Kafe Ping Hooi
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Char kway tiao normal.... Hokkien mee ok. Nice exposure to local food.
One of the best Char Koay Teow I have eaten. It's full of 'wok hei' and the prawns is fresh and crunchy. This is the original owner of the "Tiger" title and there's another store at the beginning of the Lebuh Carnavon which was operated by the nephew which was pretty close to the original. No need to wait too long for a great plate of CKT and that makes it highly recommended and 5-star. Must try. The Penang Hokkien Noodles (Har Mee) was great as well.
Best char koay teow in penang so far especially with duck egg.
The Tiger or Lau Hor char koay teow seems overrated - taste is just ok, not fantastic. Not cheap either, at RM8 a plate. The lorbak though is good and sells out early. The hawker identifies customers by giving clothes pegs with numbers for orders. The sar hor fun, though not entirely traditional with its crabstick & charsiew, has sufficient wok hei & is tasty.
The main draw of this place is "Tiger Char Kuey Teow". The fried noodles are great and the best part is that each dish comes with 3 large prawns (the RM8 version). The prawn "flavour" is quite strong though, so this might be a turn off for some. Don't forget to try the lorbak as well!