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Ruyi Tomyam Mee On Macallum Street

Recently, I shared about the Xiang Xia Tomyam Mee and just lately, I found another nice tomyam mee near that area, not at Weld Quay but at Macallum Street (五条路), or simply known as 5th Road to the locals.

The place where the tomyam mee is at the cafe named Ruyi Cafe. In fact, the whole cafe only sells the tomyam mee and fried fish beehoon.

They have a variety of ingredient come with soup and noodle. You can pick normal soup (qing1 tang1) or tomyam and the cheapest starts from RM4.50. There’s fried fish, fish ball, shrimps, minced pork meat and shrimp meat for you to choose to add in your noodle.

Here’s my delicious bowl of tomyam noodle, picked Maggi as noodle and there’s fish ball, fried fish fillet and the shrimp meat (the local call it hair gor bak in Hokkien). This thing cost me RM6.50 and it’s good. The soup has a strong tomyam taste, not too spicy, yet it brings the sourness out and there’s a little bit of sweetness in it. It’s good.

If you ask me to compare with Xiang Xia’s. I like this more.

Ru Yi Cafe

32, Gat Lebuh Macallum,
10300 Penang.
五条路 / Gor Tiao Lor (Sri Saujana 隔邻)

Business Hour: 9.30am-10.30pm

Tel: 04-2624012

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