Not to be confused with Penang's version of Hokkien mee known as Har Mee/Prawn mee, the Penangites would call this the 'Tua Pui Mee' (Fat Noodles). This type in particular is doused in dark fragrant sauce and stir fried together with prawns, cabbage and strips of pork, topped with crispy fried pork lard which is essential to the making of good Hokkien Mee, otherwise known as Char Mee. A single serving portion here starts at RM9 per plate, and I'd suggest topping up with extra crispy pork lards (RM0.5-RM1). Enjoyed every bite of this full-bodied dish and I didn't mind that the sauce tasted a tad bit on the sweeter end.
Alternate KL Hokkien Mee restos: Kim Lian Kee or Restoran Sentul Ah Yap Hokkien Mee.

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