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Loh Mee, one of the few hawker dishes that can mean different dishes at different region in Malaysia. Today, we’re going to concentrate on one particularly unique Northern version of loh mee found at EUPE Food Court in Sungai Petani.

Eupe food court Loh Mee stall
Eupe food court Loh Mee stall

For those who aren’t familiar with EUPE, it is this huge food court occupying 28 different shop lots joined together in Sungai Petani, and as you can imagine, it is quite big in size. The modus operandi for most stalls here is by self-service, which can sometimes bit a bit inconvenient, but that’s.. er.. life.

be sure to ask for dark vinegar too
be sure to ask for dark vinegar too

The loh mee stall here specializes only on loh mee, but it does come with three different main ingredients to choose from – loh bak, chicken feet & mushroom, or fried fish.

The queue for this stall is often long (second only to the curry mee stall), but the reward is absolutely worthwhile. Theย  broth is thick and flavorful, with the loh bak giving it that extra omph you don’t find in other versions of loh mee. There’s also half a hard boiled egg, bean sprouts, fish cake slices, and your choice of yellow noodle or meehun, with chili, garlic, fried shallots, and green onion, and a dash of vinegar making up the rest of the ingredient list.

A delicious treat for sure, and all for less than RM 5 per pop.

yeap, there's loh bak in this loh mee
yeap, there’s loh bak in this loh mee

If you find yourself at Sungai Petani, do give this a try.

map to Eupe food court, Sungai Petani

Eupe Food Court
Jalan Gamelan 5,
Taman Ria Jaya,ย 
08000 Sungai Petani, Kedah
GPS:ย 5.652733,100.517535
Hours:ย 9 am till around lunch time

Discuss : KY eats – Loh Mee at Eupe Food Court, Sungai Petani

  1. RM5 only? Gee! That’s cheap. Been a long time since I was in SP – not been there since my girl finished her studies.

  2. Ah, so the northern version of loh mee comes with loh bak? ๐Ÿ˜‰ Never had that before. The ones here is usually with prawns and shredded chicken.

  3. I am rather fond of a bit of acidity to a dish – more vinegar for me, please.

  4. i’ve never been to sungai petani, but this place sounds like it’d be one of the favourite makan places for many residents ๐Ÿ˜€

  5. kekeke rosberg

    wah look that loh mee sauce…. one day i will bath my whole body in it…. some day… some day #delicious

  6. I usually don’t like starchy food like this, hehe ๐Ÿ˜›

  7. woah their loh mee look slightly diff. but maciam keat eh

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