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Pan Heong Batu Caves Not To Be Missed

Monday morning... before we left for Ipoh, we had our "brunch" in Batu Caves. It was almost 11am when we set out and it took less than half an hour to reach there from Sungai Buloh.  The traffic was smooth due to school holidays....
Have been to Batu Caves countless times but...
When it comes to directions, I am kind of hopeless and helpless...
  
Upon reaching Pan Heong Restaurant, my stomach was already "growling!"
One thing I love about this shop is that
we do not have to wait long for the food to be served... 
It is best to go before 12noon... 
no crowd, no standing behind tables... 
(if you know what I mean... )
For the 8 of us, we ordered two plates of "Sang Har noodles"
Oh gosh... just look at the cholesterol!!
oopps.. sorry...  let's forget about that.. for now... LOL...
 Big Prawns "swimming" in noodles gravy... yumms!
Steamed fish head....
Steamed "Croakers"
Sweet potato leaves...
Crispy fried fish pancakes
Not to be missed...
 
Lastly and not least, 
this is also a MUST order dish...
Smoothy porridge with fish slices and century eggs...
The portions above were quite large and could feed 8 of us...
These are their signature dishes and not to be missed...
As for the bill, it came to around RM200
I think that is quite reasonable.. right?


Here is the address if you like to try what I have tried.. :)
Pan Heong Restaurant
2 Jalan Medan Batu Caves 2,
Medan Batu Caves, KL


Comments

  1. Wow, I:d be happy with just the sang har meen! :) RM200 is ok judging from the size of the dish.
    +Ant+

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  2. just about 15 min drive from my house!! i gotta say i like this place, the food are delicious.. have not tried the sang har noodles before though..

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  3. ant: yeah, i think it is pretty reasonable..


    sk: oh, u r staying near there? should have called you out.. hahaha.

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  4. Yea price is quite reasonable..

    The porridge looks really smooth and fine!

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  5. It all looks very good! So did you go in those caves? Guess way too dark for pictures...

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  6. Quite long time x eat yhere already. Mmm the wat tan hor very nice

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  7. kathy: famous for that.. :)


    ginny: no, we didnt go to the caves.. too tiring. :)


    hayley: yes, the porridge is great!

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  8. All the food looks appetising. The noodles looks so sinful. Price quite reasonable considering the big prawns in the noodles.

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  9. All the foods are so tempting, makes me drooling...

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  10. irene: memang sinful...:)


    sharon: yes, i agree with you too..

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