Back to basic is always nice, especially when manage to find some nice street food related to Penang Food. Did pop by here couple of times whenever I am craving for simple bowl of Penang Loh Mee or Hokkien mee as got influence by KYSpeaks with his constant visit to this place.
Choon Prawn Mee is tuck in this busiest food district in Taman Paramount during day time as Kedai Kopi O&S is one of the busiest along the stretch.
This concept is quite similar to Penang Green House Hokkien Mee where you can choose to add on or a mix combination of ingredients into your noodle.
I must give credit to their Duck Meat Koey Teow Soup which is quite near to authentic Penang version. Simple clear soup that pack with flavour and I am not a fish ball lover, however this is pretty good as its smooth and bouncy. Fried Garlic oil do add a bit of punch into the soup.
Loh Mee is one of a authentic version that serve in a thick soupy base in dark sauce. Some might like it some might not. However is one of a food that will soon to extinct for a Penang street food. Add in garlic, and their home made chili, definately it would not run too far.
Soup is thick enough to ensure its Penang version.
Another style to enjoy our Penang Hokkien Prawn mee is to get a Ying Yeong Soup whereby Prawn soup and loh mee soup base mix together.
Its a place to get a decent Penang hawker food.
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Food rating 7.5/10 , pretty good consider Penang street food! -Stamped-
13 Jalan 20/14
46300 Petaling Jaya
Phone: 012 265 8193