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I’m a curry mee lover, but I am bias, I almost usually only love the Penang style curry mee, you know, those with coagulated pork blood, prawns, and sea hum. My favorite Penang style curry mee at Klang Valley is the one at Restaurant Okay, SS2.

note: This kopitiam is now a restaurant, no more hawker stalls

The KL/Ipoh style curry mee has always been playing second fiddle, and to me, almost always an inferior dish… until I tried this one from Blue & White kopitiam just behind Fahrenheit 88.

curry mee at Blue & White kopitiam
check out those cockles and chicken

The stall wasn’t a particularly busy one either, but I ordered a bowl of curry mee just to give it a try earlier this week. The lady asked if I wanted cockles, I told her yes. Cockles aren’t the healthiest seafood, but I like mine almost raw, I like them juicy, and that’s exactly how they serve cockles here, and in abundance too!

cockles and deep fried pork skin too, yums
deep fried pork skin too, yums

The RM 5 bowl of goodness also comes with a few pieces of deep fried pork skin, another heart attack inducing agent that I can never resist – very yummy. The broth is of course, curry chicken based, and the were ample amount of chicken pieces too.

A few pieces of tofupok and some long beans made up the rest of the ingredients, it was a hearty meal and one that was way above my expectations. Revisit, I shall!

petai and (very small) prawns at the "siu chau" stall
petai and (very small) prawns at the “siu chau” stall

By the way, the “siu chau” (小炒) stall at the same kopitiam also serves pretty good petai prawn that goes for RM 7 or so with an extra egg. It’s a bit spicy, and for sure will leave your pee smelling like petai for the next 2 days.

Bon Appétit!

map to Blue White Teow Chew Porridge Kopitiam

Blue White Teow Chew Porridge Kopitiam
Jalan Gading, 55100 Kuala Lumpur
GPS3.14622, 101.71415

Discuss : KY eats – Curry Mee at Blue & White, Bukit Bintang [Closed]

  1. Precious Pea

    Yummzzz!! I really miss bloody cockles.

  2. just had a thought: wonder whether putting petai in curry mee would work well! i think it could! 😀

  3. Have you tried the Curry Mee operating during breakfast/noon at the coffeeshop at Sea Park, behind Maybank? (where they sell the famous Nasi Lemak at night) You’ll see the difference fresh ingredients (including bloody cockles) make to a bowl of curry mee. 🙂

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