Taman Bukit Curry Mee

The curry mee at Taman Bukit‘s hawker centre is one of the most popular in Bukit Mertajam. If you want to taste one of the finest curry mee sold in Bukit Mertajam in the morning, I would recommend you this stall. For night ones, Taman Sri Rambai‘s hawker centre would be the one to look for. I remembered the last time I went it was during my high school days, and I am glad to say the taste is still being maintained and reasonably priced @ RM2.50 per bowl.

taman-bukit-curry-mee

I was already craving for curry mee like mad when I last went back hometown during the last Chinese New Year. So, on the 4th day of CNY I got up early and had my cravings satisfied. Being one of the two stalls only open that day, business was super brisk. Some people even took away twenty packets of curry mee at one go! Even so, my order came rather quickly. Quite impressed with their ability to remember the orders so clearly in such a busy session.

curry-mee

The ingredients are of typical Penang curry mee: cockles, tofu pok, long beans and my favorite – coagulated pork blood.. simply can’t get enough of it. Besides the ingredients, what makes a good bowl of curry mee is none other than the soup and the chili sauce. The sweet coconut curry soup, when combined with the thick chili sauce turned into a fiery red soup full of kick that makes you want more with every mouthful. Really nice.

hawker-center

It had been so long since I last visited. A new (but shoddy) hawker centre has been built to provide proper shelter and a cleaner environment to the stall owners and patrons. Last time, the hawker stalls here operated under a huge tree and it was pretty unhygienic place. Almost 80% of the patrons were here for the curry mee, kinda shows the popularity and tastiness no?

curry-mee-stall

Part of the morning crowd who were queing for their curry mee. It seems nothing can stop Penangites from hunting for their favorite foods, even during the biggest festive celebration of the year lol. So, how soon did you come out hunting for hawker food during Chinese New Year? Me? On the first day itself! Can’t blame a Penangite being too long away, lol.

Ok, here comes the direction.. tricky. Since the hawker centre is actually situated next to a residential area, it only means lots of lanes and turns like a maze. Take the turning from BM High School (Pak Lah’s former school) into Jalan Stowell and follow the road, until you reach a T junction and take the left turn into Jalan Goh Chong Thoe. You will be going up hill now. Take either the first or second turning (doesn’t matter since it will join back at the same road) on your right and go downhill. You will see the hawker centre at the end of the road.

Do refer Wikimapia for a graphical direction.

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The curry mee at Taman Bukit‘s hawker centre is one of the most popular in Bukit Mertajam. If you want to taste one of the finest curry mee sold in Bukit Mertajam in the morning, I would recommend you this stall. For night ones, Taman Sri Rambai‘s hawker centre would be the one to look for. I remembered the last time I went it was during my high school days, and I am glad to say the taste is still being maintained and reasonably priced @ RM2.50 per bowl.

taman-bukit-curry-mee

I was already craving for curry mee like mad when I last went back hometown during the last Chinese New Year. So, on the 4th day of CNY I got up early and had my cravings satisfied. Being one of the two stalls only open that day, business was super brisk. Some people even took away twenty packets of curry mee at one go! Even so, my order came rather quickly. Quite impressed with their ability to remember the orders so clearly in such a busy session.

curry-mee

The ingredients are of typical Penang curry mee: cockles, tofu pok, long beans and my favorite – coagulated pork blood.. simply can’t get enough of it. Besides the ingredients, what makes a good bowl of curry mee is none other than the soup and the chili sauce. The sweet coconut curry soup, when combined with the thick chili sauce turned into a fiery red soup full of kick that makes you want more with every mouthful. Really nice.

hawker-center

It had been so long since I last visited. A new (but shoddy) hawker centre has been built to provide proper shelter and a cleaner environment to the stall owners and patrons. Last time, the hawker stalls here operated under a huge tree and it was pretty unhygienic place. Almost 80% of the patrons were here for the curry mee, kinda shows the popularity and tastiness no?

curry-mee-stall

Part of the morning crowd who were queing for their curry mee. It seems nothing can stop Penangites from hunting for their favorite foods, even during the biggest festive celebration of the year lol. So, how soon did you come out hunting for hawker food during Chinese New Year? Me? On the first day itself! Can’t blame a Penangite being too long away, lol.

Ok, here comes the direction.. tricky. Since the hawker centre is actually situated next to a residential area, it only means lots of lanes and turns like a maze. Take the turning from BM High School (Pak Lah’s former school) into Jalan Stowell and follow the road, until you reach a T junction and take the left turn into Jalan Goh Chong Thoe. You will be going up hill now. Take either the first or second turning (doesn’t matter since it will join back at the same road) on your right and go downhill. You will see the hawker centre at the end of the road.

Do refer Wikimapia for a graphical direction.

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19 Comments on “Taman Bukit Curry Mee

  1. it looks good! I was craving for a bowl of curry mee badly till i saw your post :)
    i love curry noodles :)

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  2. Oh dear, you have just awaken my inner most ‘curry monster’! Now I’ll have to find a way to satisfy my craving… :(

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  3. The soup base already look fiery red even the chili is not mix into it yet.

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  4. many ppl told me about this curry mee but somehow i don’t seem to remember to go try when i’m in bm.

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  5. talking abt cravings! i probably wouldnt have taken a picture and sink my teeth straight into the noodles..

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  6. It is spicy? It looks nice. I also like the curry mee in Teluk Bayan Food Court. Hope you can recommend here ..

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  7. omg! the curry mee looks so good. you are very bad, I still can’t eat curry mee because of the santan and here you are tempting me! hmmph!

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  8. Can’t get my eyes of the spoonful of thick chili sauce. Would be nicer if the curry mee is added with some mint leaves….

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  9. Must be very good. I will go with the crowd. 80% vote of confidence.

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  10. lk

    What a nice bowl of curry mee! I am drooling now….!

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  11. The laksa overthere also tasted good.

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  12. choonshih

    The laksa popularity is fading, but definitely not the curry mee. You’ll love it as soon as you taste the first sip of the soup.

    vk: It’s one of the best curry mee in BM :)

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  13. Penang Tionghua

    Taman Seri Rambai Curry Mee selling at RM3 (2 Prawns) and RM4 (3 Prawns) for as long as my last comment on your blog pertaining to Lorong Seratus Tahun Curry Mee.

    Taman Bukit, I am going to try, but opposite SRJK Kim Sen or Shell I could not find any stall directly opposite??? Could it be obliquely opposite?

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  14. watsoever

    this curry mee is awesome, but it’s behind curry mee in tmn sri rambai.
    i recommend u to put MUCH chili sauce , cause it will be very delicious.
    don’t worry, the chili sauce is not spicy

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  15. … i remember this delicious curry mee…. ! Can’t seem to find any of those curry mee with kick in KL that matches this…

    Great post

    Another BM kia…

    Allyson’s last blog post..just rambling after a tiring day……

    vk: KL’s curry mee seems to be more of curry instead of santan that we have in Penang loh.

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  16. Penang Tionghua

    KL laksa (curry mee) is sweet, but Penang curry mee is in between and betwixt slightly sweet, saltish and spicy.

    Penang is recognized as a Food Paradise; Penang Chefs are causing waves in USA and UK –

    world-renowned Michelin Award 2009 for food goes to Kia Mayfair of a Penangite in London. Kia is also mentioned as the Best Restaurant in Harden London Food Guide 2009.

    Penang is all time famous for Hokkien Mee and now we can add food award ourselves before Michelin notices it – Curry Mee… hahaha

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  17. wakaka…tis one pasar curry mee i noe it…

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  19. Lim

    stay this taman since i’m born but i actually love the jawa mee inside the coffee shop(opposite this laksa/curry mee stall) over this curry mee! hehe.. the jawa mee is a must try!

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