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Char Koay Teow: A Beloved Malaysian Dish

Char Koay Toaw is a popular Malaysian cuisine made with flat rice noodles that are stir-fried over high heat in a well-seasoned wok with a variety of ingredients, such as eggs, soy sauce, Chinese chives, and sausages, beansprouts, and shrimp. Char Koay Toaw is seasoned with a blend of sauces that typically includes soy sauce, chili paste, and sometimes shrimp paste, giving it a sweet, savory, and slightly spicy flavor.

It originated in the state of Penang where countless people taste this delicious dish on the streets, commonly found on hawker stalls and food courts. There are plenty of variations of Char Koay Toaw with different methods and ingredients, including cockles, crab meat, chicken, or even squid. It is one of the most-requested dishes in Malaysia, well-loved by the people by Malaysians, and gained popularity in other parts of the world.

We introduce you to the rich and mouth-watering flavors of Penang Char Koay Toaw here at Curry Leaves Bistro, a certified and well-known Malaysian restaurant in Pleasanton, California. Our Char Koay Toaw is Halal-certified, pork-free, with prawns, sliced fish cake, and squid.

When served, its tempting aroma is a prelude to its smoky and rich flavor, a delicious and addictive meal perfect for in-house dining, special occasions, and to-go delivery. Whether you’re a fan of traditional recipes or enjoy experimenting with different ingredients, there’s no denying the deliciousness and versatility of this beloved Malaysian dish.

To get the taste of our diverse and flavorful Malaysian food in California, visit our restaurant where you can immerse yourself in the Malaysian palate and culture. For more information about our menu, feel free to contact us.

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