Sunday, January 16, 2011

Seremban Makan Trip, Part 5: Beef Noodles, Quinn's Restaurant

Due to Christmas and New Year festivities, some blogposts were promoted to the front of my ever growing backlog. It is now time to publish my final Seremban Makan Trip post, I hope you have enjoyed reading them all. I can hardly wait to make another trip back to my hometown and share some more of the local goodies with you all.

Locals in Seremban refer to them as "the Original", "the King" and "the Quinn".. I am talking about the famous beef noodles from Seremban.
Perhaps it's because the taste is so familiar to me, or maybe it's because the noodles are really that good, nevertheless I can't stop singing praises for these beef noodles. Two years ago, I would always order the dry version which came with a small bowl of soup. Somehow, I got hooked on the taste of the soup and switched to ordering the beef noodles in soup. The taste of the kiam chai (preserved salted vegetable) boiled with beef bones is simply delicious and appetizing.


The lou shi fun (rat tail noodles) here aren't just any old noodles, they are homemade daily and do not contain any preservatives. So smooth and slurpiliciously good.

It can get a little crazy here on weekends, so come early (before noon) or after the rush hour at 1.30pm. We had to wait a good 40 minutes before we were served that afternoon. We sipped on our homemade soy bean drink and refreshing sour plum and lime drink (shun mui kat chai) while waiting. But it's well worth the wait when you take your first mouthful of noodles.



Baby C likes the dry version of the beef noodles. To read more about my previous visit here and more on the dry version, click here.


Yummy!

Price: RM6 per bowl. Drinks RM1.50-2.00.

Location: Quinn Restaurant, 108 Jalan Toman 6, Kemayan Square, 70200 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan. (near KPJ Seremban Specialist Hospital)

GPS Coordinates: 2.719757, 101.923074

13 comments:

  1. Seremban! My best friend's birthplace! :D

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  2. LFB: Seremban got a lot of nice food... ask yr best friend to bring u makan-makan.

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  3. Seremban is a cool hometown to have! Only takes you an hour to balik kampung during Chinese new year! :D

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  4. Sean: Do you go back to your hometown often?

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  5. Nopes, I haven't been back to malacca in nearly two years. Fortunately for me, my family tends to visit KL during Chinese new year, so there's no need for me to travel back...

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  6. is that your lil' girl? she looks absolutely adorable even with only half the face exposed. haha :)

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  7. AugustDiners: Yup, that's my daughter :) And thanks for the compliment.

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  8. yum....next time i know where to find food

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  9. Small Kucing: Let me know if you need any other recommendations for food in Seremban. Will be happy to assist! :)

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  11. aiyo, I went PD on 1/1/11 , should ask for ur recommendation where to eat at Seremban :( But my friend introduce me beef noodle too, is something like Yee Kee , located opposite Public Bank at town..

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  12. choi yen: Was Yee Kee nice or not? We always go this one since it's the popular one.

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  13. Not bad since that was my 1st time had such beef noodle, no comparison though :P

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