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Monday, August 11, 2008

Chilli Pan Mee @ Restoran Kin Kin

I think I am the last person who's gonna blog about Chilli Pan Mee @ Restoran Kin Kin. Who cares? I still want to write something about it! It has been quite sometime since my last visit. I remember the last time we went there, one of my friend asked the guy who served us "can't you speak politely???", The guy who is apparently owner of the restaurant, laughed and walked away.

If you are visiting this place in the afternoon, you will find it extremely crowded and you got to queue up to be sited. By the time when you sit in, the stuffiness in the shop has taken away all your mood to eat. And then comes the rude auntie who is going to take drinks order. By the time you look at her face and the way she talks while arranging for customers to share their tables, you will feel like slapping her! Like as if, we owed her few million dollars!

Well, well......My suggestions is........go there during dinner time rather than lunch time. No doubt, this is still the best Chili Pan Mee in town. I have tried others in Kuchai, Puchong & Damansara, but I just prefer this....this original Chilli Pan Mee @ Restoran Kin Kin which I have been revisiting since year 2002.

The noodles is served with an half cooked egg, so that you can mixed it up with the noodles together with their special spicy chilli paste before you eat. The texture and tenderness of their noodles are just nice, youu will know it from your first bite.Mere words could not describe the heavenly taste of the noodles. Just go for a try! If you are a forgiving person, you can go during lunch hour, or else....dinner time please!

All noodles served are standard in size, it's written on their counter " No big, No small". Price for a bowl would be RM 5.30. For the past few years, I have been seeing the same notice on the wall which is written with a marker," We have no branches!!" But this time, it's different! This is what I have noted!

For those that can't really take spicy food beware, don't act like a hero! and Don't take whiskey after that....or will suffer!

Do you know?
Bǎn miàn is a Hokkien-style egg noodle soup common in parts of China, Fujian province
(the province where my ancestors lived) Ban mian served in parts of China, such as in northern Fujian, comprises egg noodles which are boiled, and served in sesame butter sauce, and in soup.


Restoran Kin Kin
40 Ground Floor,
Jalan Dewan Sultan Sulaiman 1,
Off Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman,
Chow Kit Kuala Lumpur


BShya said...

i miss the pan mee so much, i think almost 10 mths i didnt go there. So far, this is the most delicious chili pan mee that i found.

Lushia said...

bshya- totally agree with you. Among all the chilli pan mee I tried...this is the best! Find one day la...we go makan...