I love to eat the Mee Goreng in Penang ever since I was a little boy. There was an Indian seller who used to cycle his cart around the city to sell. His frying was so good and tasty that I could still remember his face clearly until today. He doesn't look like mee goreng.
Over the years, many coffee shops around the island have sprouted up with famous Mee Goreng stalls from Bangkok Lane to Edgecumbe Road until Ayer Itam's roundabout. Never ask Penang Lang where is the best Char Koay Teow, Assam Laksa or Mee Goreng etc. Every single one would tell you all their very best & different answers until my confused tourists from Singapore ended up eating at Gurney Drive!! OMG! I really fainted cos I would never eat at Gurney Drive. My tourist still said it was so yummy. So sad.
There is a branch of the famous MEE GORENG from Bangkok Lane - Pulau Tikus right here in Petaling Jaya. He is from the same family member as the original stall in Penang.
This guy has relocated to Ming Tien's Food Court at Bandar Utama. My school mates have been eating from this stall continuously until I had to try it myself.
Wow! I was amazed by his non stop frying with so many orders! The smell was so heavenly nice amidst the loud clanking of his ladle. Kriok! Kriok! Kriok! Kang! Kang!! I was queuing up as the 30th customer! No kidding!
Finally! I got my order inside my own plastic box. I had to eat some right away as the smell was too good. The Wok Hei was there and yummy to eat it when really HOT! It's only RM6.50 for basic Mee Goreng.
***Please do not ask me when was this photo taken and whether everyone observed SOP or wore Masks or have taken their Vaccination Jabs and whether anyone had crossed districts blah bah blah.