Top 5 Amazing Pan Mee with Qian Qian Little Kitchen @ Jalan Pandan Indah

Pan Mee or also known as the Flat Noodle is typically a freshly handmade noodle from a simple flour-based dough. Did you know that Pan Mee was said to be originated in Kuala Lumpur? It is still a much appreciated dish until today.

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Over the years, people have innovated many different types of pan mee, making it one of the most versatile form of noodle one can taste in the country. Opened in August 2016, Qian Qian Little Kitchen is by far one of the cleanest, neatest and brightest looking place with a white and red decor. The prices are reasonable too, ranging from RM6.00 – RM8.00.

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From the fiery dry chilli pan mee to the traditional soup pan mee, we’ve listed the Top 5 Amazing Pan Mee that you should try at none other than Qian Qian Little Kitchen which is situated at Jalan Pandan Indah.

#1 The Fiery Dry Chilli Pan Mee

The Fiery Dry Chilli Pan Mee is served with minced pork, fried anchovies, shredded Sichuan preserved vegetables (cha choy), fried shallots and topped with a poached egg and calamansi lime. It is also served with a separate bowl of soup with vegetable. You ‘ll have to eat the noodles with their dried chilli mix and a good squeeze of lime. Toss everything together for a more rounded flavor in one bite.

#2 The Traditional Pan Mee Soup

The Traditional Pan Mee Soup is served with minced pork, fried anchovies, shredded Chinese mushrooms, pork ball, vegetables and fried shallots in an anchovy broth.

#3 The Spicy Curry Pan Mee

The Spicy Curry Pan Mee came with chicken, potatoes, long beans and hard-boiled egg with a thin and light curry broth.

#4 The Nutritious Herbal Soup Pan Mee

The Nutritious Herbal Soup Pan Mee had similar ingredients to the Pan Mee Soup except this one had dried goji berries or wolfberries in the soup base.  The herbal taste was very light, hardly noticeable, which is great for those who don’t like a strong herbal taste in their soup.

#5 Loh Pan Mee

The Loh Pan Mee surprisingly does not taste like the dark version of loh mee with its starchy sauce and egg strands.  This one just seemed to have a thicker soya-based sauce that’s robust in flavor, suitable for those who like a thicker soup broth.

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Apart from the specialty of Pan Mee, Qian Qian Little Kitchen also offer some side dishes to provide more munching opportunities for their diners, such as fried or soup dumplings, fried wanton, otak-otak, deep fried meat, fried fish cake, drinks and so on.

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Dumpling Soup
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Fried Dumplings
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Fried Wanton

 

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Fried Meat
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Fried Fish Cake
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Assorted Drinks

So, what are you waiting for? It’s time for some delicious handmade Pan Mee from Qian Qian Little Kitchen with your family and friends! You can earn 5% LP from your total bill! Don’t forget to show your a2a app QR code to the cashier!

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Now please excuse us as we’re gonna dig in now!

All images are taken from facebook.com/芊芊板面Qian-Qian-Little-Kitchen-715551211916709/ unless otherwise stated.

Address: No. 81G, Jalan Pandan Indah 4/6B, Pandan Indah, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

Contact Number: 03-4287 7333

Business Hours:
11.00am – 9.00pm (Mon-Sun)
Closed on Tuesday (Fortnightly)

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