Monday, January 25, 2010

The Good Old Traditional Way of Char Kuey Teow


  
Sibu too, have their very own version of Char Kuey Teow. The mandarin description on the signboard indicating : Char Taugeh (Bean Sprouts) Kuey Teow. The stall is located in Aloha food court and judging by literally at least a plate on each table, you will know how well known their Kuey Teow is. When i was a primary school pupil, my father used to pack this version of char kuey teow very often for me. I still remember the "Da Bao" version usually been wrapped with newspaper. It is said that this method can actually keep the food warm.

  
Do not expect fancy ingredients such as cockles or prawns as in the Penang version. Our Char Kuey Teow is just as simple as how it should be. A lot of bean sprouts been fried together with egg and covered on the top of Kuey Teow. You have to mix the egg, bean sprouts and kuey teow with each of your serving. Lets us savor the very traditional way of Char Kuey Teow as much as how our parents used to enjoy it.

A plate of the medium portion is only priced @ RM2.50. ^^ 




4 comments:

kenwooi said...

i miss char kuey teow! =)

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suituapui said...

Ya...ours is simple and nice in its own way. But our kway teow is thicker and coarse - I prefer the fine, translucent and softer ones in West Malaysia...

woaini_87 said...

i wan eat char kuew teow TOO....

Charles said...

To Kenwooi : You are not in Malaysia then

To STP : The west malaysian one...the thin, softer one..i prefer it in soupy version lol

To Woaini : go go and grab one..lol

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