A few weeks ago, my friend and I went past this cute Char Kuey Teow shop in Seksyen 7, Shah Alam, called 'Saad Char Kuey Teow'. The outlet used to be somewhere at the food court in Jalan Plumbum. Now, they moved to a shoplot which is located near the Seksyen 7 lake. It starts operating after 5, I think...
My friends find that the signs was cute! There's a couple of prawns attached on the clock.
Somehow, this shop's furnishing reminds me to 'Fullhouse'. But, of course, 'Fullhouse' is much cuter. Ｏ(≧∇≦)Ｏ They're quite famous too! They are always packed with customers. If you didn't come early, there's a possibility that you might not get a seat.
Don't you think the furnishing is cute?
I've been a Char Kuey Teow fan since I lived in Penang a few years ago. I've always liked the wet-style Char Kuey Teow as compared to the dried one. What I loved about Saad's Char Kuey Teow was the freshness and sweetness of their prawns. The Kuey Teow wasn't that bad either! If you like wet-style Char Kuey Teow, you're going to love their Kuey Teow as well. (￣▽￣)
Normal sized Char Kuey Teow~
However, if you went to Saad's Char Kuey Teow, I would suggest you to order the Special Char Kuey Teow instead of the normal size one. You will get one fried egg on top on your Kuey Teow, a bit extra of those noodles and prawn with an addition of RM0.50!
Special Char Kuey Teow
However, in my opinion, the service isn't that good. The foods was a bit late (later than 15 minutes is considered late, right?). Some of the server wasn't friendly at all. There was once when a server rolled his eyes when we called him. I wasn't happy with that server at all! （￣へ￣） But, of course, not all of their server was like that. Some of them was nice too.
They also serve many types of other foods. From top: Prawn Fried Rice, Cantonese Kuey Teow, and Omelet Rice or Nasi Pattaya.