223, Jalan Burmah
George Town 10050

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06:30pm - 04:00am

06:30pm - 04:00am

06:30pm - 04:00am

06:30pm - 04:00am

06:30pm - 04:00am

06:30pm - 04:00am


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RM6 | Soup is slightly spicy but tasty. Slightly disappointed as there is no prawn in the soup, only shrimps.

Prawn mee, or colloquially known as Hokkien mee in Penang, is a spicy soup egg noodle dish, served with a spicy prawn stock. The broth is usually made with prawns shells and pork bone and is served with prawns, fish cakes, boiled egg, kangkung (morning glory) and sliced lean pork, garnished with fried shallots and a spoonful of sambal. This dish is also sometimes served with additional toppings including pork ribs, intestines and Chinese sausages.
The most important part of a good prawn mee is the stock, and this is where Old Green House excels at. The stock has an intense sweetness, yet fragrant with garlic and shallot oil. Old Green House also sells a reputable lor mee which is why their boiled eggs are braised as well, adding a nice sweet flavour. The prawns were small, and could easily been sized up, but didn't take away from the experience. When had with pork ribs, the dish is elevated to a very hearty experience. The stock here has such reputation that other prawn noodle shop buy the stock from them. A little costly but it's definitely worth it.
๐Ÿ’ต RM15.00 / portion
๐Ÿ’ซ 5 / 5
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The robust "Law Mee" (Lor Mee) plus it's shiok chili paired with their Guava Juice with Sour Plum ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘


For late night munchies and post-drinks supper ! Pork lardy prawn noodle soup plus a mind boggling variety of ingredients that you can add to up the wow factor, such as roast meat, pig skin, sausage, fish cake, meat ball, fish ball, chix feet etc.


While it was the prawn mee that drew us and made us try this place, it was the lor mee that totally blew us away. We couldn't get enough of this! Fantastic stuff!

The famous Old Green House hokkien prawn mee soup (large) at only 4.50rm. The prawns are done in a unique manner, unlike the usual steamed ones we get in Singapore.