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Telephone
016-269 2222
Opening Hours
Today
Closed
Mon
11:00 - 18:00
Tue
Closed
Wed - Sun
11:00 - 18:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Signature Dishes
Char Koay Teow Popiah Curry Mee
Review (11)
Level4 2016-06-03
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Service was unexpectedly fast. Decided to detour here after getting tau sa peah from Ghee Hiang. went for the non-spicy version of the char kuay teow and it came within 10 mins after ordering. and super suprised to see chinese sausages in it! Prawns were big, fresh and juicy. Love that it was fragrant and not the typical black CKT you always get in KL.  continue reading
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Level1 2015-09-23
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last time the noodle is dry and taste nice. today I tried it is not as well fried and also a bit more wet. standard have dropped. for the price they are charging not worth the money at all. will definitely not go there anymore. very disappointed. continue reading
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Kafe Heng Huat serves a variety of food which includes oyster omelette, fried kuew teow, popiah, and curry mee. Oyster OmeletteOyster omelette (o-chien) is one of my favourite. The omelette has a very strong egg flavour and it has a crispy texture at the side. The oyster is not that big but it is very juicy, sweet and most importantly fresh. It is best eaten with the chilli sauce which gives some soury taste to it. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-04
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Kafe Heng Huat 興發茶室 is a restaurant or cafe servings a wide range of chinese local Penang cuisines or in other words also can be said as Malaysia variety. Char Kuay TeowThis dish is char kuay teow. Big and fresh prawns are used to fried this noodle. Many beansprouts are added into it too. he kuay teow is also full with those "wok hei". However, the taste was a bit too salty. continue reading
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Level3 2013-10-13
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Can see from the photo, the Char Kuey Teow is the normal one compare with others, but It's expensive compare with others stalls Char Kuey Teow. It cost RM8 per plate with 3 big prawns with hot spicy. The taste quite not bad and try their 'O Jian' too, it's nice, but the restaurant just too hot in the afternoon, big sun and need more water. One more thing is the parking problem, make sure u found a parking and do not park a wrong way to block people car. continue reading
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