Friday, December 19, 2014

Hakka Pounded Tea Pan Mee


I noticed a place selling Hakka Lei Char (green vegetables tea) Pan Mee - MYR12.90 so I ordered it to try. I really like it because I like the taste of the Thai basil, mint and coriander among many other herbs.

Close up of the Lei Char Pan Mee

This is  Coriander Pan Mee - MYR12.90


Why is there an exercise book here?

So cute with a bicycle and environmental friendly since it is made from recycled material.

It is the menu!

Noodle Shack at Ikano. Available in One Utama too.

28 comments:

  1. It's been a really long time since I ate this! :)

    Last time I had it was with my better half, she didn't like it coz some places can make it quite bitter when they cook it and that preparation was quite intense. There's a lot of nuts inside too but that's why I like it too.

    Oh, I've walked past Noodle Shack in Ikano a lot of times but never tried their lei cha pan mee. I've never heard of such a thing! Pan mee with lei cha, I'll convince my dear to go coz she likes pan mee and I like lei cha. Haha.

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    1. It is a new dish at Noodle Shack.

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  2. lei cha in noodles? looks new to me. I still prefer them in rice coz easy to munch (with nuts, veggies and all)...

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    1. Yes it is new. You like lei cha too! Yay! Not many people can drink the green vege and herbs tea. Are you working night shift?

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  3. Call me jakun, I've never eaten lei char.. I know whats that, but just never eaten it.. Will it 'chau cheng' (smell of greens only) ?

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    1. do you like the taste of Thai basil ? Since you don't eat vegetables at all most likely you won't like this.

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  4. Ummm...no, thank you. Tried once and that was it!

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    1. Not a fan of Thai basil I suppose.

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  5. I like Lei Char too. I've tried a few versions with brown rice that I really liked.

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    1. Yay! I like them with brown rice too.

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  6. oh, i always pass by this when i go to Avenue K, they have nice menu.. but i have never tried that.. i prefer eating pan mee at neighbourhood kopitiams actually, hahahaha!! and hakka lui cha?? hmmm, no thank you, i find it too "green" for me~~ :p

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    1. I really wonder where and what you eat for lunch during week days since you don't eat at food court. You also don't like the taste of Thai basil?

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  7. I thought they handmade the menu using exercise book, but it seems like the cover is specially printed. Cool!

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    1. Made from recycled paper = really cool.

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  8. So you enjoyed Hakka lui cha? Good. Good detox and high fiber. An aunt used to cook almost every Sunday when I were younger and we always go to her house to enjoy her lui cha. But she no longer cook it.

    I like to add lot of grounded nuts.

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    1. Yes, very much. Have you cook this lui cha before since your aunt no longer cooks this?

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  9. Hakka lei cha is one thing I don't eat....tried it once and didn't like it at all :(

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    1. Maybe the one you ate isn't nice for a lei cha.

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  10. i dont like hakka lei cha.. =(
    but its new to me that hakka lei cha pan mee!
    So..... unique.. haha

    Eat All You Can Here!!

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  11. Was the Lei Char Pan Mee good? It is so green :)

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    1. Yes, it is tasty. The green is all natural. Just look at the coriander leaves, also naturally green.

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  12. First of all, LOVE the cute little menu :D One of the things I love about traveling is being surprised (hopefully most often in a good way!), and that menu would have really made me smile. Secondly, I think that FOOD would have made me smile!! Oh wow, looks delicious. Thanks for sharing!

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  13. I love lei cha! Can have it everyday, hehe, just that I don't know if it's safe since I am preggie now, I mean the soup, green coloring :p

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    1. The green colour is all natural. No colouring at all.

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  14. I love lei cha with rice, have not eaten with noodles.

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