Originally, the mee jawa had beef as an ingredient but many locals – especially the Chinese – do not eat beef due to their religious beliefs. Mee Jawa is a variation of the Indian Mee Rebus, but there are other who claim that it is Indonesian in origin.
Jawa Mee @ RM2.50 wet version. The jawa mee gravy are made from chicken stock, Chili sauce and tomato paste are combined to make the gravy; when it come to boil, the noodles are added. The result is a plate of noodles with slightly sweet, sour and hot gravy that perks up your appetite.
(Middle of Wet market)
P.S.: This is based on individual’s taste and liking and if there’s any other further questions about this restaurant or the food, feel free to drop a comment. Thanks!