We Ate This Updated – Face to Face Noodles – Damansara Perdana

This is a pretty decent place to get Pan Mee over my side of town, any other suggestions in PJ?

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Face to Face Noodles House – Chili & Curry Pan Mee – Damansara Perdana

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7 Responses to We Ate This Updated – Face to Face Noodles – Damansara Perdana

  1. eddyhan January 30, 2008 at 8:06 am #

    There’s a couple of places pan mee is good but they’re not in PJ area…

    One is in KL. I forgot the name of the road it’s situated in but I know it’s behind a honda showroom. And it’s blardee addictive.

    The other one does not really belong in Pan Mee category but related. Mee Hun Ker in Berkeley, Klang is very popular. Ask any locals and they can immediately direct you.

    Must try.

  2. kevin January 30, 2008 at 3:45 pm #

    why is it there are so many dried pan mee popping out lately?

    so far, one of the best chilli ban me is available at Kin Kin off Jln Tunku Abdul Rahman (behind the Pizza Hut) @ RM 5 a bowl. peak hour visitations a big no-no.

    there is one in bangsar @ Restoren Chun Heong, Lrg Ara Kiri 2, Lucky Garden Bangsar. this pan mee is available in soup form.

  3. Grace February 1, 2008 at 9:29 am #

    Hey,

    I agree with Kevin.

    The best ban mee that I’ve ever had is at Restoran Kin Kin, off Jln Tunku Abdul Rahman in KL. However, the best time to visit this restaurant is on a Saturday morning when it is still an off-peak hour. If not, there will be lots of customers by 1130am onwards and you will end up waiting 45 minutes for your bowl of Chilli Ban Mee.

    If you need directions to that place, let me know. I will be gladly to show you. =)

    For more info, you can actually view the picture of the Ban Mee here first… http://www.graceong.com/2007/11/28/best-chilli-ban-mee/

    I hope this helps =)

  4. oliviasy February 3, 2008 at 12:05 am #

    face to face has a branch in uptown, pj. same row as 7-11.

  5. spot February 12, 2008 at 12:32 am #

    Try the pan mee at the 8888 coffeeshop in Damansara Perdana nearer to the Emerald side. RM3.50 and so tasty.

  6. Peng s. Chan May 22, 2008 at 5:08 pm #

    The Pan Meen in Lucky Garden, Bangsar is pretty good and is available both dry/gorn lo or soup. Egg is optional. Lots of ikan bilis, potatoes leaves, minced meat topping. The lady serves it with a wonderfully tangy green chilli sauce. Lately, a szechuan style pan meen/noodle has been introduced. The kopitiam is the double lot shop, in the middle of the row. She actually has customers coming from as far as Subang to savour her stuff. Can’t remember the name tho I stay in Bangsar. Enjoy!!!

  7. Looi February 17, 2009 at 11:05 am #

    The face to face pan mee is really taste good ..
    there have a branch at Sunway as well ..
    Nearby Guardian and same row with HLB ..
    pan mee lover can have a try over there ..