Is Siam Road Char Koay Teow back? Yes! Uncle is back! Remember a few months back when we dropped a bombshell that Siam Road uncle will be no longer making his queue-worthy bowl of Char Koay Teow? While this man took some time off (1 month was way too long without him) to revitalize his health while waiting for the renovation to be completed at Siam Road 82 Kopitiam, the restaurant OPENS TODAY and the SIAM ROAD CHAR KOAY TEOW WILL CONTINUE TO WORK ITS MAGIC ON OUR TASTEBUDS!
Siam Road Char Koay Teow RE-OPENS
Located right across the street from the previous spot where he used to fry the noodles on a 4 wheel food cart, this new restaurant is now known as 82, Siam Road Char Koay Teow.
In case you forgot of the achievement this plate of flat noodles has gained internationally, Ranked14th in the Top 50 lost at the World Street Congress 2017 Manila, Uncle Tan aged 77 whose been the man behind this refined smoky Char Koay Teow cooks using the charcoal technique for ultimate flavor. Unimpressed with the recent fame he has gained over the years, this man likes to keep it low key and shine through his work of art.
We’ve seen comments of sad customers and newbies who haven’t tried the famous dish yet on the previous articles, don’t let us repeat twice, Now’s the chance to grab it while you can cuz UNCLE TAN IS BACK. Savor it at your own pace before the queue takes over.
Just one last time…… WOOHOOOOO
Address: No.82, Siam Road, George Town Penang
Operating hours: 12pm-7pm (closed on Sunday)
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The char koay teow is being running business for many years. Is quite bad if just close down like that. Good news to hear it is now re-open.
Does the ckt contain pork or lard in it?
I don’t mind if it’s not halal certified as long as there’s no pork or lard used..
I’m dying for a good original (non flooded Malay version) halal ckt…
Famous for using charcoal to cook n ton of Lard so nope, non halal at all