Arguably the most famous (and delicious) street food in Malaysia, a plate of char kuey teow usually consists of essential rice strip noodles, soy sauce, belacan, prawns, cockles, bean sprouts and chives. Common adaptations include ingredients such as eggs and chinese sausages. Traditional char kuey teow is fried in pork fat, thus giving the dish the ultimate tagline of 'unhealthy'. Nonetheless, we suppose an occasional bite of this delicious dish wouldn't hurt anyone (badly). Check out these places in Subang Jaya for a good ol' plate of char kuey teow!
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