Just a couple of months ago, one of my students asked me to try chilli pan mee. Since I was still catering my food, I didn’t say yes. But last month, I decided to make my own lunch and my son’s to pack. Then I was invited again for a chilli pan mee.
I am glad I went for it. Ever since I tried it, I couldn’t stop thinking about having it over and over again for lunch.
USJ 9 Chilli Pan Mee costs something like 6RM per serving. It comes with soup with potato leaves.
How do you eat chilli pan mee?
Just mix everything (mee or noodles, dried fried garlic, crispy friend anchovies, ground meat, half-fried egg), add in some dried ground chillis. And enjoy!
Super nice with coke, too.
And so, if you happen to be in Subang Jaya, in USJ 9 in particular, and if you’re looking for some authentic Malaysian Chinese food, head over to Chilli Pan Mee USJ 9 and be treated with this scrumptous dish.