Trying to find this Pan Mee shop in Seri Kembangan is like looking for a needle in a hay-stack.
If you follow the road signs, you will see that turning into SK6, leads to SK3, then SK4.. then all of a sudden.. SK13!
Arrrgh.. we were looking for SK5 but it seemed like the mysterious road was just not on the map..
At 1pm, the Pan Mee shack was still full of patrons and it was just starting to rain.
We ran into the safety of the covering and placed our orders and waited for the storm to pass.
The lady said that this place had no name, but if we liked, we could just call it the “Fei Por Pan Mee”. (Seems like there are a lot of Fei por named shops in town these days.)
Apart from the soup pan mee , the also have the chili pan mee, the tomyam pan mee, the wet, dry, peeled by hand, noodle-y type pan mee to choose from.
Not only that the chillie paste also comes in a generous variety of 4-5 types. From sambal based to dried chili base, to chili oil.. you name it, they’ve got it.
The Pan Mee noodle itself is multicolored – depending on whether you pick the regular, the pumpkin or the broccoli sort (this is rather interesting because the green one is normally spinach).
The stock/soup was sweet but did not leave us with that msg scum/layer in our mouths – the green bowl of noodles that you see actually came with fish balls as well. How strange.
The other famous item at this shack is the deep fried foo-chok skin (bean-curd skin). It’s fluffy and crispy and addictive! Tastes best when dunked in the soup.
Anyway, the address of this shop is attached at the end of this blog, but for simplicity sake (and so you don’t end up on a wild goose chase like us), just look out for this church, Gereja Kristian Serdang Baru.. and once you see it you will know that you are on SK5.
43300 Seri Kembangan,
Salt levels: moderate