The ‘thick’ noodle is fried with black soy sauce under a fiery stove. It comes steaming hot. The taste of this noodle is enhanced with the accompanying spicy sambal belacan.
We had another bowl of Tai Loke Mee cooked in a thick soup …. tasted good especially eaten with a dash of black vinegar. Both of these noodles are comparable as good as those I used to enjoyed during my earlier years in Kuala Lumpur
We also had the Mee Suah Kor which is cooked the same way as the above Tai Loke Mee.
This coffee shop is right beside The Clark Hatch Fitness Center. In the morning, you get to savour the Stadium Curry Mee from the stall located in front of the shop. Directly opposite is Kafe Khoon Hiang, whereby the famous Ah Leng Char Koay Teow stall is located.
*** (Updated May 2015) The stall has since shifted to Kedai Kopi Lok Yen on Kuantan Road.