Hailed as one of Penang's best featured food, the Char Kuey Teow has been deeply rooted within the Chinese culture in Malaysia. Now scattered all across the nation, possibly even throughout the continent (maybe even the world?), the Char Kuey Teow is without a doubt a national heritage, culinary world wise. Typically fried in a wok with dark soy sauce under a constant flame, using flat rice noodles that has both a smooth yet chewy consistency, shrimps, eggs, beansprouts, cockles and occasionally Chinese sausage slices are added into the fray. The result? A dish loved by everyone. And having said that, here in Klang, we do our level best to show you where exactly to best find Char Kuey Teow. So hop on, and away we go!
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Thank you so much for the rating. Liked what you read? Like or share it to your friends!Here in Angcle Peoh's, one can partake in a decadent plate of Char Kuey Teow which will bring patrons on a gastronomical reminiscence of the famous Penang Char Kuey Teow. Fried to perfection, every plate of Char Kuey Teow under this roof exudes the necessary amount of "wok hei" that brings out the best in the dish. Slightly spicy and rather moist, a tell-tale trait of Penang Char Kuey Teow, this particular flat rice noodle dish is accompanied by fat juicy sprouts and green chives, as well as plump, succulent shrimps and briny cockles. A banana leaf sheet is used as layering to ensure excess oil is soaked up while accentuating the overall fragrance of the dish.More info
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Having relocated all the way from it's previous base of operations, Seng Lee Restaurant in Kuala Lumpur, this particular Char Kuey Teow stall is still going ever strong as loyal fans and prospecting patrons alike flock to this joint for their fix of Jalan Batai's famous Char Kuey Teow. Full of "wok hei", the Char Kuey Teow is more inclined to the drier side of the spectrum but it's all the more delectable as a result. Fragrant is one way to describe its aroma but no words can do it justice in terms of how it tastes. Served with a couple of plump, succulent shrimps, cockles, beansprouts and chives along with eggs, this mildly spicy fried flat noodle dish is truly a gastronomical delight worth every penny.More info
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