Klang Valley: Delicious Mali’s Corner Koay Teow Basar & Nasi Lemak – When we talk abou Char Koay Teow, we know it’s the fried flat noodle with Chinese-style soy sauce fried with cockles, eggs and beansprout, that’s the Chinese-style. How about the Malay-style? It’s almost the same, but it’s wet! Yeah, wet as in watery filled with gravy and they are delicious, believe me.
|See the queue!|
I’ve heard that Char Koay Teow Wet or Koay Teow Basah (Basah means wet in Malay) originate from Bukit Mertajam, Penang. I’ve tried a nice one in BM, but in Setapak, Kuala Lumpur, it seems to be a better one in my opinion!
|Queue for Nasi Lemak!|
|Nasi Lemak Ayam Panas, looks interesting.|
|Cheap also. RM4 for small, RM5 for big and Special is with extra shrimp and that’s RM6.50.|
Mali’s Corner is the name of the stall located near to TARC (Tunku Abdul Rahman College) which starts business at night, there’s another one outlet with a proper shoplot setup at Platinum Walk on Jalan Genting Klang too. Surprised to see that there’s a long queue for the Char Koay Teow Basah as well as the Nasi Lemak. The queue was not really long, less than 10 minutes can get my hands on a hot plate of Char Koay Teow. However, if you want to order Nasi Lemak, you have to queue again, so I’ve my friend Wei Lee queued for the Nasi Lemak and I queued for the Char Koay Teow.
They both tasted very well to me and I like both of it! The gravy for the Koay Teow Basah is thick, and very good aroma and it has big cockles! As for the Nasi Lemak, the rice has a nice strong fragrance and the deep fried chicken is crunchy to my loving.
Got to thanks Wei Lee for introducing me this place. =) By the way, I prefer this place @ Taman Bunga Raya then Platinum Walk because this is more authentic.
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