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03-5631 9879
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10:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 22:00
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House Speciality Hot & Spicy Pan Mee Sichuan Piquant Pan Mee Ginger Egg Fried Rice Traditional Sarawak Noodles
Review (3)
Level4 2013-08-31
Face to Face's signature Pan Mee. In their menu, this is number 101. Firstly, I like the fact that they allow us to add as much chili as we like; there are 3 different types of chili. The chili has spiciness, oiliness and that very aromatic kick. The noodles however was pretty inconsistent. Sometimes I received good and fresh noodles, sometimes I received leftovers. The addition of the egg as well was something that I really like. Overall, its a pretty decent and normal meal. continue reading
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Face to Face Noodles House at Taylor's University is not a good example of the saying, although inaccurate, that goes, "Good foods are never found in restaurants with multiple outlets." Their Pan Mee was not disappointing after all, even though incomparable with Kam Kei Noodles House in Selayang. Personally, it seems like a restaurant that sells overpriced Pan Mee, crowded only during peak hours.I have only visited this particular outlet at Taylor's University for not more than five times, to be frank, and another outlet located somewhere within the country for merely once. I have tried their Creations Minced Pork Pan Mee, House Specialty Hot and Spicy Pan Mee (Dry), and Sichuan Piquant Pan Mee (less spicy), so I decided to challenge myself with their Vegetarian Hot and Spicy Pan Mee (Dry). I ended up eating it regretfully. I was about to be able to spout some flame and lava, I swear!My overall experience with their Pan Mee was quite ordinary. In fact, I tend to take this restaurant as a backup, in case my original plan is somehow ruined.This is something that I would never want to order ever again. I was craving for a cup of Soya Bean with Longan, and I mistook this cup of Longan Fresh Milk as what I thought it was. It was not too bad as a cup of milk, but I never like milk, that's why.Apart from Pan Mee, Face to Face Noodles House sells Sarawak noodles, rice noodles, rice, side orders, breads, and desserts, and each of them come with various choices. As I review about the restaurant, I have come to realize that Face to Face Noodles House also specializes in the local fare with excellent fusion of Sarawak's homemade noodles, widely known as "Kolok Mee". I should give it a good try soon!My Blog: http://jcheerios.blogspot.com/2013/05/early-dinner-at-face-to-face-noodles.html continue reading
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Level4 2012-09-21
Face to Face Noodle House is one of the hot spots for Taylor's students. During lunch time, it is always packed and you might have to wait 20 numbers before it is your turn. They have various types of pan mee here. Dry or soup.. Spicy or non-spicy.. You're given a choice between fat noodle or thin noodle too. The one in the photo is fat. The egg is supposed to be runny but recently, it's always overcooked =( Thankfully, the noodle isn't dry so you don't have to rely on the egg. This is the spicy version which comes with a reddish chilli oil. Quite spicy for a chilli-noob like me but I still finished it. You may order the non spicy version and just add your own condiments provided on a table. The chilli flakes here aren't very spicy but they add taste.They practice self service here as you have to line up to order yourself then wait for your number to appear on the screen. When it's your turn, you redeem your food or drinks from the window. Food costs below RM 10 so it's pretty affordable for students. Portion is generous too. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)