Pan Heong Restaurant, An Old-Time Favorite

Pan Heong Restaurant  is one of my old-time favorites, but queue is always long during weekends. So, it makes a perfect weekday brunch venue, with my younger brother who was on half day leave.

They are popular for their porridge, Kao Yoke Mee Hoon (vermicelli with stewed pork), Sang Har Wat Dan Hor (freshwater prawn noodles) and also Nam Yu (fermented bean curd) Pork.

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Fish + century egg porridge
Mee mamak goreng
Mee mamak goreng

Since I was dining with a vegan, we ordered their fish with century egg porridge (RM 9) and mee mamak goreng  (RM 8), for sharing.

Call for bill
Call for bill

Thanks to adorable sai mai lo for lunch treat, pictured here dashing across the street, seeing that I was about to take photo of the restaurant. Adorable, right?!

 

 

Pan Heong Restoran
No.2, Jalan Medan Batu Caves 2, Batu Caves, 68100 Selangor
(parallel to SRJK Kheow Bin)
Tel: 03-6187 7430
GPS Coordinates: 3.233434, 101.674165
Opens from 8am to 330pm daily*

July closing dates
July closing dates

* They are closed twice a month, but no fixed days .. they told me that it usually co-incides with Chinese praying dates .. aka the first and fifteenth of the Chinese lunar calendar.

 

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2 thoughts on “Pan Heong Restaurant, An Old-Time Favorite

  • August 6, 2016 at 9:37 am
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    The mee goreng is normal leh, don’t know why so many ppl ordered…. The porridge is not bad, i remembered the fried nam yu meat is nice.

    • August 6, 2016 at 9:41 am
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      I think I tried their mee goreng before too. Yeah, porridge is a must-order

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