10 Shiok Curry Mee In KL & PJ That Are Worth The Sweat And Calories

Curry mee is another comfort food that Malaysians often turn to especially on rainy days. This noodle treat needs no introduction – who isn’t familiar with the hearty bowl of noodles served with coconut milk curry broth, chicken, taufu pok , prawns and more. Or perhaps you like topping it with a generous helping of perfectly roasted siew yok and char siew? Whichever way you prefer having your curry mee, we’re here to recommend 10 Shiok Curry Mee In KL That Are Worth The Sweat And Calories!


10 Shiok Curry Mee In KL That Are Worth The Sweat And Calories

1.  Jia Li Mian Noodle House 家里面食館

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Heads up, you may find it slightly difficult to locate the shop as its name on the signboard is displayed in Chinese. But your efforts will not be in vain when you’ve had a bowl of their Penang curry mee, which you’ll definitely fall in love with at first bite! Patrons who tried it have claimed that it is by far the most authentic-tasting Penang curry mee in KL with ingredients such pork blood cubes, mint leaves, ginger flowers, cockles and prawns. Not forgetting the fragrant and creamy broth which tastes just like home (Penang). However, take note that finding parking can be a bit of challenge here, so be patient and try to avoid peak hours.

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Address: 19G, Jalan Pandan 2/2, Pandan Jaya,Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hours : 7:30am-4:30pm. Opens daily.
*This is a NON-HALAL eatery*

2. Girl&Mommy Famous Curry Mee ( Chan Sow Lin Food Court)

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Let’s face it, as kiasu (and proud) Malaysians, our level of satisfaction towards our meals is often based on one factor: value for money. Located in a humble food court in Chan Sow Lin, this well-known stall is where you can get an above average portion of curry mee without compromising quality. For only RM7, you’ll be able to savour a bowl of perfectly blanched noodles along with a sizeable helping of roast pork and fresh cockles. Have we got you drooling yet?

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Address : Chan Sow Lin Food Court, No. 134C, Jalan Dua, Off, Jalan Chan Sow Lin, Sungai Besi, 55200 Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hours : Mon-Sat 6:30am-2pm
*This is a NON-HALAL eatery*

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3. Restoran 168

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Previously featured on our 10 Best Wantan Mee in KL list, this restaurant’s egg noodles aren’t the only thing they’re famous for. While their wantan mee has received rave reviews, their curry mee is a worthy competitor too. With their aromatic broth coupled with plenty of fillings including tau fu pok, pork skin and clams, it is no surprise that guests are frequently returning for more of this heavenly dish.This place can get a little warm during the day but hey, like the article suggests, this eatery is certainly worth the sweat and calories!

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Address : 2-2, Jalan Brunei Utara, Pudu, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hours : Tues-Sun 7am-4pm
*This is a NON-HALAL eatery*

4. Ah Loy Curry Restaurant

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Ah Loy Curry Restaurant should be your new favourite spot if you’re looking for a no-frills yet delightful bowl of lovingly cooked curry mee. Nothing is more comforting than its thick and flavourful curry broth which melts in your mouth at first sip. The portion is huge and if you’re a small eater, it will definitely last you until your next meal! Affordable and delicious, this is truly simplicity at its best.

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Address : 11, Jalan Hujan Rahmat 3, Taman Overseas Union, 58200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hours : 12pm-11:30pm
*This is a NON-HALAL eatery*


5. Restoran Sun Yin Loong

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If you adore Ipoh Curry Laksa, you should definitely drop by this eatery for a bowl. Their curry laksa is served with thick cuts of crispy roast pork (which you can opt against), tau fu pok and cockles, which differs from the regular Penang curry mee. That being said, we agree that both versions are equally amazing and still scream happiness in a bowl (hehe). The roast pork may be slightly too salty for some, but if you enjoy a nice crispy texture to go with your soupy noodles, their curry laksa is sure to gain some brownie points from you.

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Address : 41-01, Jalan PJU 1/3c, Sunway Mas Commercial Center, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Operating Hours : Mon-Sat 7:15am- 5:30pm , Sun 7:15am-3pm
*This is a NON-HALAL eatery*

6. Restoran Kum Chuan

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We’ve covered siew yoke, but let’s give char siew some love too! This spot is always swarming with a crowd who is mostly here for their famous curry mee. This dish is filled to the brim with ingredients and soup, as well as just enough helpings of char siew and tau fu pok to fill up your belly. Have this for breakfast and you’ll be starting your day on a good note.

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Address : Jalan SS13/1, Persiaran Kewajipan, 47500 , Subang Jaya
Operating Hours : Mon-Sat 7am-2pm.
*This is a NON-HALAL eatery*

7. Gerai Lum Kee (Seksyen 14 Food Court)

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The appropriate term to describe Lum Kee would be none other than “old but gold”. This quaint little stall located in Seksyen 14 Food Court is another notable contender for all the curry laksa spots in KL. It is operated by two brothers, Lee Seng Him (74) and Lee Wai Lum (81), who learnt the recipe from their mother and rest assured, it will taste like grandma’s cooking. If you’re still doubting their expertise, the business has been running for over 44 years and that’s how you know it’s going to be a scrummy dish. Their curry laksa is topped with fish cakes, tau fu pok and chicken strips among other ingredients that are guaranteed to satisfy not just your eyes but your taste buds as well.

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Address : 22, Jalan 14/20, Medan Selera, Seksyen 14, 46100 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Opeating Hours : Mon-Fri 10am-3:30pm, Sat 10am-4:30pm
*This is a HALAL eatery*

8.  Kedai Makanan Dan Minuman WK 滑雞咖喱面

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Get a glimpse of heaven with every bite of WK’s chicken curry noodles. Started off as a modest roadside noodles stall opposite Pasar Malam Taman Bukit Anggerik, this gem has now relocated to a shop lot while still preserving their great quality. (Kudos to that!). Rich curry broth paired with the usual suspects: fresh cockles, tau fu pok and succulent chicken, this shall be your next stop to satisfy your curry mee cravings!

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Address : 42, Jalan 1, Taman Len Seng, 56000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hours : Tues-Sun 9am-9pm
*This is a NON-HALAL eatery*

9. Restoran Berjaya

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Muslim foodies, this is another stop for flavoursome curry mee to add to your list. Their halal wantan mee puts others to shame while their curry mee is well on par when it comes to amazing flavours. Generousity in Restoran Berjaya as the chef has filled this crowd favourite with above large serving of chicken, fish balls and more to the brim. The price may be slightly steeper than most halal curry noodles but considering the location, we would say it’s reasonable.

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Address : No. 44, Jalan Telawi, Bangsar Baru, Bangsar
Operating Hours : 7am-5:30pm. Opens daily.
*This is a HALAL eatery*

10. Limapulo : Baba Can Cook

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Did you know that an authentic curry laksa recipe from Malaysia is typically Nyonya or Peranakan in origin? So, you can expect one of the best from Limapulo which specialises in Nyonya/Peranakan cuisines. Their reputable ‘Nyonya Laksa’ comprises an egg, fish cake, chicken strips and many other ingredients to cure your noodle fix. The broth of the curry laksa coupled with their chilli paste are sure to add a fiery punch to the dish. With its cosy ambience and interesting decor, this place (and its food) definitely deserves a spot on your Instagram feed. #fotd

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Address : 50, Jalan Doraisamy, Chow Kit, 50300 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hours : Mon- Sat 11:30am–3pm / 5:30–9:45pm
*This is a HALAL eatery*

10 Shiok Curry Mee In KL That Are Worth The Sweat And Calories

We hope you like the places that we have mentioned! If we miss out on any of your favourites, do let us know in the comments below – sharing is caring, foodies 😉 For more hawker good guides/street food check out our list of prawn mee and pan mee!

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