Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Best Fried Kueh Tiaw In Miri

*Warning* Another food post here...

This morning, I had the best Fried Kueh Tiaw (Hor Fun) in Miri for breakfast with my parents. The stall is inside Krokop 5 Market, somewhere near the best rojak stall (used to be).

Just a small market.

The best Fried Kueh Tiaw is only available in the morning. And I mean, early in the morning, which is before 9:30 a.m. This is to avoid disappointment. ;)

The stall's proprietor.

A elderly woman is seen to handle the little stall.

Just for RM2.50 a plate.

The Kueh Tiaw is fried with large amount of bean sprouts, egg, pieces of pork and vegie.

It is served HOT.

Normally, I would ask for chilli to be added to the Kueh Tiaw. It's not that spicy actually and I would highly recommend the Kueh Tiaw to be fried with some chilli. It tastes so much better!

I had my stomach satisfied before I went to work. A simple yet wonderful breakfast for me. Yummy!

P/s: The "Best Fried Kueh Tiaw" title is given by me. If you have tasted the Kueh Tiaw and found it not up to your standard, please don't come to me.

P/s/s: Let me know if you know any other good place for Fried Kueh Tiaw. I'm a fan of Fried Kueh Tiaw.


21 comments:

Anonymous said...

Your Miri seem like got the best food lah. Got anything else other than food ah? Nice scenary, or old buildings? If got time maybe can take me for a mini Miri cybertour??

Anonymous said...

Kok,
Thanks for dropping by. Eh, you didn't mention prawns in your char koay teow? Must have got prawns, right? Looooooove char koay teow and sar hor fun. When I go back to M'sia, I can eat these many times but for other hawker food, once is enough.

Anonymous said...

Oh, I miss the food in Malaysia. It's so hard to find good chow Kueh Tiaw here. I have yet to found one that tastes really good!

Jane said...

got got!!! i normally go to krokop 5 too. but i think there's a better one, called Seng Guan coffeeshop, same row as hot cross bun, at pelita commercial, corner shop! according to my fren that shop is really famous for its chicken rice and fried kueh tiaw.

www.yenjai.net said...

Haha. Maybe you should go back and compile a list of nice kuey teow in Perth ^-^

lynnx01 said...

How come you say used to be best rojak stall? You mean now it's not the best anymore? Then where is the best? I still think it's the best lah.. reminiscing the days when I used to eat there everytime before of after Kadir's physics tuition. Haha!

Kok said...

Wah wah! I didn't expect my Char Kueh Tiaw attracts so many 'customers'.

firehorse: Haha! Can, can. I'll try to go around Miri when I got the time. Then I'll take photos to introduce my great hometown to you. :)

wonda: Welcome here! Oh, oh. This char kueh tiaw doesn't have any prawns. But it still tastes gooood! haha! Eh, eh, I want Japanese food! hehe.

cc: How long have you left Malaysia? Yea, "ang moh" country you can hardly find char kueh tiaw which tastes really good. Even from China town, they doesn't taste the same as those back in Malaysia!

jane: you also been to krokop 5? Not many people know this place actually since it seems like hidden in a "dead" market. haha! I know that place. I think the char kueh tiaw there is Penang Fried Kueh Tiaw. Will try it whenever possible. As for chicken rice, I still prefer Hopoh! hehe.

yenjai: Perth doesn't have any nice char kueh tiaw which is worth compiling wor. Don't worry, I have other food which I can post in my blog. Stay tuned for that! =)

Kok said...

lynnx01: Errr...Rojak, oklah. Still consider the best. But for those fried kuih ubi and udang, the best is one opposite the public library (near SRB Jalan Bintang). As for the drinks, the one at the Krokop 5 market (where I had my char kuih tiaw) there is good and the one opposite the public library is good too.

l y n n w e i said...

what do u mean the krokop 5 'used to be' the best rojak stall? now not anymore? where else??

hhmm..for me, i think penang fried keuh tiaw is the best! with the chilli too! haha~~~ i love fried kueh tiaw too....too oily!

Kok said...

lynnwei: Now I don't think it tastes as nice as before. Where is better? Read the reply which I have written for your sis. Penang fried kueh tiaw best meh? I don't like the clams leh...hehe..

Anonymous said...

Tankiu Kok, if you cambing by my blog today I got bee koh moey (pulut hitam w/ santan) and or kuey (steamed yam cake) for you, help yourself, free wan, oso order any drink you want on the house.
Must make sure "kok got enough to eat"

Anonymous said...

WAH!! Rm2.50 Only?????? Looks yummy. If me, have to order tambah cili, kau kau!

Kok said...

firehorse: I went to your blog and already had my order liao oh. But wait so long, you haven't served me leh. How come? hahaha! Now is not "must make sure Kok got enough to eat". Now you are like "must make sure Kok got enough FAT". :P

sasha: Ya wor. Cheap cheap right? You ask the taukeh nio tambah cili kau kau also no charge one. hehe.

Anonymous said...

No wonderlah Kok when I looked at the picture no prawns. Just to confirm, I asked you. Why the hawker didn't put prawns? Char Koay Teow to me must have prawns!! Otherwise kiam siap!

Kok said...

wonda: No worries. :) Errmm, that one I not sure leh. Maybe because the char kueh tiaw has pork gua. That's why no prawns? hehe. Me also don't know. Or maybe she has her own style of char kueh tiaw? hehe.

Jane said...

you don't eat clams? i went to seng guan then ordered for fried kueh tiaw without clams, just eggs and prawns.. that's the best!

Kok said...

jane: yaya, I don't eat clams leh. Last time I did order without clams but then my dad told me just order with clams. Cause there's this special aroma if fried with clams. Then I just pick all the clams out. hehe.

Anonymous said...

Hi there! Just dropping by and finding someone "closer" to home!

I haven't eaten the CKT at Krokop 5 but I can vouch for the one at Pelita, same row as Hot Cross Bun. We eat there at least once a week.

One thing I don't like is the taukeh neo - so unfriendly! If not for the CKT, I wouldn't have given her 2 hoots! :-)

And the ABC and rojak next to the Perodua showroom opp SK Jalan Bintang is the best! Yummy! :-)

Kok said...

Hi there, dancing queen. Thanks for dropping by and hope you will enjoy yourself here. :)

Yaya, Jane (my cousin) did tell me about the Char Kueh Tiaw at Pelita is nice. I should have tried it out one day since most of you recommend it. May I ask what did the taukeh neo did to you till you can feel that she's unfriendly?

Yeyyy! You also agree with me the rojak opposite SK Jalan Bintang is nice right? haha! I just had it this afternoon. :P

Anonymous said...

The taukeh neo doesn't even say anything or smile lor when I order. At least smile or acknowledge lah. This one no, just look back at you blankly. She's in service-related industry mah, so should have some PR and EQ. Lucky for her, her CKT is nice. Otherwise, hmmph! Bankrupt ah! :-)

Kok said...

dancing queen,
haha! I think most of the taukeh neo in Miri won't smile or say anything one leh. Unlike Australians, they will greet you whenever you approach them. Eh, don't bankrupt first before I try it leh...hahaha!

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