« Wan's World: Eggs for Dinner | Main | West Sumatra's Italian Paradise »





That's really all I can say. *DROOL*

- CP


u made me missed my mum's pan meen - called mee hoon kueh in Fujian Dialect. Anchovy stock, err....dont remember what veg was that and of course some stir fried minced prok with woodear. For the dough, not rolled but sort of pull them into bite size, thin and cook the same way. It always al dente when my mum cooks them. For me, it depends....chuckle!


wow. gorgeous photos. Those noodles look amazing.


Hey, I go to this stall all the time! Yes, the pan mee is very good. The lady's friendly too. I think it's RM3.20 or RM3.30 per serving.

jen maiser

These photos are some of the best I've seen on this site. Breathtaking.


Being a Penang food snob, I don't like Pan Mee (at least not the one I had near Petaling Street). After reading your post about fish paste, sweet potato leaves, and the texture of the pan mee, I just have to write this down on my "to-eat" list...;)



I am eagerly waiting my trip back home to Malaysia where I will eat my heart out. In the meantime, I will have to vicariously live through your blog.


hey...she uses a pasta machine..west meets east. Nyeeenhhh.. (that's me gritting my teeth in frustration at being sooo far away from the source of those yummy photos.)

Happy birthday EatingAsia, many happy returns of the day..


Yumyum. I thought I should look at your blog early in the morning instead. But now I realise that I have 4 whole hours till lunch time! Helpch!

Happy birthday to Eating Asia! I still remember what SY and I thought when we first looked at your blog - that anyone who can make a pair of green plastic chopsticks look good will definitely have an interesting blog!



Dear Robyn

sorry to be a pest..map please!


ET - Don't have a map but can give pretty clear (I hope) directions. Get on the Sprint Hwy coming from Sri Hartamas/Bukit Damansara heading to TTDI. Just stay with the TTDI signs. When you get to the toll get over to the left and take the Section 17 exit (it's marked) that's immediately after the toll on your left. Go straight a few blocks and turn left at the stoplight (there is a Shell station at the intersection), which puts you on Jalan 17/21. Head up the hill and turn left at Jalan 17/38. Jalan 17/29 is straight ahead as you pass the square on your left. Wah Cheong will be anchoring the left end of that block of 17/29. Good luck!


hey,,the best pan mee is the Kin Kin, but that's the spicy version. The original best pan mee in town is in Taman Miharja, Cheras below some condo. You can google and see a lot of writeup about that place.


Thks for directions Robyn..have to reacquaint myself with the area..
btw belated wishes on your blogs birthday..its refreshing to know ..both of you are foodies! keep on rocking!

The comments to this entry are closed.

Look Inside and Pre-Order! Also available at Barnes&Noble and Indiebound.