Had a couple of friends told me about a food stall that serves the best Char Kuey Teow in Perth!
As a Char Kuey Teow fan who haven't found any good ones in Perth, was finally there to try this so called the Best CKT!
Got there in the Food Court of Cambridge Forum (opposite Bouchon Bistro on Cambridge St) at 5pm. Saw people preparing the food, tidying up the place, no customers. Feeling a bit weird but I still have to try the CKT! My friend told me it gets really busy around dinner time, about 6-7pm onwards. (There got Japanese, Korean, Australian, Singaporean, Indian food which I shall try it next time)
Went straight to the Malaysian Hawker. Looking like nothing special ey?
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They got Bak Kut Teh and Bachang too! I was so tempted to try the Bak Kut Teh but I stopped myself. Have to have the CKT first! No matter what!
Ordered take away, CKT HOT for myself and Mee Rebus HOT for Joe.
Well, looking good.. and smells good...
Now.. tasting time..
I took the first bit of the CKT...nom nom nom.. wow.. that's spicy...
second bite.. nom nom nom.. Gowd that's very spicy!
FYI, so was Joe's Mee Rebus.
I should have order medium hot instead! To be honest, there is no doubt is the best CKT in Perth. They actually got Chinese sausage and Si Ham (Clam) in there! You hardly can find these 2 ingredient in other restaurants, which is sad. So, I was quite impressed by it! Taste was quite authentic! Love the Kuey Teow.. not oily and nicely fried.
I would definitely going back there and have CKT.. or maybe try the BKT hehehe..
By the way, this is what Joe, Frances and I had for dessert today :P
Assorted Daifuku $2 each from Emma Seafood, Northbridge.
I tried the one on the far right, with the leaf.
It's Sakura Daifuku. Hey, I love it! Quite a surprising flavour.. a lil sour a lil salty on the outside and sweet red bean paste in inside. I ate the leaf too! It was yum! I shall buy more the next time hehehe..