Friday, 16 May 2014

Penang Char Kway Teow Perling Johor Bahru, Leong Seng Huat Kopitiam 两成发炒粿條


Leong Seng Huat fried kway teow 两成发炒粿條 is well known among locals especially Penangites in JB. Some even call Leong Seng Huat kopitiam "Little Penang" because we can find different types of Penang signature food here such as Penang prawn mee and Penang lor mee.


Ah Kiong 亚強 runs the char kway teow (CKT) stall at Leong Seng Huat together with his dad who is from Penang. The family has now settled in Johor Bahru.

My plate of char kway teow today was fried by Ah Kiong's dad. The char kway teow during my first visit was fried by Ah Kiong. 


Just simple ingredients in this plate of char kway teow - rice noodles, bean sprouts (taugeh), chives, egg, seeham (cockles) and a couple of shelled prawns. 

No lup cheong (Cantonese waxed sausage) or fish cakes.

The rich noodles well coated with savoury sauce was dry as in the Penang style of CKT. The rice noodles were the narrow width type known as kway teow kia 果条仔.

The rice noodle were tender and slightly caramelised with the aromatic sauce well seared in.


The taugeh were crunchy, and the good sized prawns were tasty too.


The fresh seeham (blood cockles) were well cooked but not overdone, so they were tender and juicy. Most were, however, tiny.

->> A nice, simple, no frills, delicious plate of Penang style char kway teow. A favourite of JB folks.


Leong Seng Huat Kopitiam 两成发 is right next to the Pizza Hut at Taman Perling.

Restaurant name: Restoran Leong Seng Huat 两成发
Address: Off Jalan Simbang (next to Pizza Hut), Taman Perling, Johor Bahru
GPS: 1.483525,103.680671 / 1°29'00.7"N 103°40'50.4"E
Hours: 7:00am to 3:00pm
Non Halal

Date visited: 2 Mar 2012, 12 May 2014

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  1. yes was goood. Eats there every wk when I was staying in Perling. But it was his father who fried it then. Maybe will swing by 1 day to try it. Tq

  2. those days they do a mean penang asam laksa, too bad they decided to stop selling that


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