yay i finally stepped foot in Seremban and so everybuddy, welcome a new addition – makan @ Seremban – to the blog! 😀 well, technically it isn’t my first time in Seremban. i was here two years back for a friend wedding. it’s a short and hectic trip to the point that i didn’t taste any local food at all before i went back to Malacca =.=. so thanks LC for showing us around this time!
March 21st, 2014 [Friday]
we arrived in Seremban super early as we drove down south from Penang at midnight. stopped by Pasar Besar Seremban for super early brekkie before we went back to LC’s place, to redeem our beauty sleep. we woke up just in time for lunchy! and LC suggested this Yi Poh lou shu fun. no i didn’t mistaken it as her yi poh, no.
i would approve it right away, based on the look itself. sooo inviting. maybe cause we were famished.
Yi Poh Loh C Fun (S) | RM 4.20
lou shu fun tossed in some special sauce topped with minced meat and caramelized char siew, served with a bowl of clear soup.
surprise surprise it’s not the lou shu fun we are familiar of! instead of being short and have pointy ends, the lou shu fun here resembles more like 瀨粉 (asam laksa noodle); texture wise, it’s springy and smooth, teasted exactly like lou shu fun.
the sambal paste here is fiery and addictive. if you can handle the heat, toss some in and it’s chili lou shu fun! that’s how we loved it!
heard that Yi Poh Mee (hakka mee) is worth trying too! i’ll save that for next trip!
Fried Wantan | RM 0.60 per pcs
Soup Wantan & Pork Tendon Ball | RM 0.60 & RM 0.70 per pcs respectively.
Pork Ball (left) | RM 0.70 per piece
we also ordered few side dishes. i prefer the fried wantan more than soupy one. crispy thin wantan sheet encasing meaty filling! both Pork & Pork Tendon Balls are huge and firm. Pork Tendon Ball is bouncier and have a rougher texture.
this is the shop that sells wicked lou shu fun. apparently it’s a must-nom when you’re in Seremban. don’t be deceived by the emptiness. because…
most of the diners flocked in to the air-conditioner room. clever us. haha.
saw this hanging on the wall. in one glance i thought it’s Ronald Cheng! took a photo and zoomed in, turned out that it’s a Malaysian Food Commenter, Mr. Jacky Liew. have you heard of him?
Restoran Yi Poh
26GR, Jalan Seng Meng Lee, Off Jalan Temiang,
70200, Seremban, Negeri Sembilan.
0730 – 1800