Jones Road Mee Goreng Restaurant

11-37, Jalan Pasar, Taman Pulau Pinang, 10350, Georgetown, Penang

  • kenhuntfood.com
  • 2013-07-10 00:00:00+00:00
One big reason why I prefer this stall of Mee Goreng over others is due to sweetness. I would prefer something not too sweet but flavorful enough. The noodles will be quite spicy for some so please do ask for less-spicy version upon ordering if you can't take spicy food. As for seafood lovers, they do throw in some generously sliced Cuttlefish for the extra bite. You would have noticed that the noodles were quite wet and moist as well; yes, the noodles were moist. It's just my personal preference that I prefer wet version of Mee Goreng over the overly dried version. Nevertheless, the Wok Hei still complemented the noodles well and it certainly enhanced the flavor of the entire dish. Thumbs up for this.
  • eatoutsam.blogspot.com
  • 2009-08-30 00:00:00+00:00
Normally after 4.00pm there were a large crowd around the stall. Some customers were sitting in their cars, standing around the stall and sitting along the edge concrete drain to enjoy the mee goreng.

Nearby

Wan Tan Mee House 云吞面之家 Restaurant

327, Jalan Burma 10350 George Town Pulau Pinang Malaysia

  • stevengoh.com
  • 2019-02-27 00:00:00+00:00
Overall, the taste of the wan tan mee was unique and the deep fried wan tan tasted crunchy and delicious. The price of the food here was considered reasonable too as the noodle portion and wontons were larger than usual . The drawback is the additional charge of clear soup which is usually complementary in other stalls. It is also not easy to find parking nearby as the road is a main road and parking is not allowed.
  • kenhuntfood.com
  • 2016-08-19 00:00:00+00:00
Potentially one of the most expensive Wan Ton Mees in Penang, Wan Ton Mee House's comes with a splash of own-developed Egg-gravy to be mixed and eaten with the noodles. On top of that, Wan Ton Mee House's rendition of Wan Ton Mee sees a serving of addictive Pork Lards, crispy Deep Fried Wan Ton/ Dumplings, dressed in a luscious gravy. The texture of the noodles was alright, but they could be more generous with the Chilies. Sambal will only be given upon request, which is a nuisance for chili-lovers like us. All in all, we thought the noodles were of decent-quality; definitely not something that we would want to go all out for it but neither do we against it.
  • kokcheehou.blogspot.com
  • 2016-08-02 00:00:00+00:00
Here's the location.

Go Noodle House - Gurney Plaza 有間麵館 Restaurant

170-07-02/03, Gurney Plaza Persiaran Gurney 10250 Georgetown Penang

The story of GO Noodle House revolves around the values of rela onship. At a dinner hosted by one of the co-founders in his humble home, the group of friends were impressed by the tradi onal ChaoZhou soup served by his mother. Using this family recipe, which evolved from the Qing Dynasty, as a base, the group of friends re ned the technique and set up the very rst GO Noodle House in 2014. Using superior pork broth, enhanced with premium yellow rice wine, as a base – diners can choose a variety of noodles and toppings to make a delicious and wholesome meal. A crowd favourite is GO Noodle House’s signature mi xian, which is made from pure rice our. The signature bursting meatball is also an ever present in almost every order. Aside from pork-based top- pings, guests can also choose to add on a wide variety of beef and seafood.

  • kokcheehou.blogspot.com
  • 2017-01-25 00:00:00+00:00
Here's the location.
  • kenhuntfood.com
  • 2016-11-28 00:00:00+00:00
An exceptionally popular and fairly casual noodle-specialist hailed from central Malaysia has recently expanded its business operations to Penand and has finally swung opened its doors to the public. Go Noodle House's first Penang branch is strategically located in Gurney Plaza (7th floor/ opposite to SenQ). Beelines of long queues have been spotted for the past few days. The brand has gained strong reputation in terms of quality and wallet-friendly price tags. Go Noodle House is also famed for its signature clear-soup noodles, finished with Chinese Wine. The no-frills restaurant offers a simple home-styled cooking menu that features two types of noodle dishes- Clear Soup and Pan Mee (available from Rm 9.90). We were certainly impressed with the food quality, but we thought their service level could be further improved (or perhaps, the restaurant is still new and the staff lacked of experience and training).