Monday, October 26, 2009

He Pin Pan Mee Old Town, PJ

He Pin Coffee shop is tucked way in Old Town PJ and this old coffee shop bungalow is famous for the Pan Mee and Economy Rice. This place is normally packed to the rafters during lunch hour as well as the weekends.. and you get the Malay rice, Chinese Economy rice , Indian mee rebus stalls, all under one roof. Extremely Malaysian International.

The lady boss makes the Pan Mee noodles at a 100 miles an hour..

Squeeze, peel, pull and chuck into hot water.

..and repeat!

The bowl of Pan Mee for RM4 is ridiculously delicious. The pork soups stock is thick and sweet, the anchovies fried to perfection, the floating mince pork and mushrooms.. fresh as hell.
The chili is astronomically spicy. It had me in tears because I chucked 2 saucers of it into my soup, and then ate up Cumi's share by dipping my anchovies in it as well!
Talk about masochistic.

So good.

but, PAIN!

The texture of the Pan Mee.. slightly slimy, chewy and al dente.
So good!
Must eat!

The way to this place.. He Pin coffee shop is located near Jalan 51/200.
To find it, take Jalan Penchala in Petaling Jaya and travel right to the end of the road.


J said...

What masochists we chili lovers are - torturing ourselves with spiciness yet enjoying it so much. Haha...

Sean said...

i didn't know pan mee still has to be whipped into shape at the outlet. always thought it's ready-made like other noodles! gosh, that's hard work

boo_licious said...

Ah, mee hoon kueh done ala minute. Sounds very good, as these hand pulled ones are not easy to come by. Prawn mee is also nearby in the shack across the road.

Bangsar-bAbE said...

When are you talking me there gorgeous? ;)

Tarts and Pies said...

Smooth looking pan mee... first time I saw such technique...

CUMI & CIKI said...

cry sniffle eat, cry eat, cry cry.. EAT! (liddat!)

yup.. of the 'MEET' variety.

yup2.. this one still tasty to the last drop. I need to eat the prawn me next la..

anytime gorgeous;)

tarts n pies:
LOL.. its yum.

mimid3vils said...

this is the thin type of pan mee? I prefer thicker with flour-ly taste :)

taufulou said...

must eat tim loh~
okok..will pay a visit then~

thenomadGourmand said...

thin ones eh??
I like!
Somemore the pork bits doesnt look oily. Fire chilli, in PJ, clear tasty soup..should be this comin Sat's lunch!

CUMI & CIKI said...

this one is pretty thick and chewy

call moi!

i think u'll like it la.. haha

qwazymonkey said...

Ahh...agreed that it's hard to get pulled versions these days. Especially good ones. So hard to come by. One must lap up the bowl with tons of crispy anchovies and chili!

550ml jar of faith @minchow said...

This looks AMAZING!! I don't believe I've heard about this stall before. Only pinched pan mee for me, with tons and tons of crazy hot chilli! I hope they do dry versions too?!!

babe_kl said...

i loved this type of pan meen!