22 China Street
#01-01 Far East Square
Singapore 049564

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10:00am - 08:00pm

10:30am - 09:00pm

10:30am - 09:00pm

10:30am - 09:00pm

10:30am - 09:00pm

10:30am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

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Slightly more expensive than food hawks. But the taste, the plating, the service and the environment worth the money.

The best part is the pork mince. The chilli is very spicy, which pushes my limit.

Even though this Chilli Pan Mee had been around for two years, the lunch crowd on the weekday is still going strong.

Simple menu and you’ll see that most will order their Signature Chilli Pan Mee Dry. Delicious handmade noodles covered with minced meat, crunchy ikan billis, fried shallots, and a runny egg. Mix it well with that potent dry chilli and tuck in~

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This bowl of noodles is simple yet delicious. The bed of springy noodles was topped with spring onions, fried shallots, poached egg, ikan billis, pork lard and minced meat. Super love their dry chilli as it’s super shiok to mix it into the noodles! The chilli is stored separately in a container at every table, hence you can add the amount accordingly to your spice level.

A pretty unique point is that the noodles were accompanied by a bowl of wolfberry leaves soup. It not only helps to cleanse your palate during the meal, but also soothes the burning sensation in your mouth.

The price point for this bowl of noodles may be considered slightly high as it is located in the CBD area. The office lunch crowd is real! So go early to avoid the queue.

Had this for takeaway, added a side of pork chop ($5.80). They packed the chilli separately and the noodles comes with a side of soup.

The noodles after mixing everything was tasty. I added 1/3 of the bag of chilli and it was already spicy enough for me.

At $7.80 it’s a it’s a bit pricey for what it is but the taste is good. Pork chop is pretty forgettable

I had the soup pan mee- good noodle texture with the right amount of chewiness but the soup really lacked flavour. Would not come back

This place gets really crowded during lunch hours.

This place is famous for their chilli where customer will add it to their ban mee.

As a non- chilli eater, I opted for the one with pork chop and tossed with black sauce. Pork chop was not bad. There were also pork lard and 2 very crispy hu kee. Love the addition of the fried onions as well. Portion of the noodles was actually a lot for a girl. The black sauce was not v salty, probably suited for those who intended to add chilli. However, for me, the entire dish tasted rather bland and one dimensional. And its probably my fault for not adding the chilli. With that said, I won’t be back here again