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Those who’s been following this space for a while should know that I’m a huge fan of curry mee, but usually for me though, curry mee is the Penang version that comes with pork blood, prawns, santan broth, and those sambal with a charred note.

Curry Mee stall at Sun Fatt Kee, Seapark
Curry Mee stall at Sun Fatt Kee, Seapark

However, being a food enthusiast with an open mind, I am always up to trying anything that is good, even tho certain dish may share the same name and hence, somehow has an unfair prejudice attached to it, from a cultural-location superiority complex basis.

Anyway, what I am trying to say is, there’s also awesome non-Penang curry mee. Especially this version at Sun Fatt Kee kopitiam, PJ Seapark.

The curry mee stall at this kopitiam has been serving up (according to many) the best curry mee this side of KL.

A bowl of this curry mee comes with your choice of noodle, perfectly prepared shredded chicken, tofu pok, long beans, bean sprouts, sambal, lime, and possibly the best cockles in any curry mee you’d find, from anywhere, and I don’t use the word “best” lightly.

curry mee with perfect cockles
curry mee with perfect cockles

Yes, a bowl cost RM 7, and yes, the portion isn’t big at all, but I’ll be damned if I don’t go over and order me another one pretty soon.

And this time I’ll make sure I get them with extra cockles!

I usually favors Penang style curry mee, but can't say no to this one
I usually favors Penang style curry mee, but can’t say no to this one

Teow Chew Porridge at Restaurant Sun Fat Kee

The same kopitiam has one of the better nasi lemak at night, and opposite it there’s the Soo Kee Ipoh kueh teow soup during the day time.

Address:
Jalan 21/11b,
46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

GPS: 3.109920, 101.622301

Discuss : KY eats – Seapark Curry Mee at Sun Fatt Kee kopitiam

  1. Ah, this is the Sisters’ Curry Laksa place….I like it a lot too but the next time you have it again, may I suggest you ask for the poached chicken (instead of kai si), very smooth and very nice…hehe! 😉 Only downer is that there’s no cooked sambal, instead they give you this ‘strange’ chilli paste that taste like those you eat with beef noodles (which they sell too)! >_<

  2. Love those cockles. No pig’s blood?

  3. KY, curry dish was good with so many things in it. Wonder if I could add clams and fish balls in it?

  4. kekeke rosberg

    walau eh, this is the first curry mee post in 5 years. Uncle is back uncle is back #currymeetoo

  5. I usually omit the cockles whenever I order curry me and CKT 😛

  6. You have to be careful of those “cultural-location superiority complex basis” biases 😉

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