Saturday, March 24, 2012

Prawn Mee at Jalan San Peng

I found out about this prawn mee / prawn noodle / har mee / har meen place from a food show on TV and decided to give it a try. 

Prawn Mee, nicely garnished with prawns and fish balls. Okay, fish balls are a little odd as I can't remember seeing any Penang version that has this! The broth was nice and natural, not loaded with MSG like in most stalls I have tried. I didn't feel thirsty after eating here:)

Jalan san peng prawn mee, prawn noodle, har meen, har mee R0017000 copy

They make their chilli sauce fresh every day!
home made chilli sauce, Jalan san peng prawn mee, prawn noodle, har meen, har mee R0017014 copy

Pork meat balls, firm but not as firm as those commercially available ones. As soon as I sank my teeth onto the first one, I loved it already :)
pork meat balls R0016992 copy


We also ordered a plate of poached chicken. It was quite good.
poached chicken san peng R0016995 copy

This prawn mee stall is right next to a Hindu Temple so it's quite easy to find.
Hindu temple Jalan san peng prawn mee, prawn noodle, har meen, har mee R0016990 copy

Jalan San Peng, near Pudu LRT station, right next to an Indian temple. Plenty of parking as there's an open air car park right opposite the stall/Hindu Temple. RM2 per entry. It's also about 5 minutes walk from Pudu LRT station.

Operates from 730am to 330pm, closed on Tuesday.


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