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Monday, April 21, 2008

9393 EastSouthWestNorth EatKing (4) :- IMBI FRIED HOKKIAN MEE

This week topic:- Fried Hokkian Mee
Today on my East South West Food post number 4 :-

IMBI FRIED HOKKIAN MEE

This week two post on Food I will be blogging on Fried Hokkian Mee.
Fried Hokkian Mee being my favorites, almost at least once a month Fried Hokkian Mee as my supper ( I knows it's BAD and I am unker).From PJ Paramouth to Old Klang Road to Jalan Ipoh to Petaling Street to Jalan Maharajalela to etc.

Well today I be posting one of my favorite in the KL city, IMBI
Is a corner coffee shop next to Imbi Medan Food Centre/ Honda Showroom.Day time the famous Pork Ball Noddles / Chai Kwaei Teow.

The owner of this Hokkian mee as we call him ' SING ANN CHAI' ( Four Eyes Boys - a guy wear spectacles) He being in this business almost 30 years after took over the business from his uncle. Now he had stop cooking , but the taste still as good.
If you like PJ Jalan 222 ( behind Shell Petrol Kiosk )Fried Hokkian Mee, this Imbi stall taste almost similar.
The good point of this stall, they start the business as early as 6.30pm till 1am. If you are working late in the city , a quick bite , this the stall highly recommend.






For 1 person RM 6. A lot of prawns, sotong, fish cake.I notice the Fatt Noodles quite a small potion. The sauces not so dark , and the best Good Old Hokkian Mee Aroma despite not being cook with chaco.

I never fail to ask for garlics mix with sambal belacan


Quite busy during 8pm till 11pm, about 7 to 8 workers for this kind of small stall.

The Imbi Fried Hokkian Mee verdict: Of 5 Bananas I gave:-


Watch out this Wednesday post as I will blog my all time favorite Fried Hokkian Mee

Any Fried Hokkian Mee of your favorite please share share la by commenting.Thanks wor :-)

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7 comments:

Yinsi Yat said...

Wei! that feller most "la sau" is fried beef noodles la. You didn't try meh?

Nine3 Nine3 said...

Yinsi:- I think you are referring Soh Kee la. Is behind this corner stall

sun,moon&star said...

The other corner shop, same row as the one you mentioned in Jalan 222 dishes out equally fantastic gooey black fried hokkien mee.
Moon

QuaChee said...

love this stall a lot :) will eat here whenever im up in kl (and in time!)

dreamie said...

yeap, the style and taste macam Jln 222... dunno why at times really crave for this food, tak makan tak boleh tidur.. sei mou ?? kkkkkkk

Nine3 Nine3 said...

Moon:- I know which stall u saying, infact many people says that stall better

quachee:- I notice a lot singaporean eat there too, maybe within the city??

dreamie:- I also tak makan tak boleh tidor but we die faster hor..lol

QuaChee said...

ya i guess cos its near the golden triangle... and the food is really nice hehe :)