* This article was published in the New Straits Times (Northern Streets) on 2nd February 2011.

It’s been sometime since I last visited Kompleks Makanan Persiaran Gurney (KMPG). It is located along the Gurney Drive seafront promenade. It is small by any standard, and is occupied by a few Mamak hawker stalls. However, despite its size, this place has built a reputation for offering delicious mee goreng and pasembor, known also as the Indian rojak.

Edgecumbe Road Pasembor and Mee Goreng @ Kompleks Makanan Persiaran Gurney

Till today, the Edgecumbe Road Pasembor still dishes out a great plate of  the pasembor to its customers. There is a wide selection of specialty items besides the common ingredients that everyone can choose from to suit their appetite. The fresh and fried items are neatly displayed along with the prices clearly stated.

Edgecumbe Road Pasembor and Mee Goreng @ Kompleks Makanan Persiaran Gurney

Edgecumbe Road Pasembor and Mee Goreng @ Kompleks Makanan Persiaran Gurney

The pasembur ingredients are usually drizzled with the orange-ish spicy and sweet peanut sauce to offer a unique mix of textures and flavors. It is filled with strips of cucumber, sengkuang (yam bean), blanched bean sprouts, crispy bits of crackers, cucur udang (deep-fried prawn fritters),  slices of bean curd, hard-boiled eggs and boiled potatoes. For those who do not like the pasembor covered with gravy, you can consider having it serve separately.

Edgecumbe Road Pasembor and Mee Goreng @ Kompleks Makanan Persiaran Gurney

The choice of beverages are aplenty and I just adore the refreshing coconut drink  and the three layer iced tea. The latter has the comforting flavors of tea (top layer), milk and gula Melaka (palm sugar). Needless to say, the cool coconut drink is a great match to the food.

Edgecumbe Road Pasembor and Mee Goreng @ Kompleks Makanan Persiaran Gurney

Besides the pasembor, this food court also houses the Edgecumbe Road mee goreng stall. The mee goreng is fried moist with sweet and spicy chili sauce, together with boiled potatoes, bean sprout, spicy cuttlefish stewed in thick sauce and cucur udang (prawn fritters). Topped with crispy fried shallot and chopped spring onions, the plate of mee goreng is best enjoyed with a drizzle of  lime juice.

Edgecumbe Road Pasembor and Mee Goreng @ Kompleks Makanan Persiaran Gurney


The combination of pasembor and the mee goreng makes this place very popular. Click here for the Map Location.

Kompleks Makanan Persiaran Gurney (KMPG)
Persiaran Gurney
10250 Penang

Business Hour : 8am – 7.30pm

Closed on Friday

Halal Food

GPS Coordinates : N5.434161   E100.314981

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5 comments so far

 1 

Happy Chinese New Year to you and your family!

February 7th, 2011 at 1:29 pm
 2 

I love the mee goreng KEH LIAO here …. grab a few piece of cucur, beef and as them fry together

February 8th, 2011 at 11:18 pm
Alfred
 3 

ah i like the mee goreng here especially with the cow lungs

February 9th, 2011 at 2:56 pm
Dr Halim
 4 

mamak’s rojak is usually tasty but one most important thing to me is whether the food praparation is hygeine and confirm to healthy food handling standard. Most mamak stalls employed foreign workers and they never wear glove when praparing food for you. This is very unhealthy and can contaminated with ecoli…etc…think about this.

February 28th, 2011 at 10:55 am
niza
 5 

was looking forward to the pasembur but it was closed (last thursday).

December 20th, 2011 at 2:02 pm

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