Six of the best ‘char kuay teow’ stalls in the Klang Valley

Six of the best ‘char kuay teow’ stalls in the Klang Valley

PETALING JAYA, Aug 10 — Foodies all seem to agree that the best char kuay teow comes from Penang.

But do you have to make a trip up north every time you hanker for a plate of these noodles?

Our love for char kuay teow prompted us to hunt for places right here in the Klang Valley and here is our list:

Taman Melawis Char Kuay Teow

Lintang Gangsa, Taman Melawis, 41100 Klang.

Opening Hours: 11am-5pm, Closed on Sundays

Contact: 016-288 0530

Price: RM4.30 onwards

If you live in Klang, this is your go-to place for char kuay teow; this version is darker and “wetter” with generous amounts of cockles. Ask for a fried egg on the side.

If you live in Klang, this is your go-to place for char kuay teow; this version is darker and “wetter” with generous amounts of cockles. — Picture from Foursquare

Robert’s Char Kuey Teow Stall @ Golden Kim Wah Kopitiam

Jalan SS 20/10, Damansara Kim, 47400 Petaling Jaya.

Opening Hours: Daily, 7am-3pm

Price: RM7.50 onwards

Also a household name, Robert’s Penang-style char kuay teow is the real deal.

Every plate comes with thin slices of lap cheong!

Lau Wan Char Kuey Teow @ Medan Selera Wawasan

No. 13, Selera Wawasan, Jalan SS3/33, Taman Universiti, 47300 Petaling Jaya.

Opening Hours: 5pm-10pm, Closed on Tuesdays

Contact: 012-661 4907; 016-272 5122

Price: RM6 (Small); RM7 (Large)

Their Penang-style char kuay teow is pork-free and served with a unique homemade sauce. A steal for the price.

Their Penang-style char kuay teow is pork-free and served with a unique homemade sauce. — Picture courtesy of vkeong
Their Penang-style char kuay teow is pork-free and served with a unique homemade sauce. — Picture courtesy of vkeong

Aunty Gemuk Char Kuay Teow @ Restoran Jamal Mohamed

Restoran Jamal Mohamed, 24, Jalan SS5A/9, Kelana Jaya. (Opposite Wisma FAM)

Opening Hours: Daily, 7.30am-7.30pm

Price: RM6 (Small); RM6.50 (Large)

Also pork-free, Aunty Gemuk (which also refers to the cook herself) is a household name when it comes to char kuay teow in this part of Petaling Jaya. You won’t regret eating it.

Aunty Gemuk (which also refers to the cook herself) is a household name when it comes to char kuay teow in this part of Petaling Jaya. — Picture courtesy of FriedChillies
Aunty Gemuk (which also refers to the cook herself) is a household name when it comes to char kuay teow in this part of Petaling Jaya. — Picture courtesy of FriedChillies

Jalan Batai Char Kuay Teow @ Jalan Gelugor

Jalan Gelugor Food Court, Kawasan 17, 41150 Klang.

Opening Hours: 8am-5pm on weekdays; 8am-8pm on weekends

Contact: 016-949 8042; 014-6218 042

Facebook page: Char Kuey Teow Jalan Batai at Klang

Price: RM6 onwards

One bite of this char kuay teow and you will understand why it is famous. Must try.

One bite of this char kuay teow and you will understand why it is famous. — Picture courtesy  of Char Kuey Teow Jalan Batai at Klang
One bite of this char kuay teow and you will understand why it is famous. — Picture courtesy of Char Kuey Teow Jalan Batai at Klang

Restaurant O&S Penang Char Kuay Teow @ Paramount Garden

39, Jalan 20/14, Paramount Garden, 46300 Petaling Jaya.

Opening Hours: Daily, 6.30am-3pm

Contact 016-361 8383

Price: RM6.50 (with chicken egg); RM7.50 (with duck egg)

A plate of flat noodles cooked with sufficient “wok hei” and topped with cockles and fresh prawns. Enough said.

A plate of flat noodles cooked with sufficient 'wok hei' and topped with cockles and fresh prawns. — Picture courtesy of EatPlayEatPlay
A plate of flat noodles cooked with sufficient 'wok hei' and topped with cockles and fresh prawns. — Picture courtesy of EatPlayEatPlay

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