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11:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:00
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Char Kuay Teow
Review (2)
This is the home of the famous Robert's char kway teow (ckt). Majority of the customers are for him and during lunch or dinner except a long wait. However its well worth it. He remembers his customers and always makes as ordered. Unlike most places he won't make a fuss if you have any preferences. Quality and taste has not changed in the last 10 years I have been frequenting his stall.Besides ckt the economy mix rice stall is also famous during lunch time especially with the students who live nearby. Then we have the fried rice stall which is open for lunch and dinner. You can also find popiah, laksa, curry mee, prawn mee and kway teow soup here. Lots of varieties and all of good quality and taste.In terms of environment this is a typical Chinese kopitiam. It can get noisy and stuffy. It is clean but not spotless. Expect greasy floors. Definitely will recommend this place for a meal. continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-06
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Lunch time is really limited at my place so we cant travel far. This time, I went for lunch with dear at the restaurant nearby which is located at Seksyen 17. Around that area, you can find a lot of coffeeshop and this time we went to this one- Restaurant Say Huat which is also at the same area.As for me I ordered the fried koay teow. The fried koay teow is not bad. It is well fried and there is prawns as well inside. Overall I can say is not bad.. to be honest … not as good as Penang.. but at KL standard quality, it is still acceptable. It is fried with clams and Chinese sausage. the taste however is not as nice as in Penang but the koay teow which is being fried is still having some wok hei continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)