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There are only two options, either the dry or soup pan mee. To enjoy the complete satisfaction of Chili Pan Mee, order the dry one. It will come with fried shallots, anchovies, minced meat and a whole poached egg on a bed of noodles.The chilli paste was stored in a separate container, so that you could control the level of spiciness you want your noodles to be. Just look at the chilli flakes – fiery red and shiny from the chilli oil, one can tell that it’s not going to be easy on the tummy!You k
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There are only two options, either the dry or soup pan mee. To enjoy the complete satisfaction of Chili Pan Mee, order the dry one. It will come with fried shallots, anchovies, minced meat and a whole poached egg on a bed of noodles.
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The chilli paste was stored in a separate container, so that you could control the level of spiciness you want your noodles to be. Just look at the chilli flakes – fiery red and shiny from the chilli oil, one can tell that it’s not going to be easy on the tummy!
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You know you’ve got a good bowl of chilli pan mee when the poached egg is perfect, the golden yolk flows into the noodles and coats them evenly, and the chilli flakes give the noodles a bright red sheen with bits of minced meat attached. The first bite of the chilli pan mee is the most satisfying one – after all the work of tossing and mixing, the excessive salivating due to the absolutely glorious aroma of chilli and shallots – came the ecstasy of firing up your senses with spicy chilli and bouncy noodles. Oh yes, Kin Kin did live up to its expectations. The noodles were exceptionally firm and chewy, while the chilli paste was spicy, spicy, spicy! But with a hint of aroma apparently from the addition of tea leaves within. It’s really different from the other chilli pan mee I’ve tasted before.
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We also tried the Soup Pan Mee for the fun of it. It came in a big bowl also with a poached egg and anchovies! On top of that, there were slices of pork fillet and vegetables within. Of course, eating this after the chilli pan mee, I felt it to be a little too bland. My palate was already accustomed to the tasty and spicy chilli so I can’t be a good judge.
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It’s a bowl of noodles that’s worth sweating for! Literally!
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Date of Visit
2011-10-16
Spending Per Head
RM6 (Breakfast)
Recommended Dishes
  • Chilli pan mee