Mee Rebus is a fantastic dish that can be found across Malaysia. It is made with egg noodles covered in gravy that is thickened with potatoes, and is sweet, spicy and slight sourness.
The dish can be garnished with your preferred choices, such as limes, chilis, bean sprouts and hardboiled egg.
The exact origins are unclear, however most people believe it was probably created in the northern states of Malaysia and then travelled south with the Indian traders.
Because of this there are many variations of Mee Rebus in Malaysia and other countries in the South East Asia region.
It historically was sold by Hawkers, the street vendors, who sold the Mee Rebus from two pots that they carried with them. These vendors would make the Mee Rebus to order.
Over time, and due to popularity, Mee Rebus is found in all food outlets, from the Hawker Stalls and Food Markets to Top Hotels and Fancy Restaurants!