Kuala Lumpur Day 4: Pan Mee Dinner


Ben’s sister brought us to a Pan Mee restaurant for dinner.

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The above dry pan mee is the restaurant’s specialty. Ben and his sister had that.

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Not sure what was the above crispy bits, perhaps shallots and garlic. They were great.

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Fried anchovies are a must ingredients for pan mee. In fact, the broth is made from simmering anchovies.

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The home made fried chili was so good that we asked if the restaurant sells it. Unfortunately, it’s not for sale. Otherwise, I will buy some to bring home for Nanzaro.

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I had pan mee in soup. It came with similar fixings like anchovies, poached egg, ground pork, tofu skin and potato leaves. The anchovies lost their crunch in the soup.

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The noodles were in strands and not the hand torn ones. The hand torn type will have more texture due to inconsistent thickness.

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We had barley water for drinks. Thank you Ling for buying.

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