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February 16, 2011 | Chinese Cuisine, Medan, Noodle


Last month, we went on a trip to Medan for a friend’s wedding. We arrived quite early in the morning, so after checking-in at our hotel, we went out to look for breakfast. SC wanted to eat Soto Medan at Jl. Surabaya we tried back in 2008 (the verdict: only so so). But I wanted to try something that I haven’t tried before. While walking in a small alley back to the hotel, I found an anonymous eatery that sells a mass product Char Kway Teow (kwetiaw goreng). Judging from the crowd inside and the mouth-watering aroma wafting from their big wok, I decided to try it. So I ordered a portion of stir-fried kwetiaw with egg 11K. It’s not as salty as I would’ve liked, but it was fragrant and the noodles quality was good. There were a small bottle of soy sauce and chilis on each table. I think that is how it works. The kwetiaw was purposely made less salty, so we can then add the condiment ourselves to suit our liking. Overall it was a delicious and simple meal. đŸ™‚

Kwetiaw Goreng Porsea

Kwetiaw Goreng Porsea
Jl. Porsea
Medan

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3 Comments

  • leo

    Overpriced Jen…..overpriced :p

  • admin

    Overpriced ya? gw kira sih standar aja, secara kwetiaw goreng telur di daerah Pasar Muara Karang juga kira2 segitu harganya.

  • leo

    Ye..dibandingin ama jakarta yah iya lha.. standar pake telor mah ga sampe ceban haha..

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