Moon De Moon Restaurant's name might sound a little bit weird and judging by the name itself one would not know that the shop is famous for Asian food, specifically famous for its dry curry noodle. However, this humble Chinese style kopitiam located quite remotely in the Kampung Simee did not deter some food lovers from going there to enjoy its famous dry curry noodle.
I always went there early in the morning on Sunday before the church service, but I heard that the dry curry noodle is selling like hot cake almost every time the shop operates; usually sold out before 11 in the morning. So, to avoid disappointment, it is best to go there early in the morning to get a taste of this tasty dry curry noodle.
Presentation wise, the dry curry noodle doesn't seems to look very "dry"; the curry gravy is on the thick side. I don't really see that it is mixed with some thick soy sauce that the dry curry noodle usually has; but then I think this is the specialty of this dry curry noodle. Some mint leaves are added as the dressing and the dry curry noodle is made complete with small slices of chicken.