Taman Sri Rambai has an open air hawker centre which opens nightly. It has been around since my high school days and still is a popular spot for food in Bukit Mertajam 大山脚. The more popular food here are the curry mee and belacan chicken. The satay here is cheap, only 30 cents per stick and the nasi lemak (sold by the satay guy too) is also good.
First thing I ordered, belacan fried chicken. I’ve had quite some recommendations from my fellow BM-kias to try this.
You can choose from wings and drumsticks to livers. Wings cost RM1.30, while drumsticks cost RM1.50 per piece.. quite reasonable I’d say. Tastes quite good.
Mook’s Pizza is a new stall. They offer 4 kinds of pizza: mixed, curry chicken, tuna and hawaiian chicken. Each costs RM8.50.
Shown here is a hawaiian chicken pizza. Looks nice yeah? Tastes great too! Definitely gonna return to try the other types (most prolly mixed).
Fried oysters was not so nice.. I still prefer those sold in the island, especially Swatow Lane’s.
Economy fried noodles are available too.. You can add on curry petai, luncheon meat, eggs and other stuff. Their motto is “If not nice to eat, please tell us. If nice, please tell your friends” lol.
Ikan bakar is a bit expensive. RM10 for the smallest plate and you get 4 medium slices of stingray.
And finally what I’ve been waiting for the whole night, the Famous Penang Curry Mee. They are the latest stall to open at 7.30pm and have a little attitude problem lol. Well that’s the kind of attitude you can afford to have if you can cook really nice food. One good example would be the Sister’s Koay Teow.. So far this is the only stall in BM which you will get ignored when you place an order.. They barely have any expressions lol.
But the curry mee is really not bad. From my experience, if you come later at around 11pm, the soup tastes better because it’s thicker already.