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One of my favorite hawker style comfort foods is kuih teow soup. Back in Penang, this is a rather ubiquitous dish that you can in just about any kopitiam or food court. However, in Klang Valley, pork noodle seems to take center stage to fill this niche instead. Which can be a good/bad thing depending on your preference.

Restoran Berkeley Sua Teng
Restoran Berkeley Sua Teng

The situation in Klang is a little bit different, and I suppose due to the prevalent of bak kut tehย which already heavily involves the usage of pork as an ingredient in a dish that involves soup, pork noodle is quite rare, and probably as a side effect, there are some kuih teow soup places instead, such as Restoran Berkeley Sua Teng at Taman Berkeley which I happily discovered just recently.

kuih teow soup, hawker style comfort food
kuih teow soup, hawker style comfort food

The almost kopitiam style restaurant offers the usual kuih teow soup, curry version, dry version, with rice, and a few other side dishes.

We tried their plain old fashion kuih teow soup which came with bouncy home-made fish balls, fish cake, tofu skin, and a slice of vege. The ingredients may be slightly different from the version I love in Penang, it does still tastes very light and balanced, comforting and perfect for when you’re looking for something light.

fish cake, fuchuk, and suikao, complete with kampong koh chili sauce
fish cake, fuchuk, and suikao, complete with kampong koh chili sauce

For side dishes, we tried their fish cake, sui kao, and tofu skin. These were all deep fried and served with one of the best chili sauce you can get – naturally from Kampong Koh! A satisfying lunch for sure, and I won’t hesitate to go back there again.

map to Berkeley Sua Teng kuih teow soupte

Restoran Berkeley Sua Teng
Lorong Angsa, Bandar Baru Klang,
41150 Klang, Selangor
GPS:ย 3.057078, 101.465631
Hours: 9 am to late lunch

Discuss : KY eats – Kuih Teow Soup at Sua Teng kopitiam, Taman Berkeley

  1. KY, this first time seeing clear looking type of soup. I like this one so taste must mild tasting with taste of seafood. The fishcake look good also.
    Are the cats with you still?

    • Vickie: we now only have cendawan still with us, moved to new place already too.

  2. malacca also can find kuey teow soup quite easily! my family back home used to buy it quite often, cos my aunt loves it ๐Ÿ˜‰

  3. Is it really on top of a mountain ?

  4. Love noodles in clear soup, refreshing. Fish cake looks huge – my girl would lobe all the fried stuff.

  5. immature 2.0

    best kuih teow stall allows you to pick your own fuchuk, fishball, stuffed etc. So one time I pile so much onto my bowl, the si tau say “wahhhhh ah chai, man man lai orrrrrrrr ” I then sat down at table and eat like a BOSS

  6. I love a good bowl of fish ball (and fish paste) noodles too (that’s what I call it here). Funny you should mention Kg Koh chilli sauce…what a coincidence…it’s in my blog post today too! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  7. Fish cakes are not particularly my thing, but that chili sauce I’d like to try.

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