Before I start my review..I would like to say Happy Birthday to our buddy Loke Hong Wai..
Well, just few minutes late..Hehe..His birthday falls on 25th of July..
Another year has past..Although you are not around anymore, but you’ll always be in our heart..
Rest in peace my friend..
It’s Pan Mee review again..HOOOOOO~!! *raise your hands up in the air and profusely shaking crotch*
This time it’s the Pan Mee at Taman Miharja at Taman Maluri, Cheras..
I guessed lots of people already got to know about this famous place long time ago..
Yet, I still have friends who didn’t know where this place is located..So here I am to do this review..
You know how to turn into Taman Miharja if you coming from Taman Maluri Cheras, right.?
You turn-in at a petrol kiosk..It’s a Caltex..
As soon as you turn-in at the petrol kiosk, there’s an Olden Ship Cafe outlet or something..
Then there are rows of terrace houses leading its way into the condo / apartment which you can see at the LRT station..
From the Olden Ship Cafe, I consider that as the first junction (on your left hand side), make your turn on the second junction (if I’m not mistaken)..
Reach the end of the houses then turn left..Then it’s time to find carpark..
Or you can also make your turn at the shoplots..Until the back road, turn left and go straight until you see a Chinese stall under a big tree on your right hand side..
*This is what you will see*
*The only nicely extended stall on the right side*
*Residentials is just behind the stall*
*Ceiling fans to cool you down*
*The torn Pan Mee*
*The machine shredded Pan Mee*
*Additional pork balls*
This additional pork balls cost RM 1 for 6 balls..So add up depending on your appetite..
*Look at the jar of belacan*
*Hot flaming belacan*
The belacan is a must in your Pan Mee..It’s extremely hot..
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