I have been using Serdang Raya‘s road whenever I go to KL. It is an alternative route to avoid any tolls, albeit the occasional jam. Along the road, there is a particular stretch with many used car dealers and workshops. A place like this would usually be quiet and deserted after working hours.
But, someone decided to set up a Pan Mee stall at the five foot way and managed to turn the place alive by night.
I used to think it was some mamak stall. Until a friend decided to bring me to try his favorite pan mee, which turned out to be from this stall. It does not bear any name and only serve a handful of food besides pan mee, like red bean soup. The pan mee is available only in soup, unlike others which may also have the kon lo/dried version.
The ingredients used are minimal and simple for this particular pan mee. Only flat noodle, sliced black fungus (mu er), vegetable and some fried anchovies – served separately in a small plate. Egg is optional.
I am not a big fan of pan mee, but it tasted pretty OK for me. Soup is light and sweet, maybe a little too light for my liking. This is where the chili flakes come in and spice up the noodle. It’d seem incomplete eating pan mee without chili, right?
Overall, quite good for [tag]pan mee[/tag]. I still prefer to eat dried version, hmm. Anyway, the portion is big too and cost RM4 without egg. I also noticed that no one has ever blogged about this pan mee despite the brisk business.
So, next time when you use the [tag]Serdang[/tag] Raya road, look out for this pan mee selling under the corner car service centre. Red arrow pointing at the boss preparing the noodles lol. What a healthy number of customers too!
This is the wikimapia to the Pan Mee’s location. It is directly opposite East Lake Resident, the very nice and expensive condominiums.