Mali's Corner: "Best Halal Char Kway Teow!" Kuala Lumpur Restaurant Tip by liveactlife

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This place is a favourite hangout place from college students nearby. It's located by the roadside, in a residential are, in front of a row of shoplots. At first, the stall is the only stall there, but since it is very popular, the other stall were set up. Thus, the area became a so-called 'food court' with the other stalls mushrooming.

The stall only opened late in the afternoon, around 5 sth up till midnight. it's only closed on Sunday. But expect to queue for the main dish there i.e. char kway teow and also 'nasi lemak' during peak hour from 8-11 pm.

Favorite Dish: I love its signature dish, char kway teow. Yeah, its origin is a chinese dish. (we could see it as popular chinese pasta. char is fried, in chinese, i suppose. sort of charred(?);)) but, since it is halal, it's a better choice. You could have either small or large servings. The price is different, naturally.

the kway teow is fried with eggs and other seasonings (i do not know), plus some big prawns. you could ask for fried eggs (bull's eye) for an extra charge of 50 cents. really, you should try this! nothing could be compared with this char kway teow. Only Ipoh's authentic one could beat this, i guess!

Address: Taman Bunga Raya, Wangsa Maju
Comparison: less expensive than average
Directions: To the outsiders, I suggest you to take a taxi from Wangsa Maju LRT stn.
It would only be a 3-mins journey. Or just ask ask the locals. Mention the stall name.

Price: less than US$10
Rating: 4
Theme: Street Vendor

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Sep 6, 2006
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