Malacca – beyond Jonker Street

7. No Signboard Charcoal Fire Hokkien Mee
Cooked with charcoal fire this majestic, your plate of Hokkien Mee will have sufficient 火候!
Note: The Malaysian Hokkien mee is different from the Singaporean Hokkien mee. It is fried with dark sauce (think fried kuay tiao or black fried carrot cake), and is more fragrant with the thick yellow noodles. Unfortunately ours came with more bee hoon than yellow noodles, so the taste wasn’t the best. But when you get a mouthful of yellow noodles, the flavour would jump right at you, filling your mouth with the aroma of the yellow noodles that has absorbed the essence of the other ingredients.

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