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

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10:30am - 09:00pm

10:30am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:30am - 09:00pm

10:30am - 09:00pm

10:30am - 09:00pm

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Been craving something spicy, and chilli pan mee came to mind! Tried the springy noodles at Chilli Pan Mee (Batu Road). The food here is served fast🔥

The Dai Pu Mee came without egg but there's an option to add on (+$1). Chilli Pan Mee comes with egg, minced meat, pork lard, shallots and ikan bilis. I like how the runny egg added more dimension to the dish.

There are instructions on the wall for how to best eat their noodles. Don't be like me and overestimate your spice tolerance (since chilli is served on the side). Usually, most diners add half spatulas at a time until desired level. I tried with 1.5 spatulas one shot and it definitely came with a fiery kick 🥵

Friendly staff and fast service aside, food is not bad!

Added two scoops of chilli, and boy was it spicy! The spice builds up so be careful when adding the chilli, it’s real good and strong 🥵 loved the dry ban mian with egg and pork, wasn’t too dry either :) will come back again!

Beside serving their signature chilli pan mee, they actually do sell some rice dishes like this one.

Although it wasn’t come with many piece but the fried rice itself still standup much. It also comes a small bowl of soup.

A KL franchise that arrived on our shores more than 2 years ago, the simply yet aptly named Chilli Pan Mee may perhaps serve the best version I’ve tasted here so far.

Half the fun is in thoroughly mixing the bowl laden with a mass of fried shallots, crisp ikan bilis, spring onions, minced meat and poached egg into the pleasingly al-dente and toothsome noodles to create a melange of utmost umami that’s greater than the sum of its singular parts.

The egg yolk, chilli oil and lard make a great makeshift sauce to coat the noodles in, and the jar of dry chilli mix on every table means you can tailor the level of spiciness to your own liking. A little goes a long as the aromatic chilli packed a tongue-tingling punch.

Of note as well was the bowl of wolfberry leaf soup on the side that serves to cleanse the palate and extinguish the heat between slurps of noodles.

Taste: 4/5


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~


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.