FOOD REVIEW FUUUUUUUUUUUUU~!!! *raise hands up in the air and profusely shaking crotch*
It has been a while since my last food review and my last update..
So here I’m doing a Pan Mee food review, yet again..
It’s the increasingly famous Bao Bao Pan Mee at Jalan Perubatan 2, Pandan Indah, the shoplot on the opposite road of Steven’s Corner..
Business hour is from 10.30am to 9pm on Monday to Friday, and 9am to 9pm on Saturday and Sunday..Closed on Wednesdays..
It has another branch outlet at Puchong..Not sure where’s the location..
Anyway, let’s walk the walk and talk the talk..
*The front shop that facing Steven’s Corner*
*The side of the shop*
*Inside of the shop*
Usually, you’ll see lots of people standing beside of the shop waiting for seats..
That’s the only problem if you want to eat here..
But right after you are seated, you Pan Mee will be served in about 5-minutes..That’s quite fast..
*Pan Mee Soup*
*Dried Pan Mee*
*4 different kind of chillies*
That’s the soup and dry version of the Pan Mee..The portion is quite small for me..Yea, considering I’m a big-eater..
The contents are a bit different from the usual Pan Mee..The usual mushroom, black fungus and fried anchovies are not included..
The thing they have are few slices of fish cake and some chicken meat..
Four different kind of chillies for you to choose to go along with your Pan Mee..
*5 Flowers Tea – 5 Fah Cha*
This is their creation of leong sui, 5 Flower Tea (5 Fah Cha)..Based on the name itself, it’s a mixture of 5 different flowers that are used in tea..
Namely Jasmine, Chrysanthemum, and others which I don’t really care..
*The pork balls*
As usual, you can side-order some stuffs..So I ordered extra pork balls..
The pork balls are a tad hard..I suppose this is due to the lack of boiling time before they serve..
And also, the soup they served with the pork balls, is just plain bland water, which they boiled together with the pork balls..
Taste wise, both the soup and dry type is not bad..I would recommend this place if you wouldn’t mind about the price and the unbouncy pork balls..
The price is not THAT expensive but portion wise, I don’t think they go along well..
One more thing, this Bao Bao Pan Mee do it cafe-style..Meaning.? They charged you with service tax..
Overall, it’s not bad and worth to try..On the contrary, I would still prefer Taman Miharja’s Pan Mee..
Although this Bao Bao Pan Mee taste almost the same as the Taman Miharja’s, but with the pros and cons, I prefer Miharja’s..
The pork balls are to die for..I had seen a customer ordered 30 extra pork balls just for himself and his wife, together with 2 bowls of Pan Mee..
What say you.? I would say Miharja Pan Mee the best I’ve tried..