Kuay Teow is just average. Was better when I tried it some time back. A bit nutty taste to it now. Expensive @ RM 6 for Big and RM 5.50 for Small.
The Char Kuey Teow is rather pricey for the quantity and location wise. There's nothing but the noodles, fried in their chili and egg with some cockles. 1 prawn for the SMALL plate and 2 for the BIG plate. You can get a better serving elsewhere.
Aunty gemuk that's what many called her. She used to be chatty & friendlier but nowadays she's kinda unfriendly . The koay teow used to be better I mean delicious & with generous amount of prawns,kuchai & cockles and the portion are fair. But nowadays hardly kuchai seen even prawns ,cockles too mia. The portion are getting smaller. Sad they... 更多
It's an average Char Kuey Tiew only. It's also too expensive. The plus side is not too oily. I got no ideas why they called it's Penang Fried Koay Teow? If it's considered a Penang CKT then it's a total failure!
I have eating Aunty Gemok's kuey teow for the longest time. There are good and bad days and it tastes somewhat better when Aunty herself cooks. Whilst the taste differs from day to day, visiting this joint during weekdays is best as it gives a glimpse of what used to be the best fried kuey teow in town! I guess... 更多