Ah... a non-pan mee expert trying to recommend a pan mee ;-)
Bao-Bao pan mee has been there for quite some months, but I didn't pay attention to them simply because they are selling pan mee, which is always not my first choice when come to meal decision.
As other pan mee sellers, the most important element while eating pan mee is the chili, and I think Bao-Bao has done a great job in preparing this (I'm not good in chili, so please judge it yourself). Bao-Bao offers 4 type of chili sauces, I must confessed I only tried a pinch of them, but I quite like the dark sambal and the typical pan mee sauce (west and south in the photo).
If you want to have these chili sauces at home, Bao-Bao also sells them in bottles, just like Nando's peri peri sauce. I didn't check the price per bottle as it will take me years to finish a bottle.
We've tried their famous pan mee, both dry and soup (RM 4.20). They have prepared it a bit unusual, because I didn't see the typical Chinese black fungus (木耳), fried ikan bilis and minced pork. If you said they are creative, I think I will agree, because they've replaced the fried ikan bilis with chopped fried bean curd skin stuffed with fish paste, which is the normal side dish for noodle in Perak, but at the same time, I also think they've maximize their profit because the cost is really low now.
If I'm not mistaken, you can order fried ikan bilis separately if you want. Taste wise, it's not bad, but for the soup type, it's over flavored as the soup just too sweet. Anyway, chili plays important role here and if you agree with me their sauce is not bad, then I think generally you will like this.
Restaurant Bao-Bao (宝宝)
23A, Jalan Kenari 9, Bandar Puchong Jaya,
47100 Puchong Jaya, Selangor
11AM - 9PM
Puchong Jaya, HSBC, Honda showroom area. It's one way street when you pass by Honda showroom, turn right (before HSBC) and go straight until the end, turn right, first junction turn right again. Bao-Bao is on your left.
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