Mamak Mee Goreng
Nobody makes this dish better than the Indian Muslim Community. A dish that came about from social & cultural interactions among the races ; this dish’s main ingredients are Chinese Hokkien noodles, hard tofu, beansprouts, eggs, squid & prawn fritters. But, into the wok are also all manner of Indian spices and soya sauce. When one has a plate of perfectly fried Mamak Mee Goreng, it will undoubtedly be fusion food at its best!
Our favourite mamak mee goreng, in order of preference!
1) Tanjung Bungah old bus station kopitiam . Asks for their delicious sotong as an add-on.
2) Sungai Dua food court, near to the Jubillee Home of the Aged.
3) Edgecombe Road Mee Goreng, now re-located to Gurney Drive food court( opens noon to 4pm)
4) Fort Cornwallis Mee Sotong . This is a famous stall but our least liked as the noodles are fried in huge quantities and thus, lacked the flavour of those cooked in smaller batches.