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Before this I was always have this skeptical thinking with Loh Mee, thick vinegarish tasting noodle. It's not the best meal that I would go for if I were to have other choices. But after today, my perception of Loh Mee has changed.

We visited Hock Kee Ulu Yam Loh Mee Restaurant and ordered their Loh Mee (duh? lol RM6.9) and their Homemade Mee Soup (RM6.9). Our dishes came pretty fast in a pretty big portion for one person and I couldn't wait to dig in right away. The Loh Mee gravy wasn't very thick it's rather a bit liquid, nor too vinegarish taste (I don't fancy thick vinegar taste in my meal) which is perfect in my opinion. Scoop on their homemade chili paste inside their small containers and trust me, it'll become the most mind blowing Loh Mee experience you'll ever had!

The Homemade Mee Soup was made using the Loh Mee thick noodle too, rather than using the thick gravy, they use soupy, pepperish tasting pork broth served with handful of veggies and egg inside. It'll make a real perfect "sick day" meal I would say :)

For the drink you might want to give their roselle tea (RM3) a try. Roselle tea tastes a bit sourish and packed with lots of antioxidant. They serves it both warm or cold, with sea bird nest bits that they say is rich in natural collagen 😁

Tip: Cash only, children friendly, non-air-conditioned, finding parking was relatively easy.

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