Special Smooth Noodle.
Sure it's only a small red cardboard sign but it's making a real big claim (of course the Chinese words are much more prominent but I can't read them so that's a mute point to me). It occured to me that I was willing to give it a try just because of the sign. I wonder how many other people a day like me go to this coffee shop, see the sign and decide to try it out by merit of the sign alone. Well good advertising pulls in first timers. The true test is if they can get repeat customers.
The Special Smooth Pan Mee (RM3.00), Konlo style.
I'm happy to report that this little stall has found itself a repeat customer in me. I'm not exactly crazy about them but as far as Pan Mee goes the way they make the noodles is quite unique and it really does result in a smooth bowl of Pan Mee. The stall owner makes the noodles on the stall itself so you can see (at least partially) how it's made. Basically the noodle dough is soaked in a tub of water. When an order comes in they tear the noodles off from the dough while it is still soaked in water and it is immediately cooked over boiling water. Because of the way the noodles are made there is only one type of Pan Mee sold here, that is the torn (in Cantonese it's "mit") style as opposed to the flat noodle style that's made by putting it through the dough cutting contraption.
As for the taste it's probably not the best bowl on Pan Mee you will ever have but it does deliver on its promise of a bowl of Special Smooth Noodles. I've tried both the konlo (dry) and soup versions and the soup version is probably better.
You can find this stall in a coffee shop (I can't remember the name) in Taman Kinrara, Puchong nearby the Projet station. It's in the coffee shop directly behind the Hong Leong Bank branch and directly faces the nearby Esso Petrol station.