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Hot And Spicy Pan Mee Is Now In Ipoh

The shop is called "Lak Yat Lak" in Cantonese and in English, it is popularly known as Chilli Pan Mee. I have heard much of this spicy pan mee in Klang valley but little did I know that it has come to Ipoh. But whether it is the same branch or not, I have yet to find out. If not for Elin who informed me of this new shop, I would never know that the pan mee in hot chillies is now in Greentown Business just opposite the Maxis center.... 
From the menu, there were quite a number of pan mee prepared in different styles...
Elin and I opt for their Special Pan Mee which is listed on the most top...
It came with a half boiled egg and we have to mix everything up...
oh, for non-spicy lovers like me, do take away the chillies from the bowl
otherwise you will get the "hot air" coming out from your nostrils!  hahahaaa...
It came with a small bowl of soup with very minimum leafy vegetables..
The bowl of hot pan mee would be better if they give more leaves....
After a bowl of hot and spicy pan mee, I could feel my heart "burning"
Then I remember that I had a box of Lemon & Ginger tea from Singapore..
Just nice to "cool" down the spicyness inside my body...
phewwww......
Are you into "spicyness" or a "non-spicy"

Comments

  1. Not a fan of pan mee... No prices? Expensive kah?

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  2. This food specialty would be hard for me to pronounce! What does it consist of? When you say the name, what kind of food does that mean?

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  3. can never take that, or else my stomach will strike, haha!! still prefer the original ones lah..

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  4. stp: aiyah..forgot to put pricing.. it cost only RM4.50 per bowl.. special edition one.. hahaha...


    ginny: it consists of noodles with fried anchovies, some minced meat and a half boiled egg.. :)

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  5. interesting dish its looks kinda yummy to me

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  6. I had this in Penang. I love the spicy version.

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  7. Am a great fan of chilli pan mee. Craving for it now!!!....

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  8. looks good and will try it when back in Ipoh

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  9. I prefer less spicy. Everytime when I take hot spicy food, I will sweat a lot, friend will start to laugh at me.

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  10. I preferred the hot soupy mee hoon keuy... more original and the noodles more springy!

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  11. andrew: and now they have it in Ipoh..

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  12. irene: too hot for me though.. hmm..


    mecoy: minus the chilli, it is yummy for me too..


    sp: hope you like it!

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  13. vicky: i dont sweat but I feel the hot hot in my body..


    chris: this one is also springy.. you will like this!


    ling: a spicy person are you? :)

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  14. yuiks the portion for the vege is really small wor. Not like in KL

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  15. Non spicy and with soup for Bananaz haha

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  16. kathy: yeah.. just one mouthful and that's it..


    bananaz: so u r not a spicy man! :)

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