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Shah Alam

Fried Kuey Teoh

Where can I find the best fried kueh teoh in Shah Alam?



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answered by
a VirtualTourist member

Gee now you are talking my language ie food. Fried Kueh Teow with cockles and eggs. I do remember eating them and there are stalls all over.Frankly I know of no eatery in Shah Alam. In Malaysia I thought most places have 'glutton squares' where one can inhale almost anything. Sorry I can help but put in my 2 cents. Enjoy.




answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Kuala Lumpur

we are so so mean to Shah Alam - but frankly - it is such a Malay area...I really wonder if there is any Chinese folks wanna open restaurant there....besides it must be halal to get popular in Shah Alam...i strongly recommend taking a drive to USJ or to SS2 - it is not that far off - can it be.... You may get noddles dishes in Nyonya Kitchen at Plaza Shah Alam... worse go to the hotel for it ... Incidentally I was looking at a magazine and they recommend this restaurant in Shah Alam - Restoran Gembira for nasi lemak - behind McD or lontong Klang at 0 Jalan Zikron e/7E




answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Kuala Lumpur

Hi terry! I always seem to agree with what Audrey118 says! I think your best bet is to drive to Sunway or Subang, depending what time of the day. If daytime, try corner coffeeshop next to Metropolitan College in ss15. For all night 'makan', try Sunway mentari(opposite Sunway pyramid)-there's lots of Penag style food there plus lots of night entertainment(pubs, nightclubs etc-heard alot of the waitresses are collge students!).




answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Petaling Jaya

Hi, There are two shops in Shah Alam that I know sell fried kuey teow that I like (not too oily) but i'm not sure if it is the best . The 1st one is a corner shop in old Sri Muda. (section 25) and the second one is 5 minutes drive away from Sri Muda near the public bank. It can be seen from Kesas highway. I think the shop is call Sri Kota.




answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Vancouver

Thanks alot for your valuable informations.




answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Vancouver

Thanks for your information and the back ground of your photograph is very nice with a Japanese touch.




answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Petaling Jaya

Thank you. The photo is taken in a hot spring hotel in Guangzhou




answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Kuala Lumpur

SEC 25. Where you can find chinese crowd and food over there. But actually Shah alam is very near to Klang. Why don't you try out some Claypot Meat in Klang. "Bak Kut Teh" Enjoy,,, have fun





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