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A little bit more pricey compared to the Signature Chilli Ban Mee at $10.90, comes with 5 different spice levels for you to choose and add to your own liking.
the prawns were pretty good, decent size, however the 'meat balls' were Q but strange, cus they were like a mixture of different meat combined (tastes more like fish balls).
Overall, it was very 'gelat' and i wouldn't recommend it (coming from a person who likes banmian)

I can never say no to ban mian. It's just good old comfort food. Soooo good, + that chilli flakes (that you can add to).

Choose the level of spicy: 1 to 5. The chili are available at the counter for you to scoop into your noodle. I’ve chosen level 3, the spiciness is just nice for me. A runny egg yolk to stir in together with your chewy noddles. (S$7.90).


There’s 5 levels of spicy chilli at the counter for you to self help. I took level 5 and 3 but 5 was really spicy. 😅 Will come back again!

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It’s our first time dropping by KL Traditional Chilli Ban Mee and was attracted by their scallop ban mian ($8.90), and we decided to join in the queue. The dry ban mian was good and we particular like their dried ikan billis and their chilli. Customer is able to select the chilli from a range of level 1 to level 5.

📍 Century Square Food Court

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