Review: Pan Mee @ Dao Ma Qie Restaurant, Puchong

Random search for dinner in the neighbourhood ended up at a place called Dao Ma Qie in Bandar Puchong Utama, which specialises in Pan Mee. Menu items were quite limited – they only had the dry/soup versions (no chilli pan mee) and some snacks like fried foochok, meatballs and assorted stuffed goodies. Snack platter of fried fish cakes/foo chok. The fish cakes were actually pretty good … Continue reading Review: Pan Mee @ Dao Ma Qie Restaurant, Puchong

Yummy Yummy Pan Mee, Meranti Jaya Puchong

Mi was craving for Pan Mee over the weekend, so we went to this new place called Yummy Pan Mee at Taman Meranti Jaya, Puchong. For those who don’t know, pan mee is a Malaysian Chinese dish, consisting of thick hand-kneaded flour noodles shaped into thin/thick strips or shredded and boiled in a vege/anchovy-base soup. It is then served in soup, or ‘dry’. The soup one … Continue reading Yummy Yummy Pan Mee, Meranti Jaya Puchong

New Year’s Eve 2016 – Chilli Pan Mee SS2 / Snowflake Paradigm Mall

Hey guys! After all the reveling/partying over the holiday season, it’s time to get back to reality 😀 Here’s what I did on the last day of 2016. 🙂 Met up with Jo and Mabel for our New Year ‘countdown’! We had dinner at Super Kitchen Chilli Pan Mee in SS2. The place is famous for their chilli pan mee – thick hand-kneaded noodles topped with … Continue reading New Year’s Eve 2016 – Chilli Pan Mee SS2 / Snowflake Paradigm Mall

Mian Dui Mian Noodle House, Bandar Puteri, Puchong

Grabbing a quick lunch at Bandar Puteri Puchong over the weekend! 🙂 Mum initially wanted to get porridge but we didn’t wanna drive so far so we ended up getting pan mee at Mian Dui Mian instead. What is pan mee? It is Hakka-Chinese noodle dish from Malaysia,  made up of thick or thin (sometimes hand shredded) flour noodles in either dry or soup versions. … Continue reading Mian Dui Mian Noodle House, Bandar Puteri, Puchong

Super Kitchen Chilly Pan Mee SS2

Pan mee is a unique noodle dish that you can only find in Malaysia. A Hakka-Chinese creation, the name literally translates to ‘flat flour noodle’ – usually hand kneaded, cut into thick or thin (or shredded) before being cooked in a soup. There are also ‘dry’ versions that come with fried anchovies and minced meat before being tossed in a dark soy sauce. ‘Chilli’ pan … Continue reading Super Kitchen Chilly Pan Mee SS2