Pan Mee (literally Wood / Board Noodle), which use to illustrate the texture of this noodle that’s slightly chewy and cut into straight board strand, or in self-prepared form where they pinch the dough bit by bit during cooking. Pan Mee is traditionally serve in a clear broth, usually made out of anchovies, and top with a lot of potato leaves and also crispy fried achieves to add on the taste of savoury, making the overall taste pleasing and tasty. Super Kitchen Chilli Pan Mee Restaurant, probably serve 1 of the best chilli pan mee version around this region.
The chilli pan mee version from Super Kitchen is not for the faint hearted, but spicy lover will regard this place as heaven, as they provide on the side, grounded roasted dry chilli to be add into your noodles when it’s served. Chilli Pan Mee is then, getting more and more popular and widely accepted by all ages. If it’s your first time, perhaps you should start off with little bit of chillies and put more as you like it later on.
Pro Tip: Order a dairy / milk based drink to curb the spiciness later, just in case.
Together with the chilli pan mee, the best companions are these 2; Homemade Fried Dumpling (Sui Kow). The skin is made of thin Wantan skin, which then use to wrap minced meat, usually pork seasoned with ingredients like chives, garlic, shallot and onions. It will then be deep fried and you get to taste the delicious, crispy homemade fried dumpling to go with your noodle.
Another best companion would be these Homemade Fried Wantan! Wrapped in a form of small pocket, it’s quite similar with dumpling, having seasoned minced meat wrapped and deep fried thereafter. What you have at the end, would be a perfect bite size wantan to go with your meal!
Super Kitchen Chilli Pan Mee currently have 10 branches, with their HQ located at Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman. Their other branches are available ath the following proximity; Kepong, Kota Damansara, Petaling Jaya, Subang Jaya, Sri Petaling, Klang, and Cheras.
And if you want to know how to exactly eat a bowl of this gorgeously spicy Chilli Pan Mee, here’s a post to teach you how!