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Mee Kahwin at Restoran Ming Huat
February 16, 2012

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.

7 Responses

  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? 😀

    1. Bangsar Babe

      Malacca boy! 🙂 Ya…I wished they gave more cucur udang.

      Yup, only in Malacca, this mee kahwin. 😉

  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…

    1. Bangsar Babe

      KL you should try Mee Rebus Rosli or Mee Rebus Dang Wangi.

  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

    1. Bangsar Babe

      Yes you should! 😉

  4. Gilbert

    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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