
    OK will CIO.....Got Curry Mee with Sui Yok ah?
    Not sure, as I just order the NORMAL one (RM6 per bowl) to take away but very generous with the chicken I got a couple of nice decent size pieces, nicely cooked, no complains there.

    Quote Originally Posted by QuietStorm View Post
    Really? Wow. I had cm at Choy Kee on Friday. Ordered it with cripsy siew yoke. Very nice. (See picture below, previously posted in another thread.) Have to give the Apollos one a try when the opportunity pops up . Just curious. My curry friend, did you do takeaway or dine-in? Heard the drink prices are a rip-off at Apollos.
    QS, I rarely eat in the coffeeshops as they do not know how to make "my style of coffee", so take away is the norm for me, not because of cost but because nobody knows how to make a cup of coffee that I like hahahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by currymee View Post
    take away is the norm for me, not because of cost but because nobody knows how to make a cup of coffee that I like hahahaha
    Hahaha...ok, duly noted. For the best cuppa kopi, you can only get it in old town, Ipoh, imho. Once you sip some, you will realize there will be no going back to KL (or anywhere else) kopi
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    Have you tried Chek Hup coffee? Founder from Ipoh, i believe.

    And ipohs salt baked chicken is just so so

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    Quote Originally Posted by currymee View Post
    Curry Mee Stall at New Apollos USJ4 - I rate this BETTER than Choy Kee
    Really? Wow. I had cm at Choy Kee on Friday. Ordered it with cripsy siew yoke. Very nice. (See picture below, previously posted in another thread.) Have to give the Apollos one a try when the opportunity pops up . Just curious. My curry friend, did you do takeaway or dine-in? Heard the drink prices are a rip-off at Apollos.


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