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Monday, 20 October 2008

Review: Chilli Pan Meen at Restoran Super Kitchen


Just a quickie here today as I'm terribily busy with work. Updates will be sporadic.

My parents took me here one evening during the Raya holidays, whilst the Muslims balik kampung to celebrate, I actually balik kampung too for that week hehehe... a great change indeed as there are so many new eating places mushrooming in Kepong.

My mom thot this place is the same as her friend's Ah Peng place (Restoran Kin Kin) as she saw the Batu Road on the signage, little does she knew that this place was operating opposite Kin Kin in Jalan Dewan Sultan Sulaiman 1. As I browse thru the menu, I knew it's not a branch of Kin Kin. This place have a few types of pan meen other than the dry style. Dad had curry version which the soup is rich and laden with steamed chicken, brinjal, long beans and tofu puff. Don't think got blood cockles though.

Mom and I have the dry style pan meen that came with minced meat, crunchy deep fried anchovies (ikan bilis), a few slices shitake mushroom and a poached egg (RM6.00). The bottle of chilli flakes are right there on the table, all yours for as much as you like to spoon onto your noodles. Whilst I like the al dente noodles texture but the chilli flakes lacked of that fiery oommphh. I spooned in at least 4 heapful but still lacked that zing unlike Kin Kin where I need to exercise caution. It's not pleasant to have a stomach on fire the whole afternoon heh.

Super Kitchen - chili pan meen

The sui kow (dumplings) was pretty good though, plump with fillings with minced pork, carrots and black fungus which have a slight sesame seeds oil flavour.

Super Kitchen - sui kau

Decided to put this up after reading Simon, Mimi and Nic's posts :p

Restoran Super Kitchen
Jalan Metro Perdana 8
Taman Usahawan Kepong,
Kuala Lumpur

(Just look for HSBC)


Tummythoz said...

Just tried this at its TAR road shop. Think I prefer this. Better service and less chance of choking on the level of hotness.

Jin Hooi said...

awwww.. i miss chili pan mee so much.. Baba, can you please send one over ;-p

Ciki said...

they have it at kota damansara, dataran sunway too! some people don't like it.. but I LOVE IT! I add the chilli till it's redder than red. I stop only when I am happily numb:P mwahaha...

Precious Pea said...

Kin Kin too far for me..i will try this out!

Simon Seow said...

Wah, such an honour to be mentioned by you.

Unknown said...

tummy, i totally agree, better service and nicer environ, unlike kin kin, i think their serving might be a bit bigger too. :)

choi yen said...

The dumpling good eh? Must try next time :)

PS: Thanks for the link ^.^

Babe_KL said...

hahaha yeah but not enuff chilli power though for me, tummythoz

jin hooi, can make yr own?

the noodles are all right ciki but chilli no oommpphh :p

pea, they hv it at other locations near you, check simon/nic site

eh simon, dun say like dat :p

deric, you tried at jln TAR?

no problem mimi

Jason said...

Haven't tried this version yet. Shall keep this in mind.

Wye Jon said...

here's a little bit of trivia:

Super Kitchen also has a branch directly opposite Kin Kin in Chow Kit. In fact I think it may even be the original branch.

Their version of the chili pan mee is 90% similar to Kin Kin's with way better service and comfort levels :)

foongpc said...

Have never been there! But the photo looks so delicious! Must give it a try! : )

Babe_KL said...

hv u tried kin kin, jason?

wyw jon, yes the one opp kin kin was their first. i heard they hv branches in sunway dsara n kota dsara

foongpc, try the outlet nearest to you

Unknown said...

i agree with you on chili have to be good for us malaysians. its just like chicken rice, no matter how sedap but w/o good chili, it just cannot make it :)

Babe_KL said...

100% agree with you, quachee ;-)