Been quite sometime since I last posted 'foodie' place and this 'Dirty Mee' is worth noting.
We were on our way to PD last week and depending on which part of PD you are staying the GPS may direct you to pass by Lukut town or go straight to the Teluk Kemang exit.
I told hubs to divert to Lukut, we needed lunch and as I can remember, we never had anything exciting for lunch at PD, other than KFC.
I searched in GPS for food - Asian - Chinese and found a couple. The name 'Dirty Mee' strikes !!! Voila... we found our way there.
Here's the address if you are not using Garmin Nuvi GPS.
It's directly opposite the old Chung Hwa school, just before the Lukut Market.
Let's see what's interesting in this old tattered shophouse..anyways, years before the recent development, Lukut was known as a cowboy town and the only attraction was an old ruins of Kota Lukut. Now, Lukut stands to benefit from the development around Port Dickson. It's an excellent stopover town for meals and such.
GPS only stated 'Dirty Mee' and so I walked in to the only coffeeshop in the block . Kedai Makanan and Minuman Mian Jiu and asked.. if this was ' Lar Char Meen ' ?????
the girl instantly knew I was a non-local.
Hubs asked why they were called 'lar char meen' , not a very nice name for a food place. Apparently, they were relocated from the very dirty old market. The name 'dirty' or 'lar char' stuck on but have made them popular.
Over here, you order your noodles, plain or dark and choose your soup of either yong-tau-foo/meatballs or seafood which is pomfret/prawns. We chose the yong tau foo/meatballs combo.
A sizeable portion for 3 of us and cost RM20 (inclusive of tea)
Verdict : Very authentic and homestyle !! Perfect place for a quick lunch and certainly better than KFC !
and most important, Ms Fussy Eater likes it too :