Monday, October 13, 2008

Famous Char Koay Teow @ Pulau Tikus Market

Part 2 to the famous Lok Lok place is the equally popular Char Koay Teow here.
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The reason this CKT stood out among the rest in this land of Char Koay Teow was the ingredient which spun out from the conventional chicken eggs used in the frying process.
Instead, they used duck eggs in the CKT and voila, the plate of Char Koay Teow which costs about RM3.50 is irresistible to almost every Penangite I know
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They do serve pretty scrumptious prawns, don't they?
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So when you are done with your plate, and you know this RM2 can't buy you a second plate, what do you do?
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You order a bowl of Leng Chee Kang, of course!~
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Refreshing and definitely cool with the amount of 'rocks' in the soup, this is still not the best Leng Chee Kang i've ever had though:p
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Are you tempted?
Make sure you have at least RM6 to enjoy the above:)

**Oh, and be prepared to share tables...the crowd gets to you sometimes**

26 comments:

  1. At least this original CKT stall still taste nice. The one opposite PT Pulau Tikus no longer theirs. So the taste is totally out.

    As for Leng Chee Kang, the corner dessert shop in the Jelutong market is still the best.

    http://crizfood.blogspot.com/

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  2. Hie criz, the Mat Tou Yau Shop you mean? It's the best Leng Chee Kang? I thought it was on the average...hehe, individual tastes:)

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  3. samyeap6:27 PM

    no doubt, this stall still serves good CKT. They used to cook with charcoal but I think they are using cooking gas. Am I right?

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  4. Looks so yummy.

    I like AH Leng char koay teow most. Hehe... although it's quite pricey.

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  5. i like Char Koay Teow with 腊腸~~

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  6. eat with extra ingredients from the lok lok!!!

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  7. lunch time here and char kway teow is exactly what I am craving now :P

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  8. Oh I like this CKT very much too! The wait time is usually such torture though!

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  9. hie Sam, I am not sure but I thought it was still charcoal?
    Else it won't produce the wok hei, right?:D

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  10. allie, ooooo...Ah Leng? Yeah...the tourist-magnet:D

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  11. shell, oooo....that is more common in KL yeah:D

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  12. duckie...hahaha, that's what you do? :D
    I always keep them separate from each other:p

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  13. noobcook, ooops....I just got back after dinner...so just wondering, did you have CKT for lunch?:D

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  14. hey 550ml, really? Hehehe....I was there early, don't think my dear had to wait long:p

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  15. Ei, got CKT that's not that oily one to recommend or not?! *wink*

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  16. hehhehee... CKT + Duck egg is my hubby's top fav and Laksa too.

    HI Cariso, heard from my sis that there's one at Bawasah Rd where Norman Nasi Melayu is I think... at the corner - operated by friendly elderly couple. They used vegetable oil instead of lard and generous amount & reasonable priced. For her is tops bcos less oily and chilli is goood. Be there early bcos by 12 am is finished. I never tasted it cos I can't leave house earlier than that and I'm not in M'sia sometimes :-(

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  17. long time i never eat ckt, too oily la. i need to take care of my diet sometimes. im getting fatter and fatter, need to keep an eye on it.

    leng chee kang..... also long time never try. the one criz mentioned is not bad.

    and yes!!! you are tempting me again in the middle of the night!!!

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  18. Hie cariso, hehehe...you're like me ya...you don't like oily food:D
    I'm not too sure about that....most of the CKT are quite oily leh:p

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  19. hehehe Pixen, thanks for answering the question for Cariso:D
    Cariso, you should try that and I wait for your review yea!;)

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  20. hey allen, aiks...you should read when you're eating something:) Hahaha...

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  21. the prawns are kinda big hor??? so generous of the owner?! :)

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  22. Is this stall open in the morning or night? Better than Lorong Selamat CKT?

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  23. nkotb, yeah, the prawns are really big here...I am surprised too:p

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  24. hie food for tots, it's only open at night...
    I don't know about Lorong Selamat, I think that is really commercialized and also over-rated in price:p

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  25. Hey Pixen,

    I tak tau mana tu leh...need landmarks lah me. email pls! Christy pls help.

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  26. aiks cariso, I also don't know where is that famous ckt pixen mentioned but I know where is Lorong Selamat ler:)

    give me your email, and I will send you the directions;)

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