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I loved the bit about having seconds. As a friend always says, "Excess is best!"



Gosh, I love your food porn!!! We're Malay & Singapore bound next month and will definitely review your archives for great tips. Thanks so much for sharing.


Delightfully sinful! :)


I love my mum's version of prawn mee. She makes her own sambal(without the belacan). I am obsessed with noodle soup, growing up in Malaysia. I can eat it every day and for every meal. If you have a chance to go to Malacca, they have the nyonya Assam Laksa. Spicy-sour...yum! Or try it in Penang.


Oh oh, I adore prawn mee! I used to have it every Saturday for dinner until the stall I usually go to moved to Cheras. Now all I have is just cravings for their prawn mee...


Hi Robyn, these pictures are torturing me, the noodles look incredibly good!


HI Robyn

Looks good. did you have yr prawn mee and 'kar lieu' extra pork ribs and prawns? :)


i must try to meet you one fine day. care to meet ?

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