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Jojo Pan Mee 早早板麵 @ Kuchai Lama

Do you like to eat Pan Mee? Yes I like… =) Be it normal traditional Pan Mee or those with Loh gravy or Chili Pan Mee, all also I like!

Jojo Pan Mee 早早板麵 @ Kuchai Lama
This JoJo Little Kitchen‘s Pan Mee located at Entrepreneur Park, Kuchai Lama, Kuala Lumpur, is very nice! There have a lot of variety of different Pan Mee Style.

Face to Face Noodles House 面对面板麵专卖店
Next to it there’s another Pan Mee shop too… Face to Face Noodles House 面对面板麵专卖店, the business is not so good because of the JoJo Pan Mee, so sometimes JoJo Pan Mee full house then the customer will spill to this Face to Face noodles house. I have tried it at Uptown, not bad too! =)

Pan Mee Chili
When you eat Pan Mee, mee is not only the main focus, the chili is one of the main focus too! There’s a lot of different choices of chili and all of them are good!

traditional one…

Pan Mee Soup
Pan Mee Soup
Pan Mee Soup

Dried Pan Mee
Dried Pan Mee

Special Drinks…

longan drink

3 color milk tea
3 color milk tea (Can you see the three color?)

Business Hours
New Business Hours
9.00am – 9pm Daily except Wednesday

9.00am – 6.30pm

(not sure they change the time again or not…)

Jojo Little Kitchen
No. 30, Jalan Kuchai Maju 9,
Off Jalan Kuchai Lama,
58200 KL
Tel : 79871090




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  1. hmm,for the dry spicy pan mee, i’ve tried at a lot of different shop, but then I still think no shop can beat the kin kin pan mee lar..they are still the best!

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