Sunday, July 25, 2010

Char KwayTeow


I like my Char Kway Teow (stir-fried flat rice noodle) to have lots of crunchy beansprout, kow choy (chives) with extra fresh succulent prawns, no chillies, no cockles, less oil, a dash of pepper and a hot teapot of Pu'er tea to wash it down !

Rm6/

10 comments:

smallkucing said...

where? Home fried? The taugeh looked delicious

J2Kfm said...

Why got RM6 one? Self-cooked or bought?
I like chillies, though ... LOTS of it.

thule a.k.a leo said...

it seems like home cooked.. but RM6?? Your wife charged you for the dish?? LOL

Stephanie said...

Wow that looks super delicious! I love lots of beansprouts too. And those sprouts look really nice!!

RicoLisi0802志竹 said...

要像鐵鎚和釘子一樣,永遠向著定點努力。..................................................

eugene said...

You know bro,i still prefer Char Koay Teow minus the egg, i guess it is because i reckon the eggs just overpower the taste of the real taste of char koay teow.

Alice said...

That looks really healthy and delicious! I'd like to try that, but with chilli! : )

Selba said...

One of my favorite food on earth! :)

foodbin said...

I ate it at a stall in a corner coffee shop at SS3/59E behind the Taman Bahagia LRT station-the old lady have retired and the stall is now taken over by a husband and wife team. As for the price of Rm6/ it is because it was big portion with extra 8 shrimps

Stephanie said...

Thanks for the info! I will definitely go try one day. I just came back from Penang. I had a memorable CKT there :-D yum yum...