JoJo Little Kitchen Pan Mee @ Serdang

Ever since the encounter of the claimed ‘World Spiciest Pan Mee 天下第一辣’, we shunned ourselves from any Chili Pan Mee thereafter. The aftermath was just too strong to describe. Attempt only if you’re a HOT person. We’re not. haha.

Bathed with sweats, tongues got burned numbed.
Believing we will not be exhausted again with extreme spiciness, I had a sudden crave for chili pan mee again. Madam Chiam (Mei Yee) Pan Mee in Connaught crossed my mind but Chris suggested an alternative. Did I mentioned I haven’t venture around my area (Serdang) enough? Maybe it’s time to continue my belated arrangement of introducing more of Serdang and SK’s delicacies.
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There we went, settling down at JoJo Little Kitchen for a Chili Pan Mee mission (one of their recommended order)
Price: RM5.50
The noodles tend to ‘cluster up’. Well, blame the cameraman for taking time. hehe. Just kidding (later he don’t bring me go makan anymore)
Shower in some soup minimally, and mix ’em all up and that would be fine.
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Enough dried chili? No? Add some more!
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Then you’ll get a nice reddish mixture of Chili Pan Mee! (you should compare the redness with the world’s spiciest ;P )
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Verdict:
Very flavoursome, crunchy anchovies and with the ‘correct’ amount of spiciness this time. Minced pork was wee bit sweet, bringing out a different flavour compared to Madam Chiam’s. Well if you ask us, we still prefer Madam Chiam’s although it’s further and the portion’s smaller.
However, we would love to revisit for their other selections of pan mee.

Looks like they are famous for their Herbal Soup Pan Mee & Century Egg Dumpling. Perhaps next try.
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JoJo Little Kitchen Pan Mee
Serdang:
1-1, Jalan SP 2/7 Taman Serdang Perdana,
43300 Seri Kembangan, Selangor (near South City Plaza)

Puchong:
51, Jalan Kenari 21,
Bandar Puchong Jaya.
Kuchai Lama:
No 30 Jalan Kuchai Maju 9,
Off Jalan Kuchai Lama,
58200 Kuala Lumpur.
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14 Comment

  1. h says: Reply

    i just wrote the post about jojo little kitchen a week ago..
    but the one i visited is at kuchai lama..
    nice pics~~

  2. KwOnG FeI says: Reply

    i just wrote the post about jojo little kitchen a week ago..
    but the one i visited is at kuchai lama..
    nice pics~~

  3. 孤傲的王子 says: Reply

    look delicious!!!

  4. ai wei says: Reply

    oO, this jojo has lots of branches liao o. have yet to try and will definitely go for a try. hehe 🙂

    bila pork fix??? i dunno why, i keep craving for porkkkkk. oinksss

  5. SueSue says: Reply

    Hey pls recommend more makan places in Serdang and SK! I have been staying here for many years ever since UNI yrs but don't know where to eat. Sigh…. what a shame right? Hahaha

  6. Bangsar-bAbE says: Reply

    Oooooo…runny egg! That adds the much needed moisture to the noodles hor?

  7. thule a.k.a leo says: Reply

    if u ask me, I'd say that Madam Chiam is overrated… a tad too salty la! There is one in Sunway Damansara which is lesser known but whip out good chilly pan mee (forgot its name.. lol!)

  8. taufulou says: Reply

    looks good, love how they place the sunny side up on the pan mee..look even more tempting~

  9. foodbin says: Reply

    I usually go for the plain ones but from your photos i think it time to try the spicy version.

  10. Cynthia says: Reply

    That chili paste mixed with the noodles has me drooling.

  11. superwilson says: Reply

    i still prefer kin kin… they are still the better for me

  12. iamthewitch says: Reply

    Aiya.. you only went there now, after so long? 😛 I've been there countless of times already for lunch, and I ordered Chill pan mee EVERY SINGLE TIME! I love it to bits! Hehe…

  13. mimid3vils says: Reply

    The Old Klang Road branch always full house… 🙁

  14. Simon Seow says: Reply

    Have u done Kin Kin yet?

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