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Waking up in the morning is a-ok if it is for Restoran Okay's Penang curry noodles. This stalwart stall run by a Penangite father and son duo opens early at 7.30am and sells out as soon as 9.30am. Swing by for breakfast with a colleague and 'curry' on to work! Despite its small portions, regulars come back religiously for this Curry Mee (from RM7) — an authentic representation of the popular Penang dish. Its milky orange broth meets a spoonful of potent sambal for a spicy, creamy concoction that's sure to win hearts. Coupled with a mouthwatering medley of prawns, coagulated pig's blood and cockles, the result is a noodle dish of dreams. If you arrive to a sight of uncle tilting the pot, it means you'll have to try again (earlier) next time. Thankfully, the Wanton Noodles (RM5.50) make a decent breakfast alternative!
Avg price per person: RM10
Photo by Burppler I-Hua Lim


One more day before I fly back to Melbourne, so get ready for some serious food spam! This is the famous Penang Curry Mee (Laksa) with coagulated pig's blood, cockles, cuttlefish, prawns and a super fragrant sambal. People wait here for 20-40minutes on any given day from 7:30am til about 9am before the old man sells out. Penangites in PA swear by this hawker stall and Olive can't help but agree! #msihuainmalaysia #penangcurrymee


Food okay only. Not great and not bad but just plain okay