1 Jurong West Central 2
Jurong Point, #03-28
Daily: 10:00 – 22:00
10 – 15 minutes.
This shop cooks their Kway Teow in batches. Waiting times may vary.
Undoubtedly one of the most popular stall at Malaysia Boleh. The kway teow here is decent. It has that wok hei* aroma which is rare these days. The stall’s kway teow does not serve their dish with cockles.
My issue with this stall is that they cook their noodles in batches, and not in singular batches. So you can’t ask for more chilli or more vegetables, and even if you could, you’ll have to end up stirring in the chilli yourself or the vegetables will not be fried as evenly as the rest. Each and every plate is uniform in that sense.
Another point which I find that is lacking is the fact that the plate of noodles is very uneven in flavours and spiciness, some parts of the plate you get the wok hei aroma stronger than others and some parts of the plate you get more spiciness than others. For a foodie like me it can be rather annoying.
I would return to Malaysia Boleh, but I wouldn’t put in 10 – 15 minutes of my time to eat this kway teow. I would eat again if there is a shorter queue.
* See definition here.