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2012-06-20 32 views
This Penang style fried kway teow came highly recommended. After trying it, it did not taste as good as the real thing that i had there. The spiciness is not as distinctive as it should be. It was still a passable plate of fried kway teow with a slight hint of wok hei. It fried with ingredients like prawns, squids and a handful of bean sprouts. This is still a good alternative to Penang fried kway teow though not as good but it is close.