Ban Mian – Fried & Braised Version

imageSingapore Makan Kakis will be familiar with soup ban mian and dry ban mian. This makan joint in Seremban is popular for itsaffordable and excellent handmade noodles. Stall was founded in 1994 and boss’s  known as Fei Lou by local kampong folks. Tiong Hwa offers 5 types of Pan Mee. Soup, Braised, Lou & Fried.

imagePan Mee Soup was soft and done nicely. Soup was clear and rich. Fungus was added which really differentiates Spore/Msia style.

imageBraised style, like a KL Hokkien mee but instead of fat noodles, its served with Pan Mee instead. Its pleasant, however given a choice, I would prefer to go for the fried version below. “Lou” unfortunately wasn’t ordered. Lou is a similar version of a Spore Lor Mee.

imageFried Version. Very interesting! A first for me. Rated 5/5! Beansprouts offers crunch accompanied with handmade Pan Mee. Very nice combination. Must Order!

imageFish Leong dropped by as well.

imageBe sure to also check out this Curry Pork dish within the same food centre. Pork meat is soft and tender, curry sauce isn’t on the fiery side hence its good for ladies and children too. However it opens only after 2!

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Prices, Address & Opening Hours as above stated. Enjoy!

 

 

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