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Penang style curry mee is one of my favorite hawker food of all time, while there are a few places that offers this dish here in Klang Valley, they often lack the proper ingredients you would expect in the classic recipe.

Green Lane Noodle at Sri Petaling, sharing venue with The Roti Man Bakery
Green Lane Noodle at Sri Petaling, sharing venue with The Roti Man Bakery

Enter Green Lane Noodle – a fairly new outlet sharing the same shop lot with The Roti Man Bakery at Sri Petaling offering several types of Penang dishes, including curry mee, kuih teow soup, prawn mee, loh bak, and even the elusive Hokkien char.

The restaurant itself is located at the rear half of the shop lot, fairly basic set up, clean, and with air conditioning.

Penang style curry mee, with pork blood
Penang style curry mee, with pork blood

As a fan of curry mee, that was the dish I had to try, so I went for the small bowl (RM 9.50), which comes with cuttle fish, prawn, tofu pork, cockles, bean sprouts, yellow noodle/meehun, and the all important pork blood.

The santan base soup was on point, as was their sambal that carries a strong aroma with charred bits and shallots. I love it, this would be perfect with some mint leaves (maybe I should bring my own next time)

happy customer
happy customer

So if you can’t wake up for Okay kopitiam at SS2, or don’t want to deal with the classic kopitiam situation at OUG’s Sun Sea, this would make a very compelling place for Penang curry mee in Klang Valley.

I plan to go again, this time maybe to try their Hokkien Char.

map to Green Lane Noodle, Sri Petaling

Green Lane Noodle
Ground Floor, 117, Jalan Radin Bagus,
Sri Petaling, 57000 Kuala Lumpur
GPS: 3.071147, 101.693364

green lane noodle sri petaling menu

Discuss : KY eats – Penang Curry Mee at Green Lane Noodle, Sri Petaling

  1. kekeke rosberg

    I usually tapau and add two extra servings of my own better quality noodles, add homemade chilli sauce and other condiments now found at kopitiam #royale

  2. The pork blood gives a really delicious taste to noodles, good taste, is like black pudding.

  3. I think I’ll try the branch in Cheras (they have two) since you slurped the broth till the last drop! 😉 This place specialises in Penang noodles but why is there no Penang CKT offered? Tsk…tsk!

  4. Looks nicer in the photos.

  5. The price from 2010/2011 of RM4.50 a bowl increase to RM9.50 a bowl. 10% increase every year.

  6. You are so cute to think of BYO mint leaves, LOL
    Btw, Penang curry me got mint leaves? I thought only Asam Laksa put mint leaves?

    • kekeke rosberg

      Assam laksa is like the national treasure of Penang. Those who disagree are not allowed into the state, and people who are born there will have their residency revoked #realnews

    • Choi Yen: I grow mints at home ma. 😀

      And yes, in Penang most of them has mints.

  7. The portions here look very generous. Well done for getting to the bottom.

  8. This is a very promising looking curry mee! Thanks KY!

  9. what’s this – come to my neighbourhood never alert me (though probably i was still asleep when you ate here)! actually my home is a five-minute drive from this eatery, but i still haven’t checked it out yet 😉

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