Friday, 2 March 2012

Kway Teow Kia @ Woon Kiang in Stulang, Johor Bahru, Malaysia



Woon Kiang is one of the most mentioned Johor Bahru kway teow kia shops on the Internet. So I went to Stulang, where it is located to see what the rage is all about.

Wow, all the good things they say about Woon Kiang are well deserved.



The pork innards here are naturally sweet, tender and not salty. When I chew on it, it felt refreshingly sweet, creamy and smoky.


To me, Woon Kiang’s kway teow noodle is a real winner. It is so smooth and soft, and it has a clean, fresh taste.


It is also not loaded with lard but garnished instead with shallot oil, fried shallot and pork crackles. The shallot and pork crackles stay crispy even after dunking in the braising sauce.

I liked the kway teow noodles so much that I ordered a second round
The braising sauce itself is light and has a subtle herbal fragrance. It too is not salty or oily. Even after two bowls of the kway teow noodles with braising sauce, I did not feel jelak (bloated and sickened).

The chili and garlic sauce also deserves mention. It is fresh, spicy hot and brings out the delightful flavours and taste of the innards.

The set of innards, plus two servings of kway teow noodles come to RM7. I also had a glass of plain iced water which the boss waived the charge. The boss Woon Chiang and his workers are so friendly and earnest in customer service ☻


Woon Kiang also serves braised duck which is very popular as well. I must come back for the duck, and an encore of the kway teow noodles ☻


Restaurant name: Restoran Woon Kiang
Address: #G-06, Jalan Pandan 1, Pangsarpuri Impian, Stulang, Johor Bahru
GPS: 1.472700,103.777958
Hours: to (closed on Tuesdays)
Non Halal


Date visited: 27 Feb 2012

2 comments:

  1. there is an push cart kueh teow kia just beside the temple there problem is the lady don open daily soemtime they open sometime they dont open at night
    .look outt for tyhe crowded car park beside the road .

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  2. Thank you! I have keyed your info into my phone and will look out for the push cart and the lady ;D

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