Being in business for almost 60 years, this stall definitely knows how to craft a great bowl of curry mee. Unlike other curry mee stall, you won't find much flavours from the plain soup; as there were very little coconut milk used. But it'll be a different story once you start adding in their signature chili paste.
Lorong Seratus Tahun Curry Mee
The curry mee comes with standard garnishes like everywhere else; small prawns, soaked cuttlefish, and bean curd puffs (tau pok). Cockles and coagulated pig's blood are both addons if you want them.
As for the chili paste, it is provided on each table, in a stainless steel bowl.
You can scoop as much to your likings to bring out the taste in the curry mee. But we should warn you that the more you scoop, the more oily your soup gets.
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