Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Pan Mee story

I found a place that sells good and tasty Hakka pan mee in Kuching!! Not as famous as Sarawak kolo mee or Sarawak laksa, one would discover that it is hard to find a nice Hakka pan mee in Kuching.

Ice Buddy Cafe, MJC

However when someone told me that this place serves good pan mee right in front of my nose (literally), I did not hesitate to give it a try. It is so near to my place and yet I did not know and tried it out before.

So one fine Saturday morning with my buddy and kids, we went to this Ice Buddy CafĂ© for breakfast. We both have kids of similar ages, so they get along well.

The Seremban pan mee

Now I noticed that they have the Pan Mee banner up there.  It claimed to be a Seremban hand-made pan mee. So I guess it could not get as authentic as this. Who would not want to try fresh hand-made pan mee??

Normal bowl at RM4.50

Check out this mouth-watering bowl of soupy pan mee. My verdict? I love it. The soup has that rich anchovies broth and not too overwhelming with MSG while the handmade noodle was of right consistency, elasticity and texture. I personally think this is the best pan mee I have ever tasted in Kuching!

A real hidden gem found!! 

10 comments:

suituapui said...

Yes, I'm not a fan of pan mee either. Will eat sometimes for a change if there is any dry one, not into the ones in soup.

Princess Ribbon said...

I love love love soupy pan mee with lots of minced meat, ikan bilis and spinach.. The cili dip is very important too..

lina said...

Wah! The pan mee sounds delish.

Nancy Chan said...

I would definitely want to try a handmade pan mee anytime, especially when someone recommends it.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I will prefer the yu mian... The thinner version...

Sharon D said...

I love pan me ..both the soupy version and the kicap one. But I must admit that I order the kicap one more! This looks good to me. ^.^

reana claire said...

I love pan mee...sometimes I ask for fine noodles, sometimes thick and at times big and flat ones... Great that you found a gem already!!

mun said...

The pan mee looks good. You can always make pan mee at home since you are a good cook.

Merryn said...

A gem right under your nose. Now you can eat there often.

My hubby is from Seremban yet we have never tried eating pan mee from there. LoL.

Shirley Tay said...

I enjoy slurping a bowl of good pan mee too. Yum yum! xoxo