Batu 3, Jalan Tiong, Taman Million
Off Jalan Ipoh
Kuala Lumpur 68100

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Friday:
07:30pm - 02:00am

Saturday:
07:30pm - 02:00am

Sunday:
07:30pm - 02:00am

Monday:
07:30pm - 02:00am

Tuesday:
07:30pm - 02:00am

Wednesday:
07:30pm - 02:00am

Thursday:
07:30pm - 02:00am

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

When the sky goes dark, it's time for this curry noodle stall to start business.

Flavorful curry broth with vermicelli, bean sproat, fried bean curd, fish cake and cockle. On the side with warm red bean soup.

Some tips if you wish to visit
1. Business start at 7, do visit early as it usually sold out and close at 10.
2. Get yourself a seat and wait patiently for the server to took you order. (Sometime they might not in a good mood)
3. Do give the char kuey teow a try, its full of "wok hei", but be ready to wait (both owners are siblings)

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After a long day's work, seek a much-deserved supper at this standalone stall for nourishing noodles and tong sui (sweet soup dessert). The staple here is a bowl of Curry Mee (from RM5.50) topped with cockles, tau fu pok and potatoes. Expect your noodles to come in a light-bodied curry broth with just the slightest hint of spice to warm the belly. The noodle stall also offers unexpectedly delicious desserts — the Mak Chuk or Wheat Porridge (RM1.70) bears a delicate sweetness that will sooth your palate, post curry mee.
Avg Price: RM10
Photo by KL Burpple Tastemaker Alyssia Yu

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(Next to the famous curry noodle place in Jalan Ipoh that only opens at night from 8pm onwards)
I love coming here for their soup Pan Mee because of the tasty broth and handmade Pan Mee. Clear broth, simply flavored deliciously with some fried minced pork and anchovies. The noodles were not too floury or sticky as well. It slips right into your mouth in a slurp. Texture is chewy and not overcooked.
It was raining when I visited, so the broth was definitely perfect and comforting to the tummy on that rainy day.
The portion size is very generous too!
Chilly Pan Mee on the other hand is mediocre. Well, you can't go wrong with chilly pan mee because you add chilly according to your hearts desire. However, I still prefer the chilly pan mee at Jojo's Little Kitchen. They have better flavour and the pan mee was not just an explosion of heat.
Besides pan mee, the aunty here sells economic rice too! But the taste is not extraordinary. Economic rice is just to fill us up for lunch, so Michelin star taste is not required but an edible satisfying taste would do. I love the tomato sauce fish cake balls though! Heheh

Food: 7/10 Price: 8/10 (RM 11 for the soup and chilly pan mee. RM 4.50 for a small bowl of soup based pan mee, RM 6.50 for a large bowl of chilly pan mee)

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