Hot hot hot! These days, the weather is unpredictable. Just looking outside the window, its enough to make you feel as if your skin is searing under the sun. But the moment you step out, you might be drenched with rain water =.= Scarry. However, it did not stop me from having a bowl of Ayer Itam Curry Mee. The last time I had this bowl of curry mee was many years ago.

When I first tried them, I did not like the taste. The curry smell was pungent. Nevertheless, droves of customers still flock to this stall every evening about 3-4pm onwards.

You have to be early else they would be sold out.

I was skeptical about it at the begining but I tried anyway. Indeed, the soup was different. Instead of those curry powder smell, the current one is much fresher with the use of lemongrass and ginger flower.

The texture of the coagulated blood is a bit different to other stalls. Its like eating duck's blood but just that this one is chunkier and slightly firmer.

Since its was a hot day, we had some See Kuo T'ng (四果汤) as well. The stall has always been located at this tiny lane beside the Ayer Itam Food Court.

There are regular stuff like red kidney beans, white fungus, dried longan, sago balls, jelly strips and barli.

I like it as its chilling and not too sweet. Great way to wash down all the curry mee I telan just now.

This is only one of the curry mee stalls at Pekan Ayer Itam. Lol...

Location:
Beside Air Itam Food Court (Curry Mee stall at the entrance of the alley while See Kuo T'ng is in the alley)
Pekan Ayer Itam, Penang.

Operating Hours:
3pm - 6pm (Close earlier if Curry Mee is sold out)

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5 comments

  1. buzzingbee // August 11, 2009 at 7:55 PM  

    This is me and my dad's favourite curry mee stall when he is craving for some curry mee in the afternoon! The soup is fragrant and they are very generous with the ingredients!!

  2. Cokeworld Citizen // August 13, 2009 at 12:21 PM  

    Buzzingbee:
    Ya the soup is good. We normally head over there in the evening with parents.

  3. ck lam // August 17, 2009 at 2:50 PM  

    Went there once and I quite like the curry mee, I even have the additional curry cuttle fish/sotong.

  4. Paramjot // August 22, 2009 at 6:42 PM  

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  5. Cokeworld Citizen // August 22, 2009 at 11:35 PM  

    ck lam:
    when was the last time you went? Cuz I find that the taste was a bit different from my last visit.

    Paramjot:
    Thanks for visiting my blog :)