Another popular food among BM people is the Hokkien Ta (Dry Prawn Mee) near Taman Sentosa. I still remember it as one of the earliest food I recommended when I just started to blog. It is also my sister’s favorite noodle, which she never misses for her Saturday breakfasts. A few days before the Chinese New Year we had our breakfast there, so here it is again. By the way, my sister wanted me to convey a message saying that you will always find her enjoying the Hokkien Ta at this coffee shop every Saturday morning without fail lol
The special things about the noodles are the noodle itself, which is self made by the stall owner, and the preparation method. Usually the Dry Prawn Mee in Penang are prepared by mixing dark soya sauce with some prawn noodle soup hence giving it a dark color. Here, dark soya sauce is not added at all, only pure prawn soup is used.