Their ultra-famous dry pan mee, crowned with an egg (RM5)
Both aunt and grandma ordered the soup version, with mee hoon kuih (the chunky blocks of flour noodle) instead of the usual pan mee. Claimed they were so-so, and Jalan Alor's version the true champion (or whatever). I of course ordered their famous kon-lou (dry version), which came with an egg (yolk intact, mind you ... skilful?) anchovies, spring onions, and fried shallots. The serving was not big, sufficient for breakfast, not for lunch. ;)
Oooh... Deadly .... *_*
Consuming the bowl of noodles on its own is bland, and akin to sex-with-clothes, or something like that =P Therefore, it is highly recommended (by other floggers alike) to pepper your bowl with the dried chili flakes, liberately, to enhance the almighty "Kin Kin Experience" ....
(P/S : Take note that these babies are fiery, and those with weak bowels should stay vigilant. Don't pour the whole bottle without trying them out 1st.)
If you think your bowl of noodles is too dry, or too spicy/salty due to over-dose of the aforementioned chilli flakes, you can douse the flame with some sweet broth soup, served together with the noodle. The vegetables provide fibres, helps in assisting bowel movement. LOL
A rare sight in Kin Kin Pan Mee, right?
The decor was simple, minimalist, with furnitures resembling those from period dramas (ancient period mind you, not the monthly kind =P) and the place is air-conditioned. Parking's a breeze, but not sure if the same can be said during peak hours.
Location : 6-G, Jalan Perubatan 4, Off Jalan Pandan Ilmu. Specifically, it is directly opposite of Pandan Indah police station. The same area houses Hospital Pandan Indah, a Secret Recipe cafe, a famous Hakka Noodle shop, and another famous Pan Mee shop.
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