Dry Sambal Kuey Tiao with vegetables
I knew this dish from one of my ovo-lacto vegetarian colleague. Once I tried it, I love it! It was cheap, only RM3.30 and came with a bowl of soup! Hardly seen cheap food in Penang any more. Much more healthier and not much oily too!
It is rared to see the hawker put plenty of vegetables on a dish and put them nicely in Malaysia. There was lettuce, carrot, bean sprouts, spring onion, fried garlic, fish paste and chicken on top of the kuey tiao. So, my vegetarian colleague will order this without meat. The sambal came separated on the side which you can put as little as or as much as according to your liking. For me, the sambal was all poured in the plate and mixed together with the kuey tiao. I told the aunty to swap the seaweed soup instead of fish balls soup for me. So, you can choose to have either one.
I am not sure whether it opens at night because I went there during my lunch hour at 1pm. The stall is closed on Tuesday and it is located at the food court opposite 'Ping Hua' Girl's school which the food court is usually very busy at night.