The specialty of Face to Face’s Pan Mee differential them from others competitor and established itself on the market since 2006, the founder decided to start a restaurant specializing in making traditional Sarawakian noodles and Pan Mee. Face to Face Noodles House, a Pan Mee specialty restaurant concept soon became a trend and grown fast in food and beverage industry which is unexpected by the founder. He creatively came up with different varieties of Pan Mee which complement with different types of homemade chili and sambal for customer satisfaction.
Face to Face Noodles House
Jalan 2/109f, Taman Danau Desa,
58100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Business Hours Mon - Fri: 11.30 am - 9.30pm/ Sat and Sun: 9.30am - 9.30pm
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Recommended Dish: Pan Mee (Dry) House, Specialty Hot n Spicy Pan Mee, Creations Minced Pork Pan Mee, Dried Curry Pan Mee (Soup), Chef’s Special Dumpling, Kimchi Dumpling, Garlic Chives Dumpling, Vegetarian, Sichuan Piquant and etc.
Meatballs Soup, RM5.50
Bouncy and tasty pork meat balls.
Chef's Special Pan Mee Soup (Thin), RM6.90As usual I ordered house specialty pan mee soup, this large bowl of home made noodles was served with pork meat, fried fish and potato leaves. The portion was really large and it was totally delicious on its own even without any condiments.
Chef's Special Pan Mee Soup (Thick), RM6.90
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