Lean Gaik Hokkien Mee @ Chai Leng Park

Jack and I dropped by this shop for hokkien mee at Chai Leng Park when we were on the way back to Sungai Petani.
Lean Gaik Hokkien Mee, the specialist for Hokkien mee in mainland. Other side dishes are also available here, like lor egg, mantis prawn, roasted pork, Hokkien fish ball, etc.

Hokkien mee, ordered by Jack. The ingredients included fish cake, “char siew”, prawns, lor egg, kangkung, bean sprouts, and garnished with crispy deep fried shallots. The thing that I like about this shop is I can add as much as chili paste I want. 🙂 The chili paste is available at each table.

I prefer thickened broth, so I order Hokkien lor mee. The ingredients are the same as the Hokkien mee, except the crispy shallots. Just wonder whether they have forgotten to add it in 😦 .Both regular Hokkein mee and Hokkien lor mee cost for RM2.50 per bowl. The serving is small like other hawker’s serving.

We also order some side dishes, lor eggs were one of them.

Hokkien fish balls- big size fish balls, cost for 50 cents per piece.

Chicken poh piah.

The bill cost for RM11.50 for the above food. I rate it as average. My mum’s home cooked Hokkien mee is much more delicious, hahaha…


9 Responses to “Lean Gaik Hokkien Mee @ Chai Leng Park”

  1. yammylicious* Says:

    long time i nv eat hokkian mee d =( but thn y the hokkian mee in not in blac?! is prawn noodles o?!

  2. Christine Says:

    o my.. I love hokkien loh mee!
    delicious looking!! *slurp*

  3. Sugar Bean Says:

    Hmm… Hokkien mee is known as prawn mee in kl. In kl, Hokkien mee is another black coloured noodle. Funny why there’s a different name right? Anyway, I enjoy eating prawn noodles a lot!

  4. ai wei Says:

    i enjoy prawn mee too! but from the pics, i find that the one ur mum made would taste more delicious!

  5. Wai Wai Says:

    Not for me…….. high cholesterol mah…. i’ve been taking cereal daily to get rid of my bad choleterol, one of these days maybe….

  6. New Kid On The Blog Says:

    🙂 I blogged about this before. Do you find their soup base a bit too sweet??

  7. daphne Says:

    i was actually wondering why the hokkien mee looks red, then I realised it’s also called prawn noodles! That makes sense now.. hahha. for that price, it’s wonderful!

  8. Christy Says:

    Hokkien fish balls? As opposed to Teo Chew fish balls?:p

  9. Nicholas Says:

    OMG! I AM A HOKKIEN MEE FAN! chai leng park is where wherE?

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