Hokkien Lo Mie Abeng & Sayangan 88 Palembang

Hokkien Lo Mie Abeng is originated from Palembang, just like Bakmi Aloi. It is located on the same street as Bakmi Asiong and Bakmi Khek. 20140818_072814


There’s a bell hanging on the roof with automatic sensor (see the pink circle on the picture below), which rings whenever a customer walks in. I think this is a very good idea. 20140818_073355The owner displayed pempek (traditional Palembang snack made of fish) and homemade soymilk on the table near the entrance. 20140818_072944

I wanted to try Mie Celor, but this menu is only available on weekends. 20140818_072958

I ordered a small portion of Lomie. The noodle tasted very rich, the soup is thick and condensed, and it contains many ingredients, including chicken, chasiu pork, shrimps, mushroom, bean sprouts and morning glory veggie. I prefer thin noodles to thick ones, but I managed to finish this bowl.

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There are old pictures and newspaper articles on the wall near the cashier table, which portrays the long history of this noodle shop back in its original city, Palembang.




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Lomie porsi kecil = Rp 26.000

Teh Tawar Hangat =  Rp 2.000

Total = Rp 28.000


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