|Best kuetiau (kuey teow) in town!|
Kuey Teow Lau Wan had always been my Mum's favourite. Everytime we went to visit my aunt (who used to stay in SS2), we would always make a pitstop and tapau several bungkus of his scrumptious kuey teow as dinner. Upon arriving at my aunt's house, everyone would gather around the dinner table to enjoy the kuey teow, with comments about how good it tasted like and how one pack was just not enough! I think we started frequenting his stall when I was 8 years old. Unfortunately, when I was 15, we drove up to his usual stall only to find that he had moved! And this was a time when Facebook or Google didn't exist. And that became the last time I had the nyummy kuey teow. *sigh*
Imagine my surprise, 15 years later, to find out via Google that his business is still in existence! He even has his own Facebook page! And Uncle Lau Wan still looks the same, albeit some thinning white hair. Of course, his kuey teow made it into my mengidam list and after a few weeks of careful planning, the SPK gang finally made the trip to his stall. Hubby even called ahead to check whether they were open since he was so worried that his heavily pregnant wife wouldn't be able to have the kuey teow before she popped (and face the wrath afterwards)!
|That's Uncle Lau Wan himself in green, frying each and every plate of kuey teow goreng himself.|
First up, the tauhu bakar arrived. It was sooooo finger licking good. The tauhu was crisp, with a generous heap of nuts, bean sprouts and shredded cucumber topped with to-die-for homemade sauce.
|Tauhu bakar! Will definitely order this again.|
|Rojak buah. Mixed vegetables and fruits with homemade rojak sauce and a generous sprinkling of nuts.|
|Kiddy version of the scrumptious kuey teow.|
|Sotong kangkung - definitely another must try!|
|He even entertained our request for a picture. Ignore my 39weeks chubby cheeks!|
Meanwhile, the kids were keeping themselves occupied by playing musical chairs!
|Aiden trying his very best to stay in the game.|
|In the end, of course only the older kids remained in the game.|
If you want a taste of that fabulous kuey teow (or even to order his homemade rojak sauce to go), Uncle Lau Wan is open from 530pm - 11pm and located at:
No. 13, Jalan SS3/33, Selera Wawasan, Petaling Jaya.
And this is his Facebook page. Enjoy!