Last Saturday, I have decided to try out Restaurant Super Kitchen’s Chilli Ban Mee which they imitated from my ever favourite Chilli Ban Mee from Restoran Kin Kin which I blogged about it last year.
This is a newly-opened branch in Dataran Sunway (Kota Damansara), apart from the one you find opposite Restaurant Kin Kin off Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman.
The setting of Super Kitchen is definitely more comfortable than Kin Kin‘s old and stuffy one.
Let us not compare the forks and spoons, the floor or ceiling lights and et cetera. Most importantly, we should deliberate whether the Ban Mee deserves our loyalty like how Kin Kin still attracts me every fortnight!!
I can’t wait to try the dried Ban Mee, as it looks good when being served to us.
Gerald, on the other hand tried the Ban Mee served in Soup.
The Dried Chilli, the main taste enhancer, is added to our Ban Mee.
Looking at the redness of my Ban Mee, you would know how many spoons of dried Chilli I have taken to sprinkle all over my noodles.
The VERDICT: The texture of the Ban Mee is not as bouncy as Kin Kin’s version. I find that there is something missing in Super Kitchen’s dried Chilli. Hence, I will definitely favour the Chilli Ban Mee from Kin Kin.
In short, I will not return to Super Kitchen and I would rather drive the extra kilometres to KL to get my bowl of Ban Mee from Kin Kin.