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Monday, 20 May 2013

Old Style Duck Meat Koay Teow Thing & Koay Chap @ Lebuh Melayu

 If you are craving for the traditional style Koay Teow Thing with clear soup and soup base tasting of duck meat, here is the place to be.
It used to be along Carnavon Street, main road, but they upgraded a few years ago into their own shop lot at Lebuh Melayu.
So, do make sure you don't go to the wrong one, as there is another Koay Teow Thing stall along Carnavon street now...

 This is the chef at work.
He has superb memory and can remember your orders if you are a regular.
He has been doing this since he was a kid, and I know this cause as a kid I have been one of his faithful customers :-)

 Kopi O here is very strong so make sure you don't drink it with an empty stomach.

 Specialties include the crunchy duck intestines, the duck meat on the side, duck head, gizzard and all other spare parts... you name it he has got it ...

 Well, the beauty of this venue is the boss is super hard working.
So, he sells Koay Teow Thing for breakfast and then follows on with Koay Chap for lunch.
If you are a glutton like me, you could go a little late and try both at the same time.
If you are an 'intestine' sort of person, this is the place for you.
Just check out the plate above, you can even request if you want the upper or lower intestines.
 The tau kuah is also yummy with the juices all seep into the tau kuah, as you bite it you can taste the goodness in you mouth.  This is a MUST try.

Well, if you are not a fan of either the above, no worries, you still can order stuff from the coffee shop round the corner, they have one of the best Char Koay Teow and among other things include Lor Mee and Wan Ton Mee, so you won't be left out ...

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