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    Penang Fried Kuey Teow

    Location : Corner coffeeshop facing USJ 17/1

    Time : 11.00am

    Date : 20.4.2013

    Price : RM 4.50

    Remark: Has everything except 'lard'.
    Have A Nice Day

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    For anyone who may want halal CKT, USJ 7 warong area 6th lot from the furthest end lot, only evening onwards. Big chubby chap, but very friendly fellow. RM 3.50 for plain.
    OK, wont argue with people insisting its better with some added ingredient. Free world to choose your pick. Cheers!

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    You guys want GOOD CKT in SJ/USJ ... just go to PARKWAY @ SS19/6 ... once makan ... GUARANTEE your doctor will "swear" at you for not looking after yourself ....
    Everyday is a good day for GOOD FOOD and a GOOD LAUGH

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    Quote Originally Posted by currymee View Post
    You guys want GOOD CKT in SJ/USJ ... just go to PARKWAY @ SS19/6 ... once makan ... GUARANTEE your doctor will "swear" at you for not looking after yourself ....
    Were you referring to uh .. this?!?







    I was there this morning. Haven't been to Parkway in a while now. Whaddaya know, prices have increased again !! RM5 small, RM5.50 big for most items sold. Used to be 50sen cheaper. Thankfully, it's still RM5 big for a plate of the above, at least for now.
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    The above is not Penang style ...the black kuey teow is KL style.
    Try this KL style kuey teow in Taman Sri Sentosa (off old Klang Road)... really good stuff
    It is a fried kuey teow stall in Kedai Makanan Pacific at the shops surrounded by the SriSentosa walk-up apartments



    He does it with the fried egg intact on one side of the kuey teow, and lots of fried pork lard

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwchang View Post
    The above is not Penang style ...the black kuey teow is KL style.
    You're right, Chang.

    This is authentic Penang charkuehtiau. Padang Brown, Penang. RM3.50. Done just right. All the time. Damn!




    It was so good I ended up having three plates (small) in addition to a bowl of laksa and an order of ABC topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Penang sure isn't good for my waist but you know that already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kwchang View Post
    Try this KL style kuey teow in Taman Sri Sentosa (off old Klang Road)... really good stuff. He does it with the fried egg intact on one side of the kuey teow ...



    Must go check it out when I'm in the area. I especially like the "fried egg intact on one side" concept.

    Quote Originally Posted by kwchang View Post
    .... and lots of fried pork lard
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    Quote Originally Posted by currymee View Post
    You guys want GOOD CKT in SJ/USJ ... just go to PARKWAY @ SS19/6 ... once makan ... GUARANTEE your doctor will "swear" at you for not looking after yourself ....
    This morning, I brought my mother, family and siblings there. The CKT is indeed very good! Thank you very much for the recommendation.

    By the way, any recommendation for good fried Hokkien Mee in USJ or Subang Jaya?

    Haha..sinful food for these couple days....
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    KWChang is right too - the fried Hokkien mee at USJ Taipan is good too.

    The "best" and most expensive I have tried is at Bangsar Village II - REUNION ... RM16 per plate per pax (a few years ago) but really ho-liow (as in the garnishing - prawns etc ... )
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    Quote Originally Posted by ungkb View Post
    Location : Corner coffeeshop facing USJ 17/1

    Time : 11.00am

    Date : 20.4.2013

    Price : RM 4.50

    Remark: Has everything except 'lard'.
    U mean the coffeeshop behind Sri Melur?
    If yes, the CKT there is not bad.. no lard but taste better than a lot of CKT stalls in Subang/USJ... The husband and wife team has been running the same stall for at least 10 years. The husband fries, the wife serves. And she's chatty and friendly and always dressed young...

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    Another husband & wife selling Penang Char Koay Teow at the corner coffee shop at USJ 14/1L. With everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ungkb View Post
    Another husband & wife selling Penang Char Koay Teow at the corner coffee shop at USJ 14/1L. With everything.
    But their portions are small and expensive! The husband meticulously counts the "strings" of hor-fun to ensure you won't get an extra 'string'!! Sometimes he accidentally puts in more and very quickly removes them before the wife starts frying!

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    I would like to recommend the CKT stall at Wong Shun Kee kopitiam in SS14 (The corner shoplot hosting the famous LFC)

    The stall proprietor Lim is now using lard to cook the CKT. He is quite generous with the serving portion.
    Go early as it usually runs out by mid morning.
    The CKT goes down well with the kopitiam's kopi O or teh si.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charbroiled View Post
    But their portions are small and expensive! The husband meticulously counts the "strings" of hor-fun to ensure you won't get an extra 'string'!! Sometimes he accidentally puts in more and very quickly removes them before the wife starts frying!
    Exactly my observation too! the husband's job is only counting `strings' & collect $$. Why so `kiam siap' on the portion when ppl pay them dearly for a plate of CKT that can't fill up their stomach

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    Ckt - usj 16

    Location : USJ 16 (corner coffeeshop)

    1.Lap Cheong (Optional)

    2.No lard
    Have A Nice Day

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