Mee Goreng (Fried noodles in Malay) is a one-dish meal of fried noodles. Some sources attribute it to the Muslim Chulias of Madras who popularised the dish. The dish is associated with the Indian Muslim community in Malaysia and Singapore though it can often be found at Malay hawker stalls and restaurants.
Some stalls fry the mee goreng with anchovies (ikan bilis).
In Penang, mee goreng gravy is added to the dish, and dried cuttlefish in the gravy adds a distinctive taste.