Kin Kin Chilli Pan Mee – No More Queue, Not Bad A Bowl
There is NO MORE QUEUE at Kin Kin. Just less than a month ago, the popular Kin Kin Chilli Pan Mee from Kuala Lumpur opens at MacPherson, attracting queues which warrant 2 hours or more of waiting time. (Read: Dear Singapore, Why Are We Queuing For Donuts, Fried Chicken & BBQ Buns? ) I walked into the shop, all air-conditioned, with 2-3 tables full and at times 6-7 cooks behind the counter chit-chatting in their yellow polo tees. Our love for queuing and being the first to try everything, including a modest ban mian, is just so weird. Yes, it was not as if the shop would close anytime soon then. Btw, those who went to queue, how do you feel now? Just wondering. Many of the selections were not available, with main choices given the Signature Dry Chilli Pan Mee ($5.00) and Fishball, Beansheet and Meatball Soup ($4.00). The famed ban mian was mixed with minced meat, crispy ika...