Malaysian Spaghetti: Super Kitchen Chili Pan Mee

Dry Chili Pan Mee

Location: Restoran Super Kitchen Chilly Pan Mee, on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Address: Jalan PJU5/4, Dataran Sunway, Kota Damansara, 47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Cost: 5.5 MYR (1.66 USD)

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IMG 3435 Malaysian Spaghetti: Super Kitchen Chili Pan Mee

How To Eat Chili Pan Mee

chilly pan mee Malaysian Spaghetti: Super Kitchen Chili Pan Mee

IMG 3431 Malaysian Spaghetti: Super Kitchen Chili Pan Mee

Mixed chili pan mee with dry chili flakes

Chilly or Chili Pan Mee is yet another crazy Malaysian divine mixture or goodness that had me in disbelief entirely as I wolfed it down.  I’m going to go ahead and label it as Malaysian spaghetti.  The dish begins with a bed of thick and starchy freshly boiled pan mee noodles.  Atop the piping noodles, the creator adds a selection of condiments including some stir fried salty minced pork, a handful of crunchy anchovies, some fried garlic, a semi steamed egg, and fresh chopped green onions.

The chilly pan mee is brought from the kitchen with all the topping still seperated and it is up to the lucky culprit to mix it altogether, coating the noodles with the nectar of the ingredients. A large bowl of super delicious chili flake oil sauce which is mandatory to the dish is sitting on every table.  Do not hold back on the chili sauce, but instead add a heaping pile to the noodles for a spaghetti eating sensation that will burst with flavor in your mouth.

Migration Mark Rating: 7/10

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Comments

  1. says

    Thank for the info, tried it and it is yummy but can’t beat those I had in China before…

    Oh and they have few branches that’s closer to the city :)

  2. Cseng says

    The famous one is actually across the street to Super Kitchen called Kin Kin Pan Mee – the original. But please don’t come during lunch hour or you will be waiting X3 for your bowl of chilli pan mee.

    Best time – 10am to 11am and 3pm to 6pm

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