Ho Kien Pan Mee, Restoran Lian Heng @ Subang Jaya

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You know it’s going to be a long wait, when they give you a card, with a number on it.

After visiting a friend who recently completed a heart bypass in SJMC, we decided to eat at one of our favourite Pan-Mee shops in the area.

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Meehoon Kway! Our favourite sort of pan-mee.. where the gal and guy, stand for hours peeling the dough and chucking the irregularly shaped dough bits, into the boiling soup. Apparently they add a little “tapioca” flour, which is the secret that gives the Meehoon Kway its Chewiness! The pan-mee here is renown for being silky smooth (like the Zohan:P), yet chewy. Perfect.

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This time, our wait was 1 hour!

Better just relax and drink your coconut water, or sugarcane water and read the papers. The Pan Mee will not arrive anytime soon, it being a public holiday and all, as well.

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We arrived at 12.30pm, we get served at 1.32pm. (Who’s counting.. I am!)
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This is the soup version. Can you see the irregular Meehoon Kway bits I am talking about? The texture is fantastic. The soup stock is light and sweet and does not leave you light headed and heaving like a bastard … i.e. no MSG ;P

This is the dry version. Both dry and soup versions are RM3.80 for the small size. Prices have gone up! Just a few months back, it was like RM3.50 per bowl:(

The Chilli here is passable. Not fiery hot, but hot enough.

All in all, a pretty decent place for Meehoon Kway. The next time you are in the subang jaya area, and don’t mind a bit of a wait, be sure to look out for this corner shop that serves up a good bowl of Pan Mee!

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Ho Kien Pan Mee

Restoran Lian Heng

22, Jalan SS19/6

Subang Jaya.

Pan Mee:7/10

Service: slow

MSG levels : low

Salt levels: low

Oil factor: low

Comments

  1. Life for Beginners says:

    Me loves me my meen fan kuey — I always prefer it peeled and shredded by hand cos the texture is different, not so uniform… And it sucks up more gravy too! :D

  2. fatboybakes says:

    guffaaaaaww, i know i shouldn’t laff, but i couldnt help it when i saw the nonchalant way ….after visiting bypass surgery friend,….go for pan mee… and looking at the food, looks like something that might lead to a bypass…..

  3. wah …one hour for pan mee?
    not for me, thanks!!!!!

    the gal peeling the flour looked kinda messy huh? hehe … or she could be in a trance, peeling non stop for hours at end…

  4. CUMI &amp; CIKI says:

    kenny:
    i guess it does suck up more gravy.. lol:D never thought of it that way!

    fbb:
    harhar.. pan-mee healthy wat..(relatively) :P

    j2kfm:
    hahaha – the gal does look trancy eh.. lol:) u crack me up! awww, poor chick…

  5. boo_licious says:

    aahh, one of my fav pan mee places. I also love the texture of the pinched noodles. yum! Time to revisit…

  6. M I the only one who prefers them in strands? *look bewildered*

  7. i quite like their version but can’t stand the wait. one hour’s too long… my lunch hour is only one hour leh.

  8. mimid3vils says:

    The texture seem like very smooth hor~~

  9. mee hoon kueh .. the italians should come and taste this lol

  10. Big Boys Oven says:

    look’s like a delicious pan mee!

  11. kampungboycitygal says:

    oh so this is the legendary fehmes pan mee place..one hr wait is way too long to test my patience O_o

  12. Precious Pea says:

    Yum! This is what I grew up eating most of my lunch time, homemade of course!

  13. CUMI &amp; CIKI says:

    boolicious:
    agree – sometimes i think i want to drive straight there, but then the wait puts me off:(

    tummythoz:
    lol:D noodle pan mee has it’s place in my heart(or should i say, in my stomach) too.. hehe

    jasmine:
    i know what you mean?! do u work in the area? i work on the otherside of town!

    mimi:
    silky smooth:P

    lianne:
    thanks for dropping by!how is germany?!

    bbo:
    yup!

    kampungboycitygal:
    lol… i get what you’re sayin!

    pea:
    of course! you da cool chef lady;D

  14. Nic (KHKL) says:

    i like mine thin and dry….i dont think they offer that though. but yumminess does come in all shapes and sizes.

    unless served with lard, i think pan mee is one of the healthiest food around, together with non-milk fish head noodle! ;D

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