Thursday, November 15, 2007

[Phood] Kin Kin Spicy Pan Mee @ Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman

Read a lot of write-ups on this restaurant but never know where it is so never tried. Few weeks back my aunty brought my parents to the 'competitor' opposite - Super Kitchen because of the air cond facility. Aunty said it was comparable but parents didn't like it.

So last week we went to Kin Kin to try the difference, though I've never tasted Super Kitchen's.

The disadvantages of Kin Kin is that, there's no air cond, limited beverage choices, the owners are always arguing, and you have to wait at least half an hour for the food (depending on the crowd). They cook the noodles about 6 bowls at once. If only they can improve their speed. Plus, it's quite expensive (RM5 per bowl).

Dry chilli pan mee

There will be a bottle of chilli paste on the table and you add your preference amount of chili in your pan mee. 3 of us ordered 3 dry ones and 1 soup one to try. And also a bowl of pork balls (they use packet pork balls, not homemade) We all agreed that the dry one taste much better than the soup one. I personally like it very much despite hearing comments that it's not nice. The noodles is not too soft, nor too hard, blends well with the chili and all the ingredients :)

The best heavenly taste - Don't break the egg yolk. Put together the egg yolk, some minced pork and some noodles coated with chili paste. Stuff everything into your mouth. *heaven* The yolk burst, ooh la la coating the minced meat and noodles. Yummeh!

Restaurant Kin Kin Spicy Pan Mee
Jalan Dewan Sulaiman 1,
off Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman
(Chow Kit area)

Can't really remember the opening hours... morning 9am until 5pm i think. Not very sure. Will check on it.

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