Curry Noodles

RM5.50 · 3 Reviews

Despite its name, customers flock to this curry mee shop for its mouth-watering Curry Chee Cheong Fun (RM4.30). Silky noodles are drenched in mildly spicy curry and topped with braised mushroom and pork. There is also a non-spicy option — Chee Cheong Fun with Mushrooms and Pork (RM4.30) — with a savoury brown sauce instead of curry. Also worth a try is Ah Yee's rendition of Curry Mee (RM6), featuring char siew and lots of pork skin! Amp up your meal with a side order of Yong Tau Foo (RM1.20 per piece) to enjoy with your noodles.
Photo by Burppler Carmen Lai

Ah Yee, meaning 'aunty' in Mandarin, used to peddle curry noodles at a roadside stall. Nearly 20 years later, the Kepong-favourite gets an upgrade to now occupy an airy shoplot along Jalan Kepong Baru. Regulars fill these seats at lunchtime for their famous Curry Chee Cheong Fun (RM4) — a bright-coloured delight that's doused in runny sauce and garnished with sliced pork and fragrant fried onions. Load up your plate with something extra from the tempting trays of Yong Tau Foo (RM1.20 per piece) — our top pick is the fuchuk (beancurd sheets)! Aunty also makes a mean bowl of Curry Noodles (RM5.50), the more luxurious alternative with char siew, fuchuk and rich curry broth. Curry is known for its food coma-inducing properties, so save this for a winning weekend lunch with friends.
Avg price per person: RM10
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Sok Chien Lim

Being a Kepong- ian but seldom explore the good food around neighbourhood, bad ...bad...

A bowl of aromatic n rich curry mee, with lots of char siew, fu chok etc and cost only RM5.50, hence explained the crowd at the stall. Their curry chee cheong fun was good too!
Plus point: speedy service