Sungai Nibong Hakka Mee

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Hakka Mee 客家面

If you come from Queensbay Mall to Pantai Jerejak’s roundabout, turn left, take the flyover, and you will reach Sungai Nibong area. On your left after the flyover is a row of shop, including Restaurant Teppan Yaki, and the one we going to review today, Hakka Mee.

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Yong Tau Foo

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Fried Fish Dumpling 炸鱼饺

Seriously there is no restaurant sign in front of the shop. The restaurant’s actual name is “Kampar Fish Jelly Restaurant“, or more known as Sungai Nibong’s Hakka Mee among locals. There is a counter in front of the shop in which you pick your own ingredients and make them into a bowl of soup (also known as Yong Tau Foo).

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Hakka Mee 客家面

Other than Yong Tau Foo, Hakka Mee is their signature dish  Usually I order Hakka Mee (large). The shop has yum rice as well.

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Herbal Chicken 药材纸包鸡

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Chicken Leg 鸡脚

Other signature dishes include pork in soy sauce, herbal chicken wrapped in aluminum, and chicken legs. All signature dishes are quite delicious and definitely worth a try. The herbal chicken is a quarter chicken (drumstick part) and usually I am able to finish it alone. Unfortunately they don’t have pork legs in vinegar (猪脚醋) which I like.

The shop initially only consists of one shoplot but now it had expanded another lot with air-conditioning. Note that it closes on Monday. It can be crowded even during weekdays. Make sure you arive on or before 12PM during lunch to enjoy your meal. As a whole, the food is delicious but prepare to drink more water due to various seasoning (a.k.a Ajinomoto) commonly found in Yong Tau Foo.

Place Name:Sungai Nibong Hakka Mee
Cuisine:
Address:, Gelugor, 14300, ,
Place Name:Kampar Fish Jelly Restaurant
Cuisine:Array
Address:Jalan Pantai Aziz Ibrahim, Penang, Malaysia
Working Hour:Tue to Sun (Morning: 10.30am to 2.30pm, Evening: 6.30pm to 9.30pm)