Thursday, November 6, 2008

Dry Curry Mee @ BB Coffee Shop, Bayan Baru



One weekday morning, hubby and I went to BB Coffee Shop for our simple breakfast. Usually we ordered the same noodle dish, the wantan mee. But I'm getting bored with wantan mee recently, and the stall's wantan mee has been deteriorated over the past few years. So, ended up, I ordered a plate of dry curry mee.

The stall serve a wide variety of curry mee. Both dry and soup version are available. Furthermore, you can select any types of ingredients you like. I faced some difficulties to decide which type should I select. So, I just chose the one with common curry mee ingredients like cockles, tao pok, blood cubes, and cuttle fish.

This dry version of curry mee is a bit plain compared to the soup based curry mee. I couldn't taste fagrance of the coconut milk...only the curry paste smell. And it's too bland to my liking.

Err...after trying the dry version, I would say I prefer the normal soup based curry mee. :)

9 comments:

New Kid on the Blog said...

I like this stall dry curry mee! Good choice, pal.

Little Inbox said...

new kid, i prefer soup base curry mee le...the one at the Sunshine wet market there taste good.

Steven Goh said...

did u see my website banner hanging at this stall. hehe...

Dora said...

Hmmm... i have not tried dry curry mee before. Sound so interesting!

Little Inbox said...

Steven, this is a back dated post. I went there in Aug. I didn't pay attention wo...Furthermore I don't know who is "Steven Goh" yet, hahaha...Just know u mah.

Dora, this is my first try.

Allie said...

Agree with you that the wantan mee deteriorated...

I also find that the dry curry mee at this stall is so so nia. Maybe it just doesn't suit my tastebud. :-p

Little Inbox said...

Allie, I tried to post comments to your both blogs several times, but was not allow to do so. Did u disable the comment mode? Want to drop you an email, but no email found in your profile. Hopefully you can see my reply.

sgfoodlover said...

Dry curry mee sounds interesting ha.

Little Inbox said...

Sgfoodlover, thanks for dropping by my blog. Yes, dry cury mee is a bit unique as it's not so popular yet.

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