Thursday, August 15, 2013

Restoran Super Chili Pan Mee ( SS15 Subang Jaya, Selangor)

Yippie!! Super Chilli Pan Mee is now at SS15. Yippie again to their dry super-duper spicy chilli flakes. Oh, packing a big kick spiciness. Goes well with literally any of the dishes you can for. Of course, not with the desserts and drinks though, okay? My first ever experience in Restoran Super Chili Pan Mee was in Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, thereafter in SS2, PJ (Restaurant Super Chilli Pan Mee). Honestly, I just so love the chilli flakes. No holds barred, I can literally just drop bits and bits of it on my tongue. On this day, we were in this outlet before 12.00pm. Better. Otherwise, you will be swarmed by students from the nearby colleges and lunch time crowd. Service was prompt. We looked through the menu, we decided and we waited in this normal ambiance. Outwardly clean, and dining in an air-conditioned eatery does really help for our Malaysian burning weather. 

Food arrived, what else is there, except tuck in. I tucked into Fish Head Noodle. House specialty "original pan mee" and fried fish head fillets. Crispy fried fish head and noodles in a milky tangy broth, garnished alongside spring onion and fried shallots, and when eaten with the chilli flakes, I tell you! Up to heaven I went, never mind I had to pause and blow my nose in between. 

My two colleagues had the Original Chilli Pan Mee Dry Style. Flat noodles, minced crispy pork, fried anchovies, runny egg and shrooms, accompanied with a sweet potato leaf soup. Eaten after mixing the noodles with the rest of the ingredients and chilli flakes, colleagues couldn't be happier. They loved it.  
Sweet potato leaf soup fared quite right as well. Nothing really special, but, let me say again, tasted quite right.

To "woof-woof" down spiciness, we strawed up the sour amra juice and assam lime.
RM30.00 for this spicy meal, you bet I will be returning again and again. 

No 27, SS15/8A
Subang Jaya
Tel:  56370998

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  1. Usually I go for their dumplings soup. :)

  2. ivy sew http://simplybeautifulhealthyliving.blogspot.comAugust 15, 2013 at 11:46 PM

    Hi Nava, my main reason of going for chili pan mee is its dried chili! I just love it. I would usually mix it with the noodles and the poached egg together. So you can imagine how my bowl of pan mee looks like when everything is mixed together. So yummy :)

  3. As far as I know potato leaves are toxic (a nightshade family) whereas sweet potato leaves are not. You mentioned potato leaves soup.

  4. Todo se ve muy rico y la sopa con ají estupenda me encanta,hugs,hugs.

  5. Food looks delicious. I got a kick out of the 'how to' sign.

  6. Hi Mr/Mrs anonymous,
    Thanks for your valuable feedback about the leaves. Maybe you can check at the website of the eatery whereby its stated as potato leaves I did read and true enough, the debate is about potato leaves and they can be poisonous. But I am really not sure about it.

    I also appreciate if you can cite the link (any) which says that the potato leaves are poisonous. Also appreciate if you can sign and leave comment with your name rather than being anonymous. What's holding you?

  7. Very delicious Nava, I can feel the heat of the chillies right here. but awesome I love spicy food...

  8. How to eat chili paste instruction really like that part Nava!

  9. That looks like a mouthwatering spread. I would dump a huge spoonful of it in my soup, have tears but enjoy it. Do they bring the whole plastic box of spice to your table?? It's like my kinda food place..

  10. I love spicy food too.. And the chili dipping sauce with noodles look mouth-watering.. And the fish fillets look yummy too Nava :-)

  11. Wow Nava!! Souns like a fun place!! The drinks look amazing......

  12. Food looks great and it's always a joy to go through your pictures of different eating places in your part of the world.

    I read the comment above regarding potato leaves. On the internet, I have come across sites that say that potato leaves are poisonous but in our region they are widely consumed. The tender leaves are usually made into bhajji.

  13. my comfort food. the dry version is very interesting as it came along with runny egg!

  14. With fish head noodles too? I have always eaten only the pan mee. Time to check out the fish head noodle too!

  15. looks delicious..
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