Thursday, March 15, 2012

Famous Curry and Jawa Mee (noodles) at Hoi Kee Segambut

Nice yummy Jawa Mee with lots of 'liew' (condiments).....yum yum!
It took me some time to locate this restaurant which is famous for it's Jawa Mee. You can find many reviews about this wonderful dish that is served here but the direction to this place is rather vague. In order to find the place, you can refer to my concise map below. Hoi Kee is located in the midst of busy light industrial shoplots and factories, mainly in the automobile business. Parking around this area is a headache, so get ready to park your car a little further away or you might risk getting it scratched by forklifts that move in and out of the factories and warehouses.
The jawa mee has thick gravy that is a little spicy with a tinge of sweetness in it. I like the crispy prawn fritters that came with it. At RM4.50 per plate, this is reasonable price!
The lady owner and assistant manning the stall are very friendly too, despite the popularity they received. We spoke in Hokkien.....heh, heh, good lah, 'ka ki lang' (own people), LOL!



My wife decided to try the Curry Mee from this very same stall. Actually they also have Hokkien Mee (Har Mee) but I will leave that for my next visit because we will not be able to finish another bowl of noodle...
This is one of the best curry mee that I have tasted and it made it to my must have curry mee list. The gravy is creammy but not very thick. The combination of chili and spices is just perfect. I love the taste very much. It is a little similar to the Sisters Curry Mee in PJ but I like this one more.
Hey Babanaz (opps sorry Bananaz.....this is how my little Korean boy pronounce Banana...ha ha ha), we should visit this place in our next 'Curry Mee' hunting trip........

My youngest son insisted that he wanted char siew and chicken rice. The serving is rather generous and what I like is they have a generous portion of spring onions with oil accompanying the dish. Can you notice it in the photo below? Sorrylah...the photo a little blur....my son can't wait to get his hands on the chicken and char siew.....ha ha ha!

Map and Address of Kedai Kopi dan Makanan Hoi Kee Segambut


Address :
Kedai Kopi dan Makanan Hoi Kee
No. 2 Jalan Segambut Selatan (T Junction with Jalan Segambut Tengah)
51200, Segambut, Kuala Lumpur

10 comments:

Small Kucing said...

the curry mee does not look thick enough la the soup

reanaclaire said...

I miss eating cockles..esp the red ones.. those were the days when I used to take them!

FiSh. ohFISHiee said...

this place is very famous one although i havent been there before. and i see the jawa mee looks nice there, slurrpp

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Christine said...

one day I will visit Malaysia and you can take me to all these wonderful places, lol!

wenn said...

I love them!

suituapui said...

Ya...I would want the mee jawa. RM4.50 only, so much ingredients. Yummmmm!!!!! The curry me pales in comparison.

アンゼエリン said...

That mee jawa is delicious...it's really have lots of liew inside...

yvonne said...

Wah, 'ke leng na' (hokkien for Indian) mee @ Jawa mee, hahaha, that's how we call it here. I like it with lots of prawn fritter. Willing to add extra $$ to top up the fritter.

Sheoh Yan said...

The curry noodle doesn't really look good here. The soup is too plain. How it tasted?

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