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This char kway tiao ($5) stall has the longest queue when we were there! We went to queue as we saw the person at the table next to us eating this and we were tempted! It was quite a long wait as the queue was really long, and there are customers in front who buy more than one plate. As the kway tiao is fried upon taking orders, we have to wait quite a while, but that also ensures we eat them fresh and hot from the wok. This char kway tiao is quite different from the local style char kway tiao t
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This char kway tiao ($5) stall has the longest queue when we were there! We went to queue as we saw the person at the table next to us eating this and we were tempted! It was quite a long wait as the queue was really long, and there are customers in front who buy more than one plate. As the kway tiao is fried upon taking orders, we have to wait quite a while, but that also ensures we eat them fresh and hot from the wok. This char kway tiao is quite different from the local style char kway tiao that I always eat in hawkers, in the sense that it is not using the dark sweet sauce, so the colour is not black too. It is light and not too salty, and I like the kway tiao which is shimmering with taste. The prawns are fresh and big too, not too bad! One of the stalls that is quite nice at the Malaysian Food Street. Maybe, they should review on the waiting time, I mean ultimately there will be queues, but how fast moving it is matters too, for some may not have the patience to wait and go to other stalls instead. 
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