Tag: char kuey teow
It is important to be willing to try all sorts of food as you can be pleasantly surprised.
The 'uncle' who used to operate in Damansara Heights is now operating a stall in Sen Kee White Coffee kopitiam in Taman Sri Muda, Shah Alam.
Made with flat rice noodles, a mixture of sauces, seafood and just a hint of vegetables, Char Kuey Teow is almost an institution in this part of the region.
Restoran Red Leaf dishes up a traditional plate of Char Kuey Teow minus the pork sausages that are replaced with fish cake.
Lim Guan Eng says there had been an oversight when the finance ministry lumped together regular and luxury seafood.
At Restoran Penang Corner, be prepared to get meatballs instead of prawns in your Curry Mee and fish cake instead of kangkung in your Prawn Mee.