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It took me a while to find, but I finally located Jojo's little Kitchen in Jalan Kenari, on the same row with PHD (pizzahut delivery).A homey little place with basic wooden chairs and tables. A menu was given to us almost immediately as we were one of the earliest. People started streaming in later. For drinks, I decided to try something unconventional, so to say. Green apple water chestnut (RM3.50 If I'm not mistaken) was a refreshing drink, not too sweet, with chewy bits at the bottom. One of
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It took me a while to find, but I finally located Jojo's little Kitchen in Jalan Kenari, on the same row with PHD (pizzahut delivery).
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A homey little place with basic wooden chairs and tables.
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A menu was given to us almost immediately as we were one of the earliest. People started streaming in later.
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For drinks, I decided to try something unconventional, so to say. Green apple water chestnut (RM3.50 If I'm not mistaken) was a refreshing drink, not too sweet, with chewy bits at the bottom. One of my recommended drinks, definitely.
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Fried wanton came next, 8 pieces for RM5. Nothing special, I recommend you save your money for something else.
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Main dishes! There is the traditional pan mee with soup or dry choices. For once, I decided to be a little adventurous by trying Herbal Pan Mee (RM8). It tasted like Pan mee in proper herbal chicken soup. Even the chicken portion was generous. Do try it if you're up for an adventure, and if you like herbal stuff
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Sotong ball panmee with milk (RM8) turned out to be a good choice as well, with the soup texture cream-milkish tasting. Pan mee was machine made, but you have the choice of thick or thin or "pinched"
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For tau fu fa (about RM1.20 if I remember correctly), they have choices of brown sugar and conventional white sugar. Took the white one, and was satisfied. Not too sweet, and tau fu fa was soft and melts in the mouth.

Verdict: Pan mee with lots of choices. Prices are slightly higher than your average hawker stall, but then again you pay for the variety, the creativity and the ambiance, not to mention the higher quality.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Date of Visit
2011-12-02
Spending Per Head
RM10 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
  • Herbal Pan Mee
  • Sotong ball panmee with milk
  • Green apple water chestnut drink
  • tau fu fa