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Restoran Kin Kin

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Address: 534 Macpherson Road, 368220

Restoran Kin Kin serves the famous Chilli Pan Mee which was originally wrecking havoc in Malaysia's F&B scene. Now open here in Macpherson Road in Singapore, Restoran Kin Kin strives to give everyone the authentic taste of how Pan Mee is being love by Malaysians.

Daily: 11:00 - 21:00

$7 based on 16 submissions
Lunch (5 votes), Cheap Eat/Budget (4 votes), Dinner (3 votes)

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Wanted to try items on the new menu

After the first visit and another subsequent revisit, I found myself here again at Kin Kin Chilli Pan Mee. I also heard that they have a new menu, consisting of more items. Indeed, this time round, they have sea asparagus pan mee, clam pan mee, meatball soup and seafood soup etc. Service here is rather unbearable, so just remind yourself that you are here for the food; and even though they state closing time to be 8.00pm (last order 7.45pm), it may happen that you can step in at 7.35pm and are still being chased out.

I had wanted to try the Clams Pan Mee but it was sold out. So I settled for the Signature Dry Chilli Pan Mee (SGD$5.00) to satiate earlier cravings. The springy noodles were satin smooth. After tossing the poached egg, shallots, meat balls and minced meat, simply add in dollops of their homemade chilli paste, and we were all set to go. The noodle was delicious as I'd recalled (by Singapore's standard).

The Beau tried the Signature Pan Mee (SGD$5.00) in soup version, so that we could compare the difference. The broth was delicious, laden with the tiniest hint of sweetness. The noodles were silky strands of bounciness, and he had the same ingredients as me save for the egg. What a pity - we both felt that if there was an egg beaten in, it would have made the noodle more palatable and complete.

For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to refer:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/10/dinner-at-kin-kin-chilli-pan-mee-revisit.html

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• 25 Oct 2015 • 583 reviews • 13 followers

Wanted to try items on the new menu

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After the first visit and another subsequent revisit, I found myself here again at Kin Kin Chilli Pan Mee. I also heard that they have a new menu, consisting of more items. Indeed, this time round, they have sea asparagus pan mee, clam pan mee, meatball soup and seafood soup etc. Service here is rather unbearable, so just remind yourself that you are here for the food; and even though they state closing time to be 8.00pm (last order 7.45pm), it may happen that you can step in at 7.35pm and are still being chased out.

I had wanted to try the Clams Pan Mee but it was sold out. So I settled for the Signature Dry Chilli Pan Mee (SGD$5.00) to satiate earlier cravings. The springy noodles were satin smooth. After tossing the poached egg, shallots, meat balls and minced meat, simply add in dollops of their homemade chilli paste, and we were all set to go. The noodle was delicious as I'd recalled (by Singapore's standard).

The Beau tried the Signature Pan Mee (SGD$5.00) in soup version, so that we could compare the difference. The broth was delicious, laden with the tiniest hint of sweetness. The noodles were silky strands of bounciness, and he had the same ingredients as me save for the egg. What a pity - we both felt that if there was an egg beaten in, it would have made the noodle more palatable and complete.

For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to refer:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/10/dinner-at-kin-kin-chilli-pan-mee-revisit.html
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• 28 Jun 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Quite inedible

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I've been to Kin Kin more than 5 times, the first time was a revelation -explosion of flavors. The standard has been slipping, my most recent visit was horrifyingly bad. 

The overall dish was bland and mushy.

The noodles were gluey, rubbery and pretty inedible. They stuck together in clumps of starch, swimming in a pool of what was meant to be gravy, but tasted like dishwater. The Ee mian was not any better, completely overlooked.
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• 03 Apr 2015 • 118 reviews • 1 follower

Dried Pan Mee with awesome Chilli!

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See photo here http://www.pepperminter.com/2015/04/kin-kin-chilli-pan-mee.html

Good to try if you are nearby and there's not much queue even during lunch hours. Service is fast and the noodle is good. Been there twice and will be heading back there often!
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