Mee Kahwin at Restoran Ming Huat

My Chinese New Year in Malacca involved plenty of eating – at home and outside – and this Mee Kahwin at Restoran Ming Huat was one of many things I tried. I’ve eaten the mee rebus here many times, as my dad in-law buys a packet for me each time he goes back to Malacca.

Mee Kahwin

According to him, this stall has been around for more than 50 years and still enjoys a long queue of regular customers. We were there at 11am and the noodles were almost sold out. Mee Kahwin is a combination of mee rebus and rojak ingredients such as cucur udang and taukua. It has a rather unique flavour – sweet, salty, sour, spicy and peanut-y altogether.

Mee Rebus gravy

That said, the noodles had quite a strong alkaline smell, which can be off-putting for many. Between the mee kahwin and mee rebus from this stall, I still prefer the latter. What about you? Have you tried mee kahwin before?

Restoran Ming Huat
Opposite of entrance to Portuguese Settlement,
55-C, Jalan Ujong Pasir,
75050 Melaka.
Opens: 9.30am-3pm
Closed on Fridays.

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  1. oooh, i think i’ve had this before, back when i was growing up in malacca. i remember loving it. i always wished there was more egg & potatoes & cucur udang, cos those were my three favorite components in it. and of cos, i loved the gravy. can’t find it in KL, rite? :D

  2. Mee rebus!!!!!!!!!
    Tats my fav….. I love d fried stuffff…
    So far d best mee rebus I had is in ho cheng yuen @ kl….
    But tutup kedai Liao….. Sad sad sad…
    Do u have any good ones in kl to recommend?
    Nope never tried mee jawing b4…

  3. wow that mee rebus does look very good. The gravy looks perfect. I have been searching for years for that mee rebus aroma and taste of my childhood in old Singapore. Have found nothing close in Singapore and Johor so far. I should extend my search to Malacca ;D

  4. It good.I still prefer the shop at padang temu mee rebus hassan . I heard it it his brother and it’s been around also the same time.

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