Tucked contentedly few blocks away from the church in the Serdang village area, a little coffee shop identified as Lin Chin is no longer unheard of by the residents and the students around. Even the white as well as the blue collars frequent this place during lunch hour.
What’s the forte?
Pan Mee of various COLOURS.
You may select the colour available of your choice 😛 Don’t get me wrong, no colouring used here, just an assortment of the different flavours.
- White – normal version of the flat flour noodle
- Green – Broccoli
- Purple – Sweet Potato
- Yellow – Pumpkin
- Orange – Bell Pepper
The clear broth was a thumbs up, although I prefer its dry version…
Another popular demand and being acclaimed by most patrons around was their Curry Noodle. Sorry as no picture taken of this yet 😛
Besides that, they also serve Wanton Noodle, Chicken Rendang and their homemade Nasi Lemak. Lots to choose from so that the folks won’t be bored to tears 😉
FYI, you may opt for the ingredients to be had to go with your bowl of noodle. This will be well taken care of by the waiter 🙂
11 Replies to “Colourful Pan Mee”
This pan mee is unique. I never know there’re so many colours for pan mee!
I didn’t know Pan Mee have so many color..Now I know…thanks for sharing:)
wow that’s new! least something different from the norms. but I bet I’ll never be able to find this. =P
broccoli? nvr would have thought of that. i’d have assumed it was spinach ;p btw congrats for graduating from imu!! 😀
the green pan mee is really green!!!
oops! i tot the orange one is carrot :p
yerrrrrrr, nice nice n colorful but why never bring me along ar?!?!?!
i lurve pan mee! with lotsa minced pork!
wah, funky colours there…they should come up with names like bread talk/bread stories…it’ll be a hit…hehehe…
after tryin something similar in PJ where carrot was orange and spinach for green..i see so many more colours here!! wah must try..
wow! this looks so awesomely good! Must try!
These pan mee looks good. Wonder what they taste like.