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Mee "Shiok" Rebus

By my queenstown on Tuesday, April 27, 2010 with 1 comment

Many residents from Queenstown recommended our team to try the Mee Rebus in Khong Guan Restaurant, located at Stirling Road, next to MDIS. For your information, this restaurant has no affiliation to the confectionary company that makes biscuits. We thought, "This shop is a bit messy, will the food be nice?" 

Khong Guan Restaurant in Stirling Road

Mee Rebus or boiled noodles in Malay is a popular traditional Malay dish. The dish uses yellow egg noodle covered with a spicy and slightly sweet gravy that is curry-like. If the hawker wants to sell a nice Mee Rebus, the gravy is very important. Some of the ingredients in this gravy include potatoes, curry powder, salted soybeans, dried shrimps and peanut. This dish is further garnished with a hard boiled egg, lime, spring onions, green chillies, friend shallots and bean sprouts. Mr Asri's Mee Rebus simply marvels!
A sumptuous bowl of Mee Rebus

Mr Asri has been selling Mee Rebus at Stirling Road for the past 7 years and he came from Commonwealth Avenue Cooked Food Centre with his sister. He recalled the days there where the rent is low and the shopping centre has attracted many shoppers to his stall. 

Open from 7am-4pm daily, he would prepare the ingredients the night before. He also sells Mee Soto, Mee Goreng and Nasi Goreng.
Mr Asri

Blk 49 Stirling Road where Khong Guan Restaurant can be found

Category: Makan Shiok



Anonymous said...
July 6, 2015 at 2:37 PM

food taste excellent, price are among the cheapest, and mr Asri speaks hokkien. thats awesome

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