“Mamma Mia, Here I go again, My, my, how can I resist you ?” No, I could not, though I was slow to succumb.
Today’s memory scroll takes me to that old-time classic fried yellow noodle that was the specialty of Indian Muslims. It was my late mum’s favourite.
Her particular delight was found at the small garden-like annex adjacent to the old Cathay Cinema in Penang (now Mydin Stores). On many occasions, a trip to a movie at Cathay invariably culminated in a plates of fried Mamak Mee for her.
Penangites stake claim that they have the best Mamak Mee in the country but there is no lack of contending claims from elsewhere. Over the last 3 decades my taste buds have been tuned to the Singapore style, but I think the Penang version/s are still the best.
note : opening line is a pun on ABBA’s hit song “Mamma Mia”