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Restoran Kin Kin 建记

Asian, Chinese

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10 votes

Daily: 11:00 - 21:00

$7 based on 10 reviews
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. See what foodies like this place for
fishaberry • Tuesday at 4:28pm11 reviews 0 followers

More photos and details here: http://blog.myfatpocket.com/eijgniy/2014/07/14/kin-kin-chilli-pan-mee-singapore/

Super yummy!! Never tried dry bian mian cooked in this way before.. If you like salty food, this is a must try! Only $5 for the basic dry ban mian..

The downside is the location, and that they will force you to share table during peak hours (well, it is not a restaurant in the first place).

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The HGW community like this place for...

  • Lunch3 votes
  • Kin Kin Pan Mee Original4 votes
  • A bowl of chilli pa mee with an additional soupA bowl of chilli pa mee with an additional soup
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What others are saying...

fishaberry • Tuesday at 4:28pm11 reviews 0 followers

More photos and details here: http://blog.myfatpocket.com/eijgniy/2014/07/14/kin-kin-chilli-pan-mee-singapore/

Super yummy!! Never tried dry bian mian cooked in this way before.. If you like salty food, this is a must try! Only $5 for the basic dry ban mian..

The downside is the location, and that they will force you to share table during peak hours (well, it is not a restaurant in the first place).

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lovefoodcray • 21 Jul 20143 reviews 0 followers

Originating from KL, Kin Kin Restoran's famous Pan Mee has now made its way across the border onto our shores. The initial hype has now died down which makes it a good time to visit.
 
Signature Dry Chilli Pan Mee ($5)
Served dry (almost al dante), this bowl of pan mee packs a punch when mixed with its potent chilli paste and soft boiled egg. The minced meat tastes very much like those you get in Nonya Dumplings. Certainly...

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chin chai jiak • 11 Jul 201431 reviews 0 followers

For menu, more photos and full review, click here 
 
After the craze is over, i went Kin Kin on a weekday at about 5.30pm then the restaurant is almost vacant. No queue is required so i got that going for me.
 
A bowl of dry noodle cost S$5 and comes with a generous serving of braised minced meat and fried anchovies, meat balls and a soft-boil egg (it cost S$2.80 in KL. Come on!)
 
The...

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