If you ever found yourself scouring the streets of Johor looking for authentic local delicacies found nowhere else in Malaysia, look around for Johor's Kuey Teow Kia, a noodle dish comprising of flat-rice noodles (hence the name) that are immersed in rich, savoury broth used for braising. That is the general concept for a piping hot bowl of Kuey Teow Kia but now that your interest is piqued, there is no where else better to get those bowl of decadent noodles than in Woon Kiang, a certain Chinese restaurant of Stulang, Johor Bahru.
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