20 Dec, 2011
Restoran Super Kitchen Chilli Pan Mee (辣椒板面)
Posted by: Wen Ching In: Malaysian Food
One of the Malaysian dishes that we missed when we were in the UK was pan mee. Pan mee is a Hokkien style noodle which literally translates into flat flour noodle. It was usually served in soup or eaten dry with thick black soya sauce. In recent years, dry chilli pan mee has become increasingly popular and there are many restaurants in Klang Valley selling them.
We ordered a bowl of chilli pan mee (辣椒板面) each. Priced at RM5.50, the pan mee was served with dried anchovies, mushrooms, minced pork and egg. Each table had a jar of fresh chilli fakes which we could add to our noodles. The amount of chilli to add depends on your tolerance towards spiciness.
Since we are spicy food lovers, we can’t help but adding countless spoons of chilli flakes into the noodles. After adding the chilli, it is best to mix the bowl of noodles with the ingredients evenly as pictured above. We quite liked the pan mee in Super Kitchen, the noodles were nice and chewy and the chilli was not only spicy, but also fragrant. It definitely satisfied our craving for spicy food that night!
Their pan mee was good and we would definitely return for more! The restaurant also serves pan mee with soup, curry pan mee, fish head noodles and other main dishes as an alternative to the dry chilli pan mee. For more information and menu, please visit their website.
43, Jalan Radin Bagus
Bandar Baru Sri Petaling
57000 Kuala Lumpur.