Food, Miri

Face To Face Noodles House Miri

May 28, 2010
Face To Face Noodles House at Boulevard Commercial Center

We had breakfast yesterday at Face To Face Noodles House in Boulevard Commercial Centre. Face To Face is a West Malaysian franchise.

Face To Face Noodles House at Boulevard Commercial Center

I ordered Fried Pan Mee Mamak ‘s Style with a cup of “Kopi O” while my wife tried Creations Minced Pork Pan Mee with her usual “Tea O”. My son Les opt for their House Specialty Hot & Spicy Pan Mee (dry) and a cup of Milo.

Fried Pan Mee Mamak's Style....looks like char kway teow

Minced meat pan mee with the usual ikan bilis and cangkut manis

House & spicy pan mee

House & spicy pan mee

There were not many customers so we got served quite fast. Want our verdict? Well, we all find the pan mee not bad but nothing to shout about. I was hoping that it would be something really nice so I must say I am a little bit disappointed. However if you are looking for something for a change when you get tired of the usual kolomee or laksa, do head down to Face To Face. Just for your info, our bill came to a reasonable RM16.40.

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  • Reply emily May 30, 2010 at 7:58 pm

    Sounds good.We must try during our next trip.

  • Reply sherry June 8, 2010 at 8:36 pm

    Yup, i tried it b4! i like their wantan soup..nice…large and more!

  • Reply Callie April 6, 2012 at 9:30 pm

    I was interested to be a franchise. May i know how much is the royalty fees/ capital and so on. I can be contacted @ 016-3493588 or email to my id as stated above.

    Thanks & regards.

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