Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Pan Mee Noodles

Pan Mee Noodles, originally uploaded by tidaknama.

The thick freshly made flat noodles make this dish special. The stall is in Pulau Tikus next to Belissa Row AmBank.

Penang Pan Mee, originally uploaded by tidaknama.

A nice soupy breakfast with hand made noodles. The fried anchovies (ikan bilis) lend an interesting texture and salty taste to the dish.

Pan Mee or Ban Min (Chinese : 板麺) is a Hokkien-style egg noodle soup, some forms of Ban mian, comprises hand-kneaded pieces of dough, while others use regular strips of noodles.

Pan Mee, originally uploaded by tidaknama.

Another interesting dish. Hand made noodles served in a simple chicken stock with dried anchovies and garnishings. A squeeze of lime gives it that extra kick.

Pan Mee Up Close, originally uploaded by tidaknama.

Those hand made noodles are yummy.

Pan Mee Shop, originally uploaded by tidaknama.

You can see the noodles being made.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

again, pan mee is not penang's specialty as its not hokkien's food, its hakkar. i had tried a stall where some friend recommend at bukit jambul n i can conclude its not the real pan mee n its very disappointing. The best pan mee is in KL cheras ' chili pan mee'.