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Tuesday, 5 March 2013

Best Beef Koay Teow @ 2828 Cafe

Food Rating            :    5 stars

Kopi O Rating         :    3.5 stars
Value for Money     :    4 stars
Ambience               :    Crowded

Lunch Only
Don't arrive too early, soup is sweeter around 1pm 
Closed on Mondays
We are back into the Street Food of Penang write ups after all the celebration and and indulging in the expensive foods.
This place is a gem if you are a Beef Lover.
The soup is not sugar sweet like some stalls, it is 'beef sweet' if you get what I mean.
Foodie's Choice -
Dried Koay Teow and Noodle separately served with the Beef Soup on the side

Don't forget to order this Ambrah Sour Plum Drink
Goes super well with the Beef Noodle
If you can't live without your local coffee, the coffee served here is not too bad , although it is a little on the strong side :-)

If you are not a beef lover, there is an economy rice stall here, which is ok , but a little on the expensive side
Your have a choice of small, medium and large.

This is 'D Man' behind the yummy beef noodles
Mr Tiger is his name

Here's another link on this stall, with better photos:
http://www.stevengoh.com/2009/10/05/penang-famous-beef-koay-teow-2828-cafe-perak-road/

3 comments:

May Loong said...

agreed, agreed.

Anonymous said...

Been there today, price is now RM7 and RM7.60 for dry type.

Penang Foodie said...

Thank you for the price update.
Normally I take the RM 8 add the Dry Koay Teow Mee.
Still tasty right ?
Good thing is the soup is not 'sugar sweet' and it is 'beef sweet' :-)