Long live Malay Char Koay Teow! Another fail presentation, but taste wise? Superb!
Almost every single friend of my just can’t accept this type of Char Koay Teow. To them, it must be dry, and not wet, most important, it MUST be fried by Chinese. Well, try to be more open minded and be adventurous eh? If not, you will just miss out too many good food out there, and how can life be fun if that’s so? Live to eat, and not eat to live.
Maybe next time I should say, come lets go eat “wat dan hor“.
This time, it’s Abang Ismail Char Koay Teow, located just directly opposite of the big pink colored Bukit Mertajam Post Office.
Malay Char Koay Teow usually taste sweet. Although it might be thought as curry to some of you, but it’s taste totally different than curry. A usual small plate cost RM3, but how can that possible be enough for me? I usually order for the special version, which cost RM5, with extra egg on top and extra prawns. The prawns here are usually fresh and the size is quite big too.
Most people will tend to have some sour chili on top of their Koay Teow, which just totally enhance the taste of it.
As usual, I just love it. It taste so damned good, and I totally finish up all the gravy on my plate. Yummy! 9.0/10
Seriously, I despise you guys out there who say you love to eat and love good food, but dare not try, or don’t even bother to try this version of Char Koay Teow. Try it before you say you don’t like it!
Total Damage: RM5 for Special version
Operating Hours: 6.00PM till midnight
Location: Jalan Pasar, Bukit Mertajam