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Telephone
03-8076 5311
Opening Hours
Today
09:30 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
09:30 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.hahasiu.com
Signature Dishes
Dumpling Soup Pan Mee Pork Ball Soup
Review (14)
Level4 2013-09-29
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I really do enjoy the smoothness of tofufa. Tofufa is a Chinese dessert made with very soft tofu. After that, sugar made from sugarcane or conventional will be added on top. Some even place ginger sugar in it. This bowl of tofu was really soft and smooth. It was easy to scoop and swallow. The flavour was really light yet strong enough to be effective. Overall, its cheap and I like it. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-25
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I was very blatantly surprised to see that Ha Ha Xiu serves Tau Fu Fa as well. We ordered it as our dessert after we finished our pan mee meals. Tau Fu Fa is actually soya custard, which tastes and feels like soyabean pudding. The tau fu fa was amazingly soft yet had a solid texture to its surface, so the top layer did not break that easilly. It was also very sweet and the clear syrup had a slight sweet coconut aftertaste. continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-31
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Chili Pan MeeHa Ha Xiu Pan Mee is a restaurant served Pan Mee with many special home made flavour. This is the signature pan mee here- Chili Pan Mee. There is eggs come together with the thin pan mee. I used to mix all the ingredients to eat. The mee is smooth and wont stick together. very nice taste. The special home made chili taste very delicious but spicy. The chili been fried, smell good and it is not oily. Overall, it is very delicious and you can add more chili if you want, depend on own flavour. continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-12
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If you ask me what do I normally eat , or what is the something that you will never get tired of eating? I would definitely say Chili Pan Mee. I remember there's one period I eat chili pan mee EVERY SINGLE DAY... for maybe...hmm, one month.. My parents scolded me , because I was too crazy . It's bad for healthy because I had chili everyday! But still, im addicted. With the soft poached egg , fragrant chili, potato leaves, springy and chewy pan mee, some restaurant comes with different color pan mee ( beetroot, spinach, carrot , or mix)... I feel so healthy after eating them!Slightly break the yolk with your chopstick, then mingle all the ingredients in the bowl... ADD EXTRA CHILI FLAKES!!! That's how I eat them! Ahhh~~ *drowning in my own saliva right now* continue reading
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Level3 2012-06-10
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Literally translated, HAHAXiu Pan Mee means Laughing loudly "Haha!" Pan Mee. Not a bad name, I guess.This is a little cozy place, simple design. What I like is the availability of magazines (even the latest Cleo, Women's weekly etc) and comics (Doraemon!) that is on the shelves when you walk in.Not that you have to wait long, as food is served relatively fast. They have a variety of tong sui, and you can take the set (along with the pan mee) that will save you about RM0.80. Dumpling pan mee. Pan mee price is generally RM6-RM6.80. The portion is generous, I must say. The soup is thick, and has some Chinese vegetables that add to the flavor. They have a variety of flavors of mee itself, this is the spinach knife cut pork pan mee. Add on RM0.30 for special flavours like pumpkin, beetroot etc. Nice but actually not much difference tastewise,if you are talking about the pan mee The pork pan mee is good, and has a generous amount of pork (and innards like liver, but you can always opt out), and is very worth the money.I my opinion, its definitely a place that is worth my money. I have already gone there twice in the 1-2 months I've known the place ;) continue reading
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