Monday, July 31, 2006

Noodle Village, Bandar Puteri Puchong

There are a bunch of new shoplots open near the Giant hypermarket in Bandar Puteri Puchong. Some of you may be interested to know that Citibank has opened a new branch there. Besides that there are a few new eateries there as well. Farmland Porridge Steamboat (the one in Pudu) has opened a branch there and there's a new Thai restaurant that looks like it may be good.

Today's post will be about this shop named Noodle Village which is among the new restaurants there. While it may be named Noodle Village they really specialise in selling one type of noodle... the Pan Mee. They serve many varieties of Pan Mee. I was quite eager to try this place out because a fellow Puchongnite had told me that they served some great Pan Mee.

One of their signature dishes, Pan Mee with Egg Sauce (RM6.80).

This is actually Loh Pan Mee which is Loh Mee with Pan Mee instead of the usual yellow noodles. The soup was decently eggy but somehow it was still a little flat. Maybe adding some vinegar to it would have helped. One obvious thing is they skimped on the ingredients. You just don't get very much... only a sprinkling of mushrooms and minced pork. You'd be forgiven for thinking it's rich in ingredients because of the rich looking soup. However look at the next dish and it will be obvious.

Pan Mee with Thai Tom Yam (RM8.80).

Look at that... it's more expensive than the Pan Mee with Egg Sauce and it comes with even less ingredients. The taste isn't all that great either.

I think this place is a rip off. I don't think I'll be going back there anytime soon.

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