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Level3 2013-12-28
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last time i tried the Lorong Selamat’s. this time i was introduced to Tiger Char Koay Teow by Ken (by now you should who’s he la, lazy to link :/), which is located at the junction of Carnarvon Street and Melayu Street (Lebuh Melayu). he will only have like one plate of char koay teow per year, and 2013′s quota is 献给了我 XD awwwww.we had lunchy together few doors away from this Tiger Char Koay Teow, another koay teow, but soupy version. since we were here just to taste it, we ordered one ‘keh liao‘ edition with minimal koay teow.Tiger Char Koay Teow | RM 10okay, this plate of char koay teow certainly doesn’t come cheap at RM 10, but you get 6 HUGE fresh and succulent prawns! as well as the usual ingredients like cockles, bean sprout and chives. i think they skimp on Chinese sausage, don’t remember i ate any.anyway, i heard that Lorong Selamat’s has recently marked up their price, RM 10! and 3 prawns only! last time used to be only RM 7.50? my god.my Sulley cute mou ehehehehehehow does this fares? sorry, i still find Lorong Selamat Char Koay Teow tasted better. i guess the wok hei produced via charcoal cooking is more intense.however, if you do not want to queue and tolerate bad customer service, i would recommend Tiger Char Koay Teow. and it’s cheaper too, from RM 4. they offer duck egg char koay teow too! do keep in mind that the plate you see in this post is keh liao, we wanted more prawns, less koay teow. if you’re ordering normal version, please don’t expect to see as muchy prawns ar.have to warn first, later you say food blogger is con(wo)man, berry pandai exaggerate. :/lai, open your mouth, annant feeds you (virtual) char koay teow XD continue reading
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Tiger Char Kuey Teow is very famous for its fried kuey teow. It is located at Lebuh King.Fried Kuey TeowIt is one of the best char kuey teow in Penang. It is not too oily and has a lot of fragrant of the wok. Besides, it also served with big prawns. The prawns are so fresh and springy. The portion is enough for me. continue reading
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Tiger charkuay teow is a restaurant which is popular for its char kuay teow. Char kuay teowThis dish is the char kuay teow. The char kuay teow is full of wok hei. Very big chewy prawns are used. You can also see that there are a lot of eggs used for the kuay teow. This kuay teow is really tasty. continue reading
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Char Koay Teow, being one of the quintessential dishes in Penang, can be commonly found in any of the coffee shops within the state. However, getting a good one can be really tricky. Talk to any Penangites and the topic can be heated up real quick. Suggestions like Ah Leng Char Koay Teow at Dato Keramat, Lorong Selamat Char Koay Teow, Sister Char Koay Teow or even Siam Road Char Koay Teow will be popped up but little do I hear about Tiger Char Koay Teow.Along the ubiquitous food street- Carnavon Street, there is this infamous Char Koay Teow stall- Tiger Char Koay Teow, named after the owner "Ah Hor/ Tiger in Hokkien". It can be found in a coffee shop known as Ping Hooi Coffee Shop, sitting at the junction to Carnavon Street and Lebuh Melayu. The place will be thronged by patrons during weekends, be sure to grab your seat as early as possible or you might end up waiting for hours. continue reading
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