Sorry to say that they do not serve dry version of Pan Meen. It is challenging to slurp down the soup in such a hot weather. You can make your order according to the sized of the mee, the thinner version, normal version and flatten version. As you can see, the owner is cooking using three pots that differentiate the sizes of the mee.
Deep Fried Anchovies and Extra Spicy Sambal. Act like a hero by scooping large amount and sambal and you’ll suffer from fiery stomach.
The thinner version of Pan Meen is served with a stock made from anchovies and sweet potato leaves (fan su ye) were put instead of the usual pucuk manis. The dough were rolled into flat pieces, and run it through a noodle machine.
The flatten version of dough. The hand made dough is rich in texture ( a bit chewy and springy) and the soup is to die for.
Look at this! 8 empty bowls for 5 of us! If you are a Pan Meen lover, dropped by and eat your heart out. It’s right next to Stone BBQ Steamboat. Opens from 6pm to 10pm daily.
RM 3 – Small
RM 3.50 – Large