Super Kitchen Chilly Pan Mee @ Kota Damansara, Selangor

Written by Lingzie

Topics: Chinese food, Kota Damansara

Yes, I’ve been sucked into the chilly pan mee craze! Rather late I must add, but what to do… no branch of chilly pan mee’s in Penang yet! (hint hint hint)

Ken has been regaling me with stories of this fiery hot bowl of noodles for quite some time and I finally got to see what the fuss is all about.


Now, anyone worth their chilly-pan-mee salt would know that there are 2 major players in this scene – Kin Kin (supposedly the original?) as well as Super Kitchen. Both places have their own die hard fans. I haven’t had the chance yet to try Kin Kin so I won’t be able to make a comparison of the two.


I’m a huge fan of pan mee, and I only eat it dry. Expectations were running high. This chilly pan mee would have to fight for a place in my heart (and stomach), since I’ve already given the favourite pan mee award to this place. 🙂


I immediately noted the half boiled egg on top of the noodles. I’ve never tried pan mee with half boiled egg before so this was quite a surprise. The mince meat looked yummy. I couldn’t wait to dig in!

But wait!! Need to add the chilly first…


Since I have heard many many stories about how spicy this chilly made up of dried chilli can be, I decided to go easy and added one and a half teaspoons of it into the noodles. Mix it all up…. and wah lah!


My verdict? Absolutely delicious! I loved the minced meat and the crispy ikan bilis. The half boiled egg added a lovely silky texture to the noodles. I found the noodles a bit starchier than the ones I’m used to. But nevertheless, I would definitely come back again!

Has Super Kitchen Chilly Pan Mee replaced the Taman Sri Sentosa Pan Mee as my favourite? Well…… not quite. 😛 Both are different in taste I would say.  And Super Kitchen’s Chilly Pan Mee (RM5.50 a bowl) definitely comes in at a close second!

Other items available include wanton soup, various types of pan mee including curry pan mee and various snacks.

Super Kitchen Chilly Pan Mee (Batu Road) is located at Jalan PJU5/4, Dataran Sunway, Kota Damansara, 47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.                       T: 03-6141 7398 , 03-2697 0998

For location map, hop over to Ken’s page (linked above)

26 Comments Comments For This Post I'd Love to Hear Yours!

  1. email2me says:

    Lol …. someone addicted already. 😛

    email2me´s last blog post..Momiji Girls at The Garden Lifestyle Store & Cafe, 1 Utama

  2. Wah… when were you in PJ? Tak call me up pun? 😛

    And yeppers, I love pan mee with a half-boiled egg on top…makes all the difference and the chilli paste too! I wanna go here lah… my fav pan mee restaurant in JB closed down a few months ago and I haven’t found a good substitute yet. 🙁

    Life for Beginners´s last blog post..A Love Letter in Seven Days

  3. J2Kfm says:

    hmm, guess this may be better than Kin Kin. that’s over-rated lah … too salty for me.

  4. Bangsar-bAbE says:

    I like Super Kitchen better, because they’re not arrogant. Kin Kin’s chili is only A BIT nicer, but still not worth having to put up with awful service. ;P

    Bangsar-bAbE´s last blog post..CAFF, Bandar Puteri Puchong

  5. allie says:

    I am a die hard fan of pan mee. It’s hardly to find a delicious bowl of pan mee in Penang.. so sad…

    allie´s last blog post..Penang Hawker Food | Instant Cook Koay Teow Teng @ Kimberley Street

  6. Precious Pea says:

    I am into hot stuff after my Humen trip…been craving for chili!!! After looking your photos….my mouth really watered leh!!!!

    Precious Pea´s last blog post..FERNANDO’S @ HAC SA and LORD STOW’S @ COLOANE VILLAGE

  7. all the way down for pan mee??? looks good… looks better than Penang type of pan mee.

    New Kid On The Blog´s last blog post..Jurin Express Japanese Restaurant

  8. Kung Fu at Sri Sentosa is pretty hard to beat! But if you feel this is not too far off, I have to try this. I’ve been hearing nasty things about Kin Kin so this is prob safer bet for Chilli pan mee.

    550ml jar of faith´s last blog post..Carbo-happy, Mak Koh, Bangsar Baru

  9. Little Inbox says:

    It looks so yummy, I love spicy pan mee too.

    Little Inbox´s last blog post..Asparagus Roll

  10. alamak….. another temptation….. Lingzie…. don’t just hint hint, tell them to open a shop in Penang. ^o^

    FoOd PaRaDise´s last blog post..Canton-i @ Queensbay Mall, Penang

  11. fly says:

    i like tis !!!! i try tis b4 at jalan tunku adulaman tat one also best !!!!!

    fly´s last blog post..????? keow teow chicken soup

  12. gill gill says:

    finally you have tried it….haha, the chili geng leh?

    gill gill´s last blog post..Food Trip-Hunt for Mee Udang at Kuala Juru

  13. i comin to Pg on 18th wan me to ta pau ahhh?? LOL. jokin only la. anyways will ta-pau u better plc ur orders~!

    thenomadGourmand´s last blog post..Nasi Lemak – Village Park

  14. gill gill says:

    hey rebecca, what cakes you offer? hehe

    gill gill´s last blog post..Food Trip-Hunt for Mee Udang at Kuala Juru

  15. cariso says:

    Is this the one with bad remarks too on their attitude?

    cariso´s last blog post..Sakae Teppanyaki @ Autocity

  16. mimid3vils says:

    There is an outlet near my place too, like it 🙂

  17. CK says:

    Wow. Chilly Pan Mee is new to me. Never tried that before. How’s the chili? Hot?

    CK´s last blog post..Sheraton Restaurant Sibu

  18. may says:

    haha i googled this pan mee place and i got to your blog.
    awesome, i’d be heading there this saturday. 🙂
    .-= may´s last blog ..dear readers who’re fasting and on a diet, i’m so terribly sorry. =-.

  19. denise says:

    hi, there is another chilly pan mee also very good, named ‘Face to
    Face’ they have few branches in damansara jaya, damansara perdana, bandar puteri puchong, subang, kuchai lama, etc… actually i’ve addicted in chilly pan mee already… it is really really tasty… yummy yummy

  20. I recently ate at Super Kitchen to sample the chili pan mee. I must admit, I was slightly skeptical of the dish due to the ultimate deliciousness of things like nasi campur that I had been devouring.

    I should never question the deliciousness of Malaysian cuisine, even if it seems simple. The chili flakes were outstanding, and the egg coated the noodles brilliantly! Wonderful dish, my mouth is watering right now.
    .-= Migrationology´s last blog ..Malaysian Spaghetti: Super Kitchen Chilly Pan Mee =-.

  21. Pan Mee digger says:

    Bangsarbabe, if u r reading this you will be in for a real disappointing surprise. Their attitude has recently disappointed me. Imagine this. I was there when it first opened and have highly recommended to
    no less than 100 people in a period of 2 years. Now, they have become greedy, dishonest and rude. You must CHECK your bill carefully before paying. Usually I don’t check because I have been a huge fan. Today, everything changed.
    Over the years, I put up with their gradual reduction of noodles. Next, they removed the pork balls from the soup. But to be greedy and not being honest about it today is disappointing. I have dropped them from my top recommendations in Kota Damansara. I always believe arrogant business owners will get their due.

  22. Pan Mee Lubber says:

    Pan Mee digger, I believe what you say. The service is very bad. They actually chase customers from their preferred choice of seats just to cater for more people even when there are plenty of empty seats available.

    The boss is greedy and arrogant because of the shop’s success and now I also notice the mee portions are getting smaller from my last visit. I didnt know they served pork balls in the soup before. The soup I had only has some vege inside.

    I recommend this place only if u want lousy service and lesser food than what everyone else is offering.

  23. Alan says:

    i did try Kinkin and Super Kitchen but currently i try one new shop near The strand,Kota damansara named as Soon Hsiang QQ noodles house, i try the chili pan mee,bitter gourd pan mee and curry panmee are quite good and they also got siew yok and char siew as well and i love the fried centery egg dumppling and fried wanton as well.According to his boss,this is 3rd shop new openning at Kota damansara.try it if you like…

  24. Yvonne says:

    @ Pan mee lubber and digger,
    Yes i totally agree!!! No more pork balls in the soup. I stopped going there for about a year and today I went there again to recall what was the reason i stopped visiting.
    And I concluded this:

    1. The shop owner was arrogant. I have been told that we cannot sit a 4 seater table with just 2 person. And this is “peak hour” and mostly the tables were “Reserved”. (Happened to me before but i bare they wanted to do that..but too bad it was over peak hours) Fail.

    2. No pork ball in my soup anymore. The issue wasn’t this. But the Quality of the soup was bad. My sister said it was tasteless.Potato vege was reduced in the soup.Fail.

    3. Their new fried fish fillet was a rip off…rm8.00 for 12-14 lil fish fingers.Fail

    4. Their signature Pan Mee came. I was anticipating to eat it. But it was horrible. The mee was so horrible that it took me forever to finish it. It wasn’t springy, it wasn’t cooked well enough. The minced pork was tasteless. The fried anchovies were not fragrant. And after adding the chilli. It was EPIC fail. The egg was the main highlight of the dish.

    I prefer the much secluded new chilli pan mee branch at Sri Petaling – the new shop lots area. The service was much better. Shop is more ventilated and spacious. And the panmee… the panmee.. finished before i even realised it. It was that good. My tastebuds were certainly entertained. 🙂

    My sister and I concluded that we WILL NEVER EVER revisit this branch again (kota damansara).

  25. JoinMe says:

    Hi Lingzie,
    Kindly be informed that this post has been reprinted on, thanks.

  26. kelvin says:

    I went to the chili panmee @ kota damansara which cost RM6.00 now. The workers are all foreigners (myammar I guess). Bad adtitude. As a guests (spending money) I felt like begging to get a free meal. I don’t think I’ll revisit the place again.

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