Monday, 23 July 2012

Super Kitchen Chilli Pan Mee @ KL

Super Kitchen Chilli Pan Mee is situated along the same row as Kin Kin Chilli Pan Mee and serves as a competitor to keep Kin Kin's price in check.

Chilli Pan Mee (RM 6)
The chilli flakes are also placed in a plastic container for customers to decide the degree of spiciness they want. The bowl of noodles is big with lots of minced pork, lots of fried onion and lots of deep-fried anchovies as well as a poached egg. The bowl of soup is large too with sweet potato leaves and beaten egg whites.

Big portion
As you can see, the portion is much much bigger than Kin Kin and has more value-for-money. It fills you up well compared to the measly portion served at Kin Kin. The taste is quite good too as the ingredients are fresh and the egg is poached just right. The chilli flakes, although very good, somehow lacks that extra secret ingredient which draws repeated visits to Kin Kin despite their small portions and high prices. The same is true for its noodles which although good, lack the springiness of Kin Kin's homemade ones. However the chilli pan mee at Super Kitchen is still very yummy and the restaurant is just as packed as Kin Kin's come lunch time. Worth a visit if you're ever near one of their branches.

PawPoints: 4 Paws
Pawket: Dough

Restoran Super Kitchen
33, Jalan Dewan Sultan Sulaiman 1
Off Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman
Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03 2697 0998

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