Have you tasted char koay teow that contains large amount of pork lard?
I have! The oily fried plate of koay teow with strong wok hei taste gave warning signs to my heart but ohmy, it’s so good! The Fried Kuey Teow Special (RM 9.80 for a small plate) came in a big portion with a fair amount of fresh prawns and slices of Chinese sausages. I omitted cockles because I do not like them :P
Have I found the best CKT? Maybe!
I wouldn’t say the same for the bland-tasting popiah (RM 3.80 for 2 rolls). The wet popiah wasn’t wrapped tightly – we found the contents spilling all over the table while we tried to grab a piece with chopsticks.
There are varieties of char koay teow on their menu priced from RM 5.80 – 10.80 for a plate. Besides than CKT, they also have prawn mee, lam mee, fried rice, fishball and meatball noodles.
Goreng Kuey Teow Tong Shin is non-halal.
Goreng Kuey Teow Tong Shin
27-G, Jalan Puteri 2/6