Halal/Muslim friendly food outlets in Penang: Ayu Mee Udang, Teluk Kumbar

This is part of #RebeccaPenangHalalGuide. See full list here –> List of Muslim friendly food outlets in Penang by Rebecca Saw

Restaurant Name: Ayu Mee Udang
Address: 936B, Lengkok Kampung Masjid Satu, 11920, Teluk Kumbar, Penang, 11910, Malaysia
Tel: 04-6493881, H/p: 012-4652823
GPS:  N05° 17.316′ E101° 13.690′

Opening Hours: 1.00pm – 11pm daily
Website: NA
Halal Checklist:
Muslim Owned: Yes
Halal Certified: No
100% Halal Ingredients: Y
Cleanliness Grade – A
Serves Alcohol: N
Years of Operation: Not sure.
Extra Comments/Notes:
Prices are nett.


Teluk Kumbar is quite a distance from Georgetown but Ayu Mee Udang is worth the drive if you can spare the time and if you have willing company.
A standard bowl with a choice of kuey teow, mee hoon, mee or maggi mee or even fried rice plus 3 large prawns starts from RM14.00.
The Mee Udang Special is RM22 while the largest portion labeled “Mee Udang Mangkuk” is RM39.00.

Halal or Muslim friendly food outlets Penang Ayu Mee Udang, Teluk Kumbar-003

The key to this delicious bowl of noodles is the gravy. The stock was boiled with chicken, onions, potatoes, tomatoes, shrimps, eggs and more (understandably the workers here won’t tell me everything) for 3 hours until the desired flavour and consistency is achieved.
The lady I spoke to claimed that no spices were added nor any flavourings. All natural ingredients goes into the gravy, she had shared.

Although the gravy isn’t heavily infused with prawn flavour, we didn’t mind as it was tasty enough. Besides, the gravy is meant to be slightly thick and sweet, but not strong on the sea flavour.
The prawns are succulent and sweet. The lady told me that they get their catch fresh from the fishermen every day.

Halal or Muslim friendly food outlets Penang Ayu Mee Udang, Teluk Kumbar-004

The restaurant was empty when we arrived at around 4pm on a weekday. But as I observed over the one hour we lingered, business is actually fairly brisk with walk-ins and takeaway orders.
Another reason why we were so relaxed was because the outlet is so clean and quiet.
After a whole afternoon of driving around Georgetown and documenting my halal guide, we were just happy to savour our mee udang, sip our cold beverages and chat. Not a single fly was spotted throughout our visit and that’s says a lot, considering that the area is so close to the sea.

Last but not least, here’s a bit of direction should you get lost even with the GPS provided above.

Drive along Jalan Gertak Sanggul and once you see the Police Station on your left, turn RIGHT (into the lane opposite it).
Go on til you see the “Ayu Mee Udang” signboard on your right. It is a shoplot in the housing area.
Park by the side of the road and head in for your mee udang fix! 🙂
NOTE: Another popular choice is Salwa which is just a few doors down from the police station on the same side of the road.

Halal or Muslim friendly food outlets Penang Ayu Mee Udang, Teluk Kumbar

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This Post Has 5 Comments

  1. Sean Eat Drink KL

    ooo, would be interesting to see what/how much goes into the deluxe mee udang mangkuk for RM39. gosh, i know i’ve been to teluk kumbar before but now i can’t remember what for, heh 🙂 anyway, the prawn mee looks good, and the fly-free atmosphere is welcome!

  2. Siti Khatijah

    I’ve been here and I really miss this.
    Looks like they maintained the quality and quantity too.
    Your photos really made the prawn mee looks so tempting.

  3. Kellia

    Wow at the size of the prawns! And for less than SGD6!

  4. Anne

    Howdy, i read your blog occasionally and i was just curious if you would allow me to join in for your research/food trips? 🙂
    Great halal guide btw!

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