The stall is open around 5pm, and the owner set his own target daily and the rice noodles finish very fast around 7.30-8pm. Even their business hour stated 4-9pm, but hardly can see the wok continue to fry after 8pm due to the local demand.
The nameless and famous char koey teow stall in Kulaijaya
We were there around 7.30pm and luckily the owner said the koey teow still available, and we only ordered 2 plates because we had to spared some space in our stomach because of our Kulai food trail in that evening.
I noticed the skillful old man keep frying the koey teow non-stop since we stepped in...
Even he was trying to posed to my camera, but I missed it!...
The pleasing plate of Char Koey Teow spread out the nice aroma when it served on the table, it was a simple flat rice noodles fried with eggs, bean sprouts and cockles without the chives and lards. I like the fresh cockles very much, unlike many stalls in JB providing the frozen cockles which totally kill the sweetness of it...
Char Koey Teow of Kulaijaya street stall
There's actually still rooms for intense "wok kei" (literally breath of wok over the high heat in Cantonese), maybe it was due to the local preference of the taste.
From the short chat with the owner, I realized that the stall had been operated since 39 years ago and been through the third generation. It must be the magical taste that kept the long history of the local delicacy - Char Koey Teow.
Do drop by if you happen in the area during the stall operating hours, it might surprise you by the plate of delicious Char Koey Teow of Kulaijaya.
Kulaijaya Char Koey Teow Stall
Along Jalan Ibrahim of Kulai Besar
Business hour : 5 - 8.30pm
Rest on every Tuesday
GPS coordinates : N1.65992 E103.60263
Location map of the Popular Char Koey Teow stall in Kulaijaya.