38 responses

  1. chingy
    March 20, 2008

    Wow, tak pernah makan.

  2. jesie
    March 20, 2008

    I will have to travel 16,000 km each way to eat the char koay teow. Kasihannya!

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  3. Prim3
    March 21, 2008

    Is it spicy? Malay food is always spicy :P

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    Spicy your head, read carefully la :P It’s sweet of seafood flavor

  4. Prim3
    March 21, 2008

    Hey.. why isnt my gravatar showing? then wat’s the purpose of having the plugin? :P

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  5. Terence
    March 22, 2008

    y do u always have to make me so hungry??? :((((

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  6. BillyWarhol
    March 23, 2008

    More awesome Food* The top Pix look Tastiest* ;))

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  7. jason
    March 24, 2008

    Basah ah? Those we find in Ipoh one are modified then… cos they’re dry like the Chinese version. Maybe they follow the Chinese’s way…

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  8. Bibombio Tay
    March 24, 2008

    aiyo…. not Loh Kuey Tiaw meh?? Loh mee ??

    but.. according to the law,
    the noodles got curry for sure got egg
    hokkien uai!
    chiak hun chio + nui = pang sai tiao hue(blood)

    sorry not to pour cold water
    anyway, belum cuba belum tau rasa.. :p

    Hmm.. I don’t really know what you are trying to say…. LOL

  9. wmw
    March 24, 2008

    This is something that I must try when I’m visiting!

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    YES you must try it!! Else your visit to Bukit Mertajam will not be complete! LOL

  10. Sugar Bean
    March 24, 2008

    Haven’t try this before. Seems like this would be another must-eat food in our list! Thanks for introducing!

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  11. Fussyeater
    April 6, 2008

    Check out the Koay Teow basah in Kampung Makam if you like malay version of Koay Teow. Most people in PG who likes Koay teow basah likes the one near USM, i like it here. The not good part is the waiting part.

  12. 6*Ben
    May 9, 2008

    Never try this stall char koay teow, but has tried few stall in Penang, Kulim and Alma is not bad, normally eat two plate once. Char Koay Teow Basah really different from Chinese once, it very taste, but quite expenside.

  13. Pauline
    June 16, 2008

    Whereabout is this wet malay CKT. Pls give me some diections. TQ

  14. Pauline
    June 16, 2008

    Pls give me direction to famous malay CKT TQ

    vk: It is opposite BM’s Post Office.. or next to the court house.. or across the road from AK-RIA (something like that).. you can easily find it no problem.. go in the evenings.

  15. gigglebutt
    June 22, 2008

    I brought my friend from USA to Abang IS and another store in Alma (close to Wonderful Minimarket), he liked the one at Alma better!

  16. rainee
    October 2, 2008

    the keow tiao is nice but the place is very dirty//

    vk: Agreed, lol. I think it’s better to be there early in the evening to avoid some ‘stuff’ if you know what I mean haha

  17. chuckiesd
    October 8, 2008

    Woow…i’m soo miss with Char Koay Teow…i will get it this night….so delicious.

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  18. rachel vian
    December 13, 2008

    my god..I miss BM very much..this Malay CKT is always my favourite..

    vk: Me too.. I miss BM now. Nowadays my stay in BM is 3 days long at most.. can’t wait for CNY.. then I can eat and blog more BM food

  19. bmcola
    December 15, 2008

    this is the best malay char kuey teow in bm town. i luv it!

    vk: Yeap, I agree

  20. tcboy
    December 30, 2008

    tis char keow tiao last time dun hav shop 1
    just beside tis shop, the lorong there.
    its very nice, but not every1 can tahan the looks of the food
    its like very…. geli
    even some of my bm fren also cannot tahan

  21. jan
    March 25, 2009

    char keow teow mutiara kampung pantai dalam lagi best

  22. noranisa
    April 8, 2009

    nak tau camane cara2 nk masak char koay teow

  23. Hanim
    May 4, 2009

    I have never tasted this Malay CKT in BM, but I have done so in Ghulam Mee Goreng restaurant in Sek 7 Kota Damansara, PJ. Some flashback stories of CKT basah –the 1st time I ordered Malay style CKT was during Pesta Pulau Pinang in early 2000, I also thought I would get the usual dry CKT. Terkejut juga when it came looking like mee bandung!
    Anyway, back to Ghulam Mee CKT basah, yes siree it is SEDAP and it looks just like the 1st pictue in your article. Those who may not have the opportunity to go to Bkt mertajam, why not give a try at Sek 7 Kota Damansara – it is open air dining and those who crave for Penang style food, you can get mee goreng mamak Ghulam, CKT basah, laksa Penang, mee rebus, burger, satay etc.

  24. bm kaki
    May 12, 2009

    tested good but not recommended daily as it over fry and may cause cancer.

  25. Hong
    May 29, 2009

    bro, when you back to bm, try the one at alma, near the wonderful supermarket, in front of Honey Bakery, that malay CKT slightly better abang is, abang is taste n quality gone away recently, not the taste i had while they operate their CKT on the dark lorong opposite! taste the different between alma n abang is! cheers

  26. Qastury
    October 19, 2009

    Wow…Great…post…great taste…great to be there…great VK ..Ahhahah..eventhough im from Penang, but not yet try this one..hope can be there ASAP. This week..on the way back to Penang. May i request post for ‘Halal Dim Sum’..got ah? got meh? how do i know..this task is your task VK…

  27. sam
    November 20, 2009

    char koey teow “telor ayam dibasuh” also good maa…located at sungai dua highway..

  28. RatuKedah2302
    April 26, 2010

    Disinilah tmpt bercinta Aku & suami sblm berkahwin dl. Pd ms tu mereka berniaga di tepi lorong shj & pelanggan mkn di tepi kaki Lima kedai. Boleh dikatakan setiap mkn km ber2 gi mkn di situ. Drpd dhl sehinggalah skrg perniagaan Abg Is bertmbh maju, km masih pelanggan yg setia. Walaupun skrg km tdk lg tggl di Penang, km tetap akan gi mkn char koayteow Abg Is 2 atau 3 kali setahun, dan mkn sepuas2nya. Abis mkn km bungkus pula utk dibawa blk utk dimakan bersama keluarga Aku yg tggl di Alor Setar. Dah merata tempat Aku mkn char koayteow ttp semuanya tk sama lgsg rasanya spt koayteow Abg Is. Thn ni km belum lg mkn koayteow Abg Is, tp insyaAllah cuti sekolah nnt km akan ke sana utk makaaaaaaannnn….

  29. Anonymous
    May 23, 2010

    char koey teow kt i city shah alam pun sedap gak….udang besaq2..brother’s own nya..

  30. PakManJutawan
    May 28, 2010

    wow! sedaap gileer!

  31. pokloh
    July 27, 2010

    I agree laa and also mystified…
    why they selling a plate of charkotiaw for rm3 and above? expensive eh…
    nothing that’s very costly in the ingredients, but still they selling so mahal..

  32. Smell My Ketiak
    March 16, 2011

    kuey teow basah is awesommeeee… to the one tht ‘tak’ pernah makan, u guys juz have to try it :D

  33. blimey
    August 29, 2011

    Hi, I am originally from Bukit Mertajam but living in the UK now. I can tell you how much I miss this dish!!! Can someone please be very kind and post the recipe!?!! Many thanks!

  34. Kuvinn
    October 30, 2011

    GUYS!!!! you got to try this! it’s lovely….superb meal! small portions each plate! an average eater like me needs at least 3 plates! so u can imagine how tasty is it!!!!!!!

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