Yes,despite the good highway system,their wide roads in Malaysia also clog during public holidays.We left Butterworth via bus at around 1:30pm so the congestion was not much of a problem.We arrived in KL at around 6:30pm,an hour more than our actual trip on the way to Penang.We decided to make a last ditch attempt at Malaysian food since our Airphilexpress flight back to Manila was at 11:55pm.
last ditch attempt to try Malaysian Food at Petaling Street: SPICY PAN MEE
Mee Goreng (Hokkien Style)
"This dish is a signature Penang-Indian-Muslim food that has garbered many fabs all over.Also known as Mee Goreng Mamak,this dish is unique because of its thick spicy tomato gravy which the yellow noodles are fried in.Unlike other fried noodles,this version does not contain prawns or fish balls.Instead,it has spicy stewed squid,diced boiled garnish of finely sliced lettuce,crunchy fried shallots and a slice of lime.
The lime,squeezed over noodles,balances the heat from the gravy and adds a hint of tangy goodness to this irresistable dish.For a plate of extra special Mee Goreng,order the Mee Goreng Ayam,which is the basic Mee Goreng fried with huge chunks of crispy fried chicken.This hearty dish come at a price of RM3.50 and above."
Spicy Pan Mee
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