Street Food, Chinese Restaurants in Malaysia – 14 Restaurants
The braised beef is then topped on your chosen noodles with some soup broth. You can opt for either the thick or thin Wan Than Mee noodles.
Serves the worst char kuey teow ever in Penang & overpriced too. If you think char kuey tiaw can't go wrong in Penang, then try this stall at your peril !
Basically the Chee Cheong Fun looked like any normal ones you can get from the streets but this version had some surimi crab sticks and fresh prawns wrapped in them. Upon each order, these pre-prepared rolls would be dipped into batter and deep fried until golden brown. Prior to serving, you have an option of two sauces such as mayonnaise and KL rojaksauce.
He uses almost the same ingredients as the others but there’s one hidden secret. He uses charcoal and his high heat frying skills that I could hardly take a proper shot from his hyper motions.
Metro Café which was opened on 1 May 2009, located just within a stone’s throw away from Northam Beach Café. Walking through the pathway leading to the dining area, there were many accessories stalls selling costume jewelries, t-shirts and souvenirs.