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How many of you are true curry mee (also called curry laksa in Klang Valley) fans who wants the dish served authentic in santan curry with shrimp, cockles, cuttle fish, and coaguated blood? If you are one of the rare breeds who loves it the true Penang style but have a hard time finding a place that serves it, you’re in luck.

Lorong Seratus Tahun Curry Mee at SS2
they serve more than just curry mee

The (somewhat famous) Lorong Setarus Tahun Curry Mee in Penang has a branch here at SS2. I have been to this palce on serveral occasions whenever my taste buds yearn for some juicy coagulated blood and the all-you-can-eat curry mee sambal. Masak-masak reviewed this place before too.

Lorong Seratus Tahun Curry Mee at SS2
very nice sambal and the otak otak

The santan based soup comes in pale white color without any hint of chili, you will have to add the sambal paste to get the familiar curry color and taste. This is a good serving method as you are able to personalise the spiciness based on your own tolerance level and taste. I would say that the curry mee’s flavor is on par with Penang’s offering.

Lorong Seratus Tahun Curry Mee at Penang
the version served up at Penang island

The Penang restaurant serves little other than curry mee. However, the SS2 branch offers various other dishes too. I like the otak-otak (Penang style, big and chunky), the mee goreng was pretty good too. Loh Bak though, was mediocre.

Map of Lorong Seratus Tahun Curry Mee at SS2
map to the Lorong Seratus Tahun Curry mee @ SS2 branch

Curry mee is priced at RM 4.50 per bowl. You save about 2 bucks per bowl if you are willing to travel to Penang. No air conditioning in the restaurant on the island tho. It’s your call.

Map of Lorong Seratus Tahun Curry Mee at Penang
map to the Penang Lorong Seratus Tahun Curry mee @ Anson Road

The 3 branches:

Lorong Seratus Tahun Curry Mee
55, Lorong Seratus Tahun, 10400 Penang
GPS: 5.416099, 100.320534

Lorong Seratus Tahun Curry Mee
56, Jalan SS2/66, 47300 PJ Selangor
GPS: 3.120055, 101.620907

Village Cafe [Pork Free]
Block D-105, Phileo Damansara, 46300 PJ, Selangor

Discuss : KY eats – Lorong Seratus Tahun Curry Mee at SS2 & Penang

  1. Bro, your ad banners are starting to look like your maps.

  2. i’ve been trying to look for some decent and economical food around pj for some time now, and managed to get some thanks to your posts. keep up the good work!

  3. yum nice !!!! i love that ss2 place where the pig’s blood still kinda fresh and the SEA HUMP ! ilove SEA HUMP HUMP

  4. is dat at Chao Yang ?

  5. I still prefer the original Penang version one. *Tummy growling*

  6. Wahhh.. double n00b map goodness!

    Where the heck is “Lorong Setarus Tahun”? How much is a setarus? Bazillion Angellion?

  7. Dude, seriously… I think, soon enough, SS2 will round out of eateries for you to cover… lolz

    KY: believe it or not, I haven’t even been to half the restaurants at SS2!

  8. now im craving for some sambal belacan pulakk

  9. I will definitely check out the ss2 branch during my trip home

  10. The one at SS2 is not as nice as the ori but then again it is as close as you can get to the real taste….

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