Seems like it’s been quite sometime I didn’t post about koay teow teng ya . If you are a frequent visitor of my blog, you’ll notice that there’s one period that I posted a lot on koay teow teng, that other bloggers gave me a nick name as koay teow teng queen.
Browsing thru my koay teow teng post, I realized how I miss the koay teow teng at Pulau Tikus Market. Normally we didn’t really want to go to Pulau Tikus Market area due to the heavy traffic at the market area and it’s very hard to get a parking.
But when we are craving for that particular food so much, the traffic and parking doesn’t really matter, right?
Koay Teow Teng alone is just too plain to serve as our breakfast.
So we ordered char koay kak. This char koay kak is good! Full of wok hei and very flavourful.
Qing Tian Coffee Shop at Chulia Street is a place where you can find lip-smacking char siew. This coffee shop is located below Sky Hotel which is near to a Fuji Film building.
A ‘siew mei’ platter which consist of char siew, roasted pork (siu yuk) and chinese sausage (cheung). The char siew taste good in a way that the meat is tender and very fragrant. Although the slices is not as thick as the one I ate at Hong Kong, but still it’s good enough for one bite.
The roasted pork aka siew yuk meat is tender and juicy. The skin is very crispy.
A plate of vegetable to balance up the meaty diet.
A bowl of water cress soup to clear the body heat away.
This place is always packed with people during lunch hour. The char siew sold out very fast, thus if you wanted to try this out try to reach the coffee shop at around 12pm.
Map for those who are not familiar: