Thursday, July 13, 2017

Cili8 Noodle Bar @ Plaza 33, Petaling Jaya

Cili8 fires up its selection with no fewer than eight pan mee recipes, with the noodles freshly prepared everyday - of the three we tried, our favourite is the Treasure Pot Pan Mee (RM29.90++, suitable for two persons), its smooth, hand-made strips of pan mee served in a claypot packed with sea cucumber, abalone, fish maw, scallops, mushrooms & broccoli in a naturally sweet soup. Other options include the Volcano Pan Mee, with minced chicken, mushrooms & fried garlic in belacan-spiked curry laksa (RM11.90++) & the classic Cili Pan Mee with poached egg, chilli flakes, fried anchovies & onions (RM10.90++).

Going beyond pan mee, we like the crispy noodles with smoked duck, tasty & nicely textured on every level (RM14.90).  A few non-noodle creations are available, most notably fried porridge with youtiao & ginger, for a hearty, warming lunch (RM8.90++).

Cili 8 Noodle Bar & Kitchen
PG-A, Ground Floor, Plaza 33, Jalan Kemajuan, Section 13, Petaling Jaya, Selangor. Mon-Sat, 10am-9pm. Tel: 016-228-8318

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9 comments:

  1. I love all the dishes being so nicely served in claypots! They are so rich with power packed ingredients! Heavens!

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    1. Twilight Man: especially the treasure pot pan mee, with all the seafood ;)

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  2. Wah, there's a lot of pan mee types here. I've seen fried porridge on menus before but have never ordered it. I always wonder how you fry porridge! O_o

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    1. Contact.ewew: i wonder where fried porridge originated ... if you google it, you'll currently find a lot of entries in singapore, but it looks like it came from malaysia first, with klang as a top contender :)

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  3. I thought the second photo is Chee Cheong Fun with curry broth :P Curious about the fried strips on it~~

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    1. Choi Yen: heheh, yeah, those strips added some extra texture to the bowl ;)

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