15 Styles of Pan Min/Mee (Torn Noodles) is TEH GOOD!

So what do you do when you are hungry..

Me? I go somewhere new to eat, especially if I heard it’s good.

Actually originally I headed to the Beef Noodle place KY blogged about, but it was closed..

So I headed to the 15 styles of Pan Min shop.

Pan Min is basically hand made noodles from kneaded flower that are torn into chunks about the size of a large postage stamp.

The normal type you get is served in a clear-ish soup with a bit of green vege and some crispy anchovies balanced on top of your spoon.

This place however had a bit of a variety.

We ended up with 6 styles of Pan Min (I can’t honestly remember them all).

Pan Min/Mee

These are my favourite 3 though, as far as I remember.

1) Dryish Pan Min with Black Pepper Flavour

Black Pepper Pan Min

Not really very spicy, but moist enough and really VERY good.

2) Pork Belly Pan Min

Pork Belly Pan Min

Rather oily, but extremly tasty.

2) Mince Pork Pan Min

Minced Pork Pan Min

Finished up with a rather large Red Bean and Cendol.

Red Bean and Cendol

Definately enough for two!

The Drunken Chicken Pan Min was also pretty good, the Yam one was probably the worst, it was rather bland.

Don’t think of it as 1 dish per person, they are large portions. I’d recommend 2 bowls per 3 persons, so 5 bowls for 7 people and so on.

This is the shop front, taken from April Cherrie as I forgot to take a picture of it.


As you can see, it’s called Eiffel, most people think it’s a dessert shop.

If you are familiar with Cheras (around Loke Yew), coming from Jalan Loke Yew right before the elevated part that heads towards Leisure Mall, you pass by Butler and the big Honda showroom and a stretch of shops is on the left. Turn in BEFORE the roundabout, and go up to the row of shops, it’s just there.




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16 Responses to 15 Styles of Pan Min/Mee (Torn Noodles) is TEH GOOD!

  1. aprilcherrie January 13, 2006 at 2:43 pm #

    ya… i don’t like the yam one also… but my mum like it very much -_-… and the drunken chicken one… hmm… drink once… oso will have the “dizzy” feeling…

  2. FireAngel January 13, 2006 at 3:25 pm #

    ALL THE WAY TO CHERAS?!?!?!?!?

  3. KY January 13, 2006 at 5:44 pm #

    ooO. looks good. making me hungry

  4. foodcrazee January 13, 2006 at 5:48 pm #

    like the way u put the word flower as opposed to flour ( the way it should be pronounce ) 15 styles ? Wow ! Can u draw a map ? chuckle

  5. archangel January 13, 2006 at 9:40 pm #

    one look at it. i feel full~liao..
    must focus.. *diet* -.-“‘

    continue FA~ any other particular reason u go all the way to cheras..


  6. avila January 13, 2006 at 10:12 pm #

    damn. i’m now having this familiar sounds coming from my stomach. photos of food always make me hungry. especially Pan Mee my favourite.

    tell me ShaolinTiger, how much does this whole thing, the food, cost you?

  7. Tech Talks January 13, 2006 at 10:53 pm #

    Pan mee lovers should go to klang. There’s a shop in berkeley gardens where they only serve one type of pan mee. Original pan mee. Ppl wait a whole good hour just for the damn pan mee.
    Damn pan mee.. I’d rather have bah kut teh anyday. 😉

  8. victor January 13, 2006 at 11:58 pm #

    I think, therefore i Am.

  9. ShaolinTiger January 14, 2006 at 7:31 pm #

    aprilcherrie: Yeah the yam one kind of boring.

    foodcrazee: Sorry bro, no map..But the directions I gave should get you there, just head towards Cheras on Loke Yew.

    avila: Including drinks and a few desserts was $73

    Tech Talks: Dude if I go to Klang I’m eating Bah Kuh Teh or Seafood, not Pan Min!

  10. babe_kl January 16, 2006 at 4:51 pm #

    goshhhh i feel like going there for dinner tonite!!!!

  11. wyejon January 16, 2006 at 9:12 pm #

    woah… i must remember to come here!

  12. jen January 19, 2006 at 4:52 pm #

    ya… been there with cherrie… not bad 😛 really love the food

  13. TH Lim September 29, 2006 at 10:56 am #

    Mind telling me where is this shop? Do you have an address or landmarks where I can use to get there?

  14. Jenny Chin June 28, 2008 at 12:54 am #

    There is a good Pan Mee stall at Jalan 222,in PJ. Though not as many as 15 varieties but the tradisional hakka & the tom yam pan mee is to die for. I think the kopitiam where the Panmee stall is called AhWa. Same kopitiam that has excellent hokkien mee at night.

  15. Trish April 30, 2009 at 2:08 pm #

    There’s a new pan mee place in Bdr Sri permaisuri….. JoJo PAN MEE….. behind Kolek Cafe and same row with Q-bistro… seems that the always smiling owner from Kuchai Entrepreneur park opened there. Their curry pan mee and yok choy kai is really delicious. Even saw an ah pak and ah por ta pau-ing (got such word?? :P) a few bags of curry.

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