If our memories serves us right, this stall has been in business for a long while at the Tanjung Bunga coffee shop.
They have later on moved to a landed property (at the roadside before Tesco) around Tanjung Tokong area, before finally settle down at this shoplot along Burma Road (which is just a couple lots from Old Green House).
The duck blood pudding here does indeed enhance the flavours of their coconut milk soup base.
There are also multiple options of noodles to go with the creamy, sweet spicy curry soup.
We recommend checking out the sweet potato glass noodle for that silky bouncy texture.
Do go slow with the chili paste here though; it can be really spicy, drenching you with all sweats.
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Duck Blood Curry Mee
Operating Hours: Open daily 6pm - 1am, Close on Thursday
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Curry Mee is usually made up of a mix of yellow noodles and rice vermicelli in a bowl of spicy curry soup cooked with coconut milk.
This dish usually come accompanied with ingredients like tofu puffs (tau pok), prawns, cuttlefish, cockles and coagulated pig’s blood.
The pig’s blood are said to add flavors to the broth. There are also some stalls that replace it with coagulated duck blood instead.
The best way to enjoy a bowl of curry mee, is to mix well with a spoonful of chili paste to further enhance its taste.
Heads up! When it comes to food and experience, opinions varies from person to person. So please take ours with a pinch of salt.
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