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10 Best Char Kuey Teow To Eat In Kuala Lumpur

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Previously we wrote about the best 5 Best Char Kuey Teow In Subang Jaya and you all loved it. Today we’re looking at the 10 best Char Kuey Teow in Kuala Lumpur. While Char Kuey Teow can be found it almost every corner of KL, it can be a real challenge to find a truly delicious Char Kuey Teow.

With that said, here are 10 Best Char Kuey Teow To Eat In Kuala Lumpur.

1. Teow Chew Char Kuey Teow @ Jalan Imbi

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Kicking off the first in our list is Teow Chew Char Kuey Teow which is located Jalan Imbi’s open-air hawker centre. The place itself is highly regarded to serve some of the best foods in Kuala Lumpur (especially the Nyonya kuih) and Teow Chew Char Kuey Teow is no different.

Do note that this stall is popular for its fried kuey teow mee and you would have to wait longer if you insist on getting kuey teow only.

Address: Next to Jalan Imbi Honda showroom, 193 & 195, Jalan Imbi, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Operation Hours: 7PM – 12AM

2. Mie Cord Char Koay Teow Penang @ Kg Sungai Penchala (HALAL)

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Although we aren’t big fans of halal variants of Chinese dishes we must say, Mie Cord’s Char Koay Teow is simply the BOMB. The dish itself is slightly sweet and has a hint of spiciness and comes with a good amount of seafood.

Address: Lot 2995, Kg Sungai Penchala, Jalan Damansara, 60000, Kuala Lumpur

Operation Hours: 5PM – 3AM Daily, closed on alternate Sunday

3. Salted Egg Char Koay Teow @ Wai Sek Kai, Pudu

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The second eatery on this list from Pudu and this is not just your regular Char Kuey Teow as it comes with an interesting twist. Salted Egg Char Koay Teow is not the usual gimmicky dishes you find in shopping mall, that’s because it’s actually delicious. The bits of salted egg adds so much unconventional flavours and texturesto the usual Char Kuey Teow dish.

Address: Pudu Jalan Sayur (Wai Sek Kai), Off Jalan Pudu, Kuala Lumpur, 55100

Operation Hours: 6PM – 11.30PM, closed Mondays

4. Brickfields Char Kuey Teow @ Brickfields 

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No Char Kuey Teow list is complete without mentioning the popular Brickfields Char Kuey Teow. While this stall has yet to gain popularity on the Internet, many working class adults regard this as their comfort food. It’s quick, affordable and delicious, worth every bit of RM5.

Address: Brickfields Jalan Tun Sambathan 4, Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur

Operation Hours: 12PM – 9.30PM, closed Sundays

5. Kedai Kopi Yuyi @ Pudu

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While Kedai Kopi Yuyi is widely known for its delicious Pork Noodles, the Char Kuey Teow here is pretty underrated.  It has a good “Wok Hei” flavour to it and do expect generous amounts of prawns. If you don’t like soupy stuff and found yourself around the area you can give the Char Kuey Teow here a shot.

Address:12, Jalan Brunei, Pudu, 55100 , Pudu, Kuala Lumpur

Operating Hours: 7AM – 1PM, Daily

6. Penang Char Koay Teow @ Restoran Double One, Kepong

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Opened daily from 7.30AM til 3PM, Penang Char Koay Teow at Restoran Double One is the best place in Kepong to get your Char Koay Teow fix during breakfast and lunch. The dish is packed with flavours and has a strong aroma from the stir-fried eggs. Penang Char Koay Teow doesn’t skimp out on the ingredients. Expect fresh and generous amounts of seafood to be thrown and stir fried into your dish.

Address: Jalan 3/62a, Bandar Sri Menjalara, 52200 Kuala Lumpur

Operating Hours: 7:30AM – 3PM Daily

7. Penang Char Koay Teow @ Top Kitchen, Taman Bukit Maluri

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If you prefer your char kuey teow to feature a little spicy kick to it this place is probably for you. Aside from being spicy this dish is super aromatic and will likely give you a satisfying lunch.

Address: Jalan Burung Bebarau, Taman Bukit Maluri, 52100 Kuala Lumpur

Operating Hours: 3:30PM – 9:30PM, closed Sundays

8. Wisma FGA Char Kway Teow @ Jalan Kuchai Lama

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Located in popular street food lane close to Wisma FGA, you’ll find a Char Koay Teow stall with bright LED lights on a simple signboard that reads the availability of Char Koay Teow in Chinese. What’s special about this stall is the duck egg variation of this dish which is bursting with flavours.

Address: Jalan Sawi, Taman Goodwood, Kuala Lumpur 58200

Operating Hours: 4PM – 10.30PM

9. Mamu Penang Char Kuey Teow @ Jalan Ampang (Pork Free)

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Mamu Penang Char Kuey Teow has been operating for almost 20 years which says a lot about their credibility. Aside from tasting authentic and delicious, what makes this dish unique is the Baby Lobster that’s accompanied with a plate for Char Kuey Teow.

Address: Masjid Al-Mustaqim Jalan Sulaiman 3, Taman Nirwana, 68000, Ampang

Operating Hours: 5PM – 1AM, Closed on Tuesday

10. Kedai Kopi Lai Foong @ KL, City Centre

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Finally on this list is another excellent Char Kuey Teow. The dish here is simple, aromatic and tasty – it’s also very Instagram-worth due to the excellent lighting.

Address: 140, Jalan Tun HS Lee, 50480, Kuala Lumpur

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