Hot Bowl White Curry Mee at Rangoon Road

The Hainanese poached chicken are extremely tender and juicy!

Hot Bowl White Curry Mee at Rangoon Road

Located along Ragoon Road, the Hot Bowl White Curry Mee is known to many as one of the best curry mee in Penang island. And we definitely won't deny that. If you're a hardcore fan of spicy food, you will find yourself coming back here pretty often.

Hot Bowl has been attracting locals and foreigners alike with its signature white curry mee.

Despite limited parking space in this area, the crowds have not been slowing down.

If you’re a hardcore fan of spicy curry mee, this is definitely a place you won’t want to miss.

Hot Bowl White Curry Mee at Ragoon Road
Hot Bowl White Curry Mee - credit: @e.liminated

Hot Bowl White Curry Mee

Unlike other curry mee in Penang, Hot Bowl’s curry mee has a lighter and clearer appearance as their soup is prepared with less coconut milk.

You can order the curry mee with regular ingredient or choose to have extra addons as per their menu options.

Hot Bowl White Curry Mee at Ragoon Road
Hot Bowl White Curry Mee - credit: @supersavourme

On every table, there’s a container filled with their signature chili paste.

Adding the chili will not only thickens the soup, but also enhances the overall flavour, spicing things up further for you.

Hot Bowl White Curry Mee at Ragoon Road
Hot Bowl White Curry Mee - credit: @_ponpeko_

Beside curry mee, the Hainanese poached chicken is another must have while you’re here.

The meats are extremely smooth, tender and juicy.

It comes served on a bed of cucumber slices, topped with soy sauce gravy, sesame oil, as well as spring onions.

p/s:We recommend complimenting it with a plate of blanched beansprouts!

Hot Bowl White Curry Mee


Contact: +604-2273168

Operating Hours: Opens daily 8am - 3pm, close on Monday

Address: 58 Jalan Rangoon 10400 Georgetown Penang

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.

Photo credit: @andychingho