A large portion of Char Kway Teow - MYR12 nett - with added prawns and eggs. When you order a large portion, you will be asked which ingredient that you want more of. This large plate is not mine.
This is my plate of Char Kway Teow which I share with my friend. It costs about MYR8.50 nett I think but I am not sure. It has very little wok hei but I am fine with that as I don't care much for wok hei. I like the prawns a lot. They are juicy and not crunchy at all. I dislike prawns that are crunchy. By default 3 prawns are provided. This char kway teow stall is known for its bigger prawns. I would like to eat this again when I visit Penang but I doubt my friend will bring me here again.
Everyone must order drinks or else pay an extra MYR1 nett to sit in this coffee shop for food. As we went at about 4 to 5 pm, the coffee shop is closing up so they did not enforce this. The 3 of us ordered one glass of drink only and was not charged the MYR1 each for the other two persons who did not order any drinks.
This is the Char Kway Teow stall cleaning up to close as we were leaving. Ours were the last order I believe.
Can you read the prices listed? I couldn't.