It has been 2years since i last tried KL famous chilli pan mee. The first time I tried the noodles was on my first job in KL 2 years back which is located at Restaurant Kin Kin @ off Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman. It is actually nearby to my office back then. Since then the chilli pan mee business is booming.
Rui brought me to Jojo Little Kitchen instead.He said it is famous with it too. So we headed over for dinner before we headed back to Singapore. We went to the subang jaya branch and i saw few other shops that are selling chilli pan mee too but their business is not as good as Jojo Little Kitchen.
Chilli pan mee isn't just the normal noodles as you see. The secret is the dry fried chilli flakes but go easy with amount you going to take. It is super duper spicy!But you will be amazed with the taste when you mix it with the noodles, egg yolks and silver anchories. Never estimate the power of dry chili flakes.
Lat Jiu Pan Mee (Dry) @ RM6.50 per serving
Vegetable soup @ RM3 per serving.
Simple vegetables soup to clear the spicy throat.
Elaine ordered Knife cut noodles (Dried prawns soup) @ RM6.80 per serving
Clear soup base with the firm knife cut noodles brings out the aroma of the hot pipping noodles. It taste extremely warm when you have it during rainny days.
Porkball soup @ RM5 for 6pcs of porkball.
No much comment of it. The soup base are taste alike with vegetable soups.
The serving time was fast within 15 minutes i would say so.
Fret not to go with empty stomach but just don't finish up the bottle of chilli flakes that may you go red!
Jojo Little Kitchen
30 Jalan SS15/4D