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Ginger Egg Fried Rice House Speciality Hot & Spicy Pan Mee Sichuan Piquant Pan Mee Traditional Sarawak Noodles
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Face to Face Noodle House located at Penang Time Square which has alot of parking space in front of the restaurant since Time Square is not that famous in Penang and not much shop in operation as well. We normally just go there for this restaurant pan mee. The restaurant itself also quite small with 2 storey but limited table. Face to Face Noodle House is pour favorite restaurant for Pan Mee, the soup is clear and sweet, pan mee is well cook and has the right texture. the deep fried fritter as well very delicious which is crispy and flavorful. Not only clear soup pan mee instead they served tomyam soup, herbal soup...etc as well. Read More from http://www.tasteiest.com continue reading
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Level3 2013-07-22
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you spotted the ‘Sarawak’ word and wondering what so Sarawak about this pan mee? so did i..turned out that the founder of Face 2 Face Noodle House was said to be the great grandchild of the founder of kolok mee. the great grandfather home made the noodles ala traditional manner, where the chef rides the bamboo log to knead the eggs, flour and other ingredient together. i think it’s all mechanized now.in 2006, the founder decided to start a restaurant specializing in the local fare by combining this unique concept of making noodles, the traditional Sarawakian way, with Pan Mee.he believes face to face contact is the most personally sincere and direct manner of communication, hence the name Face to Face Noodles House.you get to choose how you like your pan mee to be, i am thin noodle girl, you? but i’ll prefer pinch if i am having it at home.different spicy condiments to complement your noodle.Hot Honey Lemon | RM 3.60House Specialty Pan Mee (soup)Sarawak Laksa!!!the broth was thick and tasty. it’s pretty authentic if my memory serves me well. but the sambal it served with wasn’t belacan sambal, unlike what i had in Sarawak. House Specialty Pan Mee (dry) | RM 7.30chili flakes is totally optional. but i likey their chili flakes, fragrant and fiery.my friends seemed to enjoy their pan mees, both dry and soup version. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)