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Published on November 15th, 2010 | by email2me


Te Chang You Tiao Wang (Chinese Cruller King) at Paya Terubong Penang


With sausages and mayonnaise RM3 each


This one comes with meat floss which is my favorite – RM2.50 each



Salad – RM2.50 This one is highly recommended as the coleslaw will balance the oily feel and make you able to eat more.


Peanut butter and margarine – RM2


Horse Leg or Ma Kiok (RM2 for 3 pcs) in Cantonese which comes in sweet flavor with a little sesame seeds sprinkle on it


The boss with his proud 14″ Chinese Cruller

Te Chang You Tiao Wang Enterprise
1250A Jalan Paya Terubong
11060 Penang

Tel : 016 4337301 (Mr Tan)

Closed every alternate Tuesday

GPS Coordinates : N05 2339.2   E100 1635.1


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6 Responses to Te Chang You Tiao Wang (Chinese Cruller King) at Paya Terubong Penang

  1. mimid3vils says:

    I love crispy you tiao 🙂

  2. iamthewitch says:

    WAHH I love you tiao!! RM1 only so cheap!

  3. taufulou says:

    si pek tua tiau eh~

  4. neko-hime says:

    coleslaw balance the oil? lol, that one got mayo lah…. i think original is still the best!

  5. Kudo says:

    I love you tiao and I have actually tried the Te Chang You Tiao Wang on the last trip to Penang. After that, I have also found Bee J You Tiao in Kuching, from west to east Malaysia, I can tell you Kuching Bee J You Tiao is no joke and a really must try though it is 2 inches shorter that the Penang’s one. Check it out

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