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This is their Signature Koey Teow Kia that serve with their own cook base of soup and top with pork lard. Smells a bit like Bak Kut Teh or if comparable, it would be similiar to Penang Kuih Chap. Soup base are equally good and aromatic that doesnt give a hint of too salty, or will make you keep going and keoy teow is soft.

Woon Kiang’s kway teow noodle is a real winner. It is so smooth and soft, and it has a clean, fresh taste.

The pork innards here are naturally sweet, tender and not salty. When I chew on it, it felt refreshingly sweet, creamy and smoky.

Location: 汶強粿條仔 Restoran Woon Kiang G-06, Jalan Pandan 1, Pangsarpuri Impian, Stulang, Johor Bahru

Operating Hours: 6:00pm to midnight (closed on Tuesdays)

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