Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Nelson's Fried Kuay Teow @ Salak South Garden Market.

Nelson is a tough looking guy with his name tattooed on his left arm.

He fries a plate at a time Kuay Teow with his noisy clanking ladle/turner and well controlled strong spewing flame from his portable gas stove.

Strategically located in a makeshift stall at the open air Salak South Garden market.

His wife doubled up-selling fresh sugar cane juice to go with his CKT !

Open from 8 a.m.- 4 p.m.

Lunch time is very HOT !

Parking is bearable.

Char Kway Teow-flat rice noodle fried with beansprout, Chinese chives, egg and sliced fish cake with lard oil, light and dark soy sauce ( cockles are available)-served on a piece of  banana leaf (for more aroma)-good wok hei-a bit charred-too oily to my liking-Rm4.20/


Small Kucing said...

been there once and never been there again...forgotten the reason. I still think the one at brickfield is still the best. Now shifted to the corner shop Yit Seang/LIDO Hotel

foodbin said...

Small Kucing-average only but very good business.