14 Clementi Road
Singapore 129743

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price increased😭😭😭 but i’ll still willingly pay because it’s good🫠🤧🙃

first time having the curry rice instead of banmian🍛🍛 it’s q nice and i liked that the curry was seperated bcoz there was wayyy too much rice

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Very salty, noodles was slightly over cooked.

Egg was the soft boil kind given by default, ikan billis portion was more than average, they also gave fried garlic slices which became all mushed up when we mixed it with the noodle - kinda defeated the purpose of it.

Price: $8.80 - not friendly
Portion: Filling
Taste: 2/5
Overall: 6/10 - get ready a bottle of water to quench your thirst after eating this.

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Chilli Pan Mee, anyone? Ng Kuan Chilli Pan Mee @ngkuanchillipanmee has recently opened their newest outlet at Clementi, just outside the NUS.

I just dropped by for a satisfying bowl of Fried Pork Chilli Ban Mian ($7.80). Their chilli is damn shiok, and I like their crispy fried pork that is quite juicy.

Location: Ng Kuan Chilli Pan Mee, 14 Clementi Rd, Singapore 129743

#ngkuanchillipanmee #chillipanmee #clementi #clementiroad #nus #burpple #burpplesg #burpproved #burppletastemaker #sonysingapore #sonyalphasg

The dish Pan Mee resonates more with Malaysians so I came expecting the ubiquitous dish from across the border, one with chewy dough hand torn, with added crispy ikan bilis, sayur manis and an egg, preferably sous vide.

Imagine my disappointment and vindication when I found that the dough here was cut with cookie cutter and then probably stored in a container before cooking. As I have explained many times, most likely the end result is massive lumps of dough clumping together in the broth. See picture.

No sayur manis just spinach. Ikan bilis was crispy enough. As for the egg, by the time I got my bowl of mee hoon kway, it was already broken into little bits, most likely due to excessive stirring of the mee hoon kway to prevent the clumping.

As for the soup, it was tasty but very greasy from the excessive amounts of fried garlic and shallots added.

The chitterlings I ordered was okay but too much for one person so I didn’t finish it. My advice here would be to order side dishes only if you have the appetite for more food because the bowl of mee hoon kway was rather large in portion.