18, Jalan SS2, SS2
47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Tel : 6010-364 3398
FB : Sabah Chilli Pan Mee
Business Hours :
Mon – Sun 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Thanks to the wonderful invitation, I recently went to SS2 Petaling Jaya to have my pan mee cravings fixed at the new Sabah Chilli Pan Mee restaurant. They also have branches at Lintas Square and Gaya Street in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.
Located same row with the KTZ restaurant and Maybank SS2 outlet, finding a car park is a bit tricky at this busy area especially during peak hours.
The restaurant offers mouth-watering pan mee with plenty of varieties to choose from, including Traditional Mushroom Pan Mee (RM9.90), Traditional Dry Pan Mee (RM9.90), Dry Curry Pan Mee (RM10.90), Sichuan Spicy Pan Mee (RM10.90), Curry Laksa Pan Mee (RM12.90), Claypot Dry Pan Mee (RM12.90), and many more.
You can choose your pan mee in thin or thick noodles. My personal preference would be the thick version because the wider surface of noodles can soak in more flavourful gravy or broth.
Do you know how to eat chilli pan mee?
Step 1, scoop the chilli directly into your bowl of pan mee. Remember to start with 1 small scoop because the sambal is seriously spicy! You can always add in more later if the kick is not hot enough.
Step 2, break the runny egg yolk on your noodles for the creaminess.
Step 3, stir well and mix all together. Enjoy your pan mee while it is still warm for the perfect indulgence.
Each recipe and creation is complemented by different type of homemade sauces, chilli and sambal to fit perfectly for each particular broth and cooking style.
Served together with tonkatsu chicken, poached egg and sliced pork meat, this Japanese Big Bowl Noodle (RM47.90) that is more than enough to feed 3 pax will definitely take your breath away with its huge portion!!! Interested to challenge this Big Bowl Noodle? Get few friends for sharing and help you to finish it 😉
If rice is your staple, the restaurant also serves Taiwanese Minced Pork Rice (RM9.90), Tonkatsu Chicken Rice (RM13.90), Curry Chicken Rice (RM10.90), and Century Egg Chicken/Pork Porridge (RM8.90) to satisfy different taste buds of their customers.
Apart from serving pan mee, you can also order snacks, delicious a-la-Carte dishes, toasts and desserts at Sabah Chilli Pan Mee. We tried the Special Pork Meat Ball (RM8.90) and Fu Zhou Fish Ball (RM6.90).
Varieties of fried snacks are available to complement your pan mee experience, like their signature Taiwanese Popcorn Chicken (RM9.90) and Fried Oyster Mushroom (RM5.90).
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Other restaurant at SS2 Petaling Jaya : Get Hands Dirty with Original Louisiana Seafood Boil @ Crab Factory