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I spent the last year in Kuala Lumpur and one of my favourite hawker dishes over there was chilli pan mee (dry). I know there are a lot of differences between KL and Sg, but there's also a lot that's very similar - I wondered if I can get it over here or is it called something else?
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Most local hawker centres which have noodle shops should. Ban Mee, dry. You may need to shop around to find one that serves it to your liking.
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Any luck in finding good pan mee here?
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stumbled upon an awesome one in Toa Payoh near Courts... they serve in red bowls and do it both dry or soupy. pretty awesome!
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LucyLee wrote:stumbled upon an awesome one in Toa Payoh near Courts... they serve in red bowls and do it both dry or soupy. pretty awesome!
Is that in Fork + Spoon?
(The food centre, that is across the walkway from Courts 1st floor)
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