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Pan Heong Restaurant Batu Caves Before Departure

BEFORE WE LEFT FOR IPOH, we had lunch at Pan Heong Restaurant near Medan Batu Caves....It was a perfect suggestion by my sibling for this shop is bookmarked as one of my favourite Eating joints!  I think my kids will be drooling over these dishes we ordered on that particular day before we left Sg. Buloh.  It has been ages since they last went and I am sure they would love to go again some day.

As for me and my siblings, we had a yummylicious time savoring these orders before... but one setback though, after eating, I think I could drink a whole tumbler of water!  Anyway, I think that is not surprising with any outside food... sigh...  That just makes the whole meal more than satisfying with the added seasoning, I guess...

Good to be here once again.... 
Started off with a plate of Mee Jawa which increased everyone's appetite with a mouthful... 
Followed by The crispy beancurd fish paste.....
I took countless pieces of this.... 
Smoothie fish porridge with century eggs....
Eaten with crispy fried "Yau Chau Kwai"
Everything looks so "sinful" right?
Another plate of "fried" stuff... especially for someone....
Their special fried rice with mini anchoives... 
Someone was not told that they were "ikan bilis" and he ate a bowl of that.... 
And a big plate of fried noodles with three Giant prawns....
Lastly and not least... steamed fish!
We seem to be eating a lot of fish these days.... 
Someone was "finger licking" good the fish bones!
Oh my goodness... I was wrong...
I was thinking all these while white people don't like bones in their food.... 
He is one exception!
And part of my foodie family....
With the food and drinks, the bill came to around RM225...
That ends my KL trip and time to go back to 
Home Sweet Home...



Comments

  1. wah!!! you went to Pan Heong!!! i have only been there twice or the most thrice, it was always so packed with people.. maybe i shall make a visit there again someday, hahaha.. i missed their porridge, their Indian Mee (aka your Mee Jawa), beancurd with fish paste and the fried pork.. have not tried the fried rice, but it will be in my order next, hahaha~~ :p

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    1. Don't go during lunch hour... we were there just before noon..

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  2. Bookmark this place, go KL, wink wink at Mama Kucing, haha...

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  3. That is mee jawa? Sure is different from the ones here:
    https://suituapui.wordpress.com/2009/12/05/sunny-come-home/

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    1. Fried noodles with the egg gravy look real good. Yum yummm!!!!

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    2. Arthur, next time you must taste their food there.. :)

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  4. To me, the mee jawa looks like fried noodles. The fish porridge looks great. Definitely I would love it heaps.

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    1. I hope you will love the food there if you go.. :)

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  5. The mee jawa, fried chicken and steamed fish, my favourites! I can eat all by myself.. Oh yes, outside food taste more good one, becoz of the added seasoning, haha..

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  6. I couldn't stand overdose of MSG. But I agreed that it makes the outside food tastier.

    Haha. Finger licking bones.

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    1. At home we don't put as much.. or none at all.. :)

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  7. OMG! Are you sure that fella is really a white man? I cannot believe too that he likes bones in his fish! Maybe he is just white on the outside and Chinese on the inside! O.O

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  8. I have only been to Pan Heong once and that's it. So if you all have told the person that it is ikan bilis then what would happen?

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    1. He wont touch that dish at all.. hahahaa...

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    2. Why not? He had a bad experience with ikan bilis before?

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  9. I've never been there. Maybe I must get adventurous and make a trip to Batu Caves and look for Pan Heong! The food looks like it is worth the trip there.

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  10. ya it has been ages since i makan there. Went there 2 but all very full...so tak jadi makan.

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  11. All the food I like but if there is too much seasoning, I better not eat because I will end up suffering a headache.

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