Monday, June 27, 2016

Eating Out in Seremban - Breakfast, Lunch and Afternoon Snack

One weekend, we went back to Seremban to run some errands. But first, let's feed our stomachs! We had breakfast at Restoran New Haup Huat, located near the wet market.

I have been eating at this particular noodle stall since I was 5-6 years old. I would always have their wantan mee (RM4.50) while my brother would have their Ipoh sar hor fun (RM4.50). The taste of the noodles is still good after all these years. If you come early enough, make sure to order the plump and juicy prawn wantans too - they only sell limited amounts daily.





The char siew served here is the leaner version. Our kids seem to like this a lot!




This noodles stall also shares the same space with our favorite roast duck in Seremban. It'd be silly not to get some duck while we're here. Half a duck costs RM27.50. The man always debones it nicely for us. The meat is tender, flavorful with a beautiful glistening, crispy skin. YUM!



Lunch was at our favorite Seremban dai chow restaurant, TC Keong. Since we were dining with our relatives, we could order many more dishes to try this time around.

One of the signature dishes of the restaurant is the legendary steamed fish head (RM28) - they use "soong yee" (carp) fish head. The cheong ching sauce (a sweet, spicy and sour sauce) is the bomb, absolutely delicious and full of umami flavours. Some of my dad's friends used to drive down from KL to Seremban just to have this over the weekend.





Our favorite, stir fried beef with oyster sauce and spring onions (RM15).


Thai-style tofu (RM10) - deep fried homemade tofu topped with an appetizing concoction of pickled onions, red chillies and cili padi.



Other dishes that we had here: sweet and sour pork (RM15) - one of the best versions you can find in Seremban, kangkung with belacan (RM10), and stir fried lettuce (RM10)



On another visit, we had the deep fried tilapia, stir fried bittergourd and stir fried potato leaves (fan shu yip).



And finally some pulut cendol from Haji Shariff to cool down on a hot afternoon :) (see detailed post here). If I'm not mistaken, the price is RM1.70 per bowl now.



Here is a list of other good eats in Seremban. Feel free to browse the Label: Seremban for more inspirations.


Closed on Mondays.


Location: Restoran Haup Huat, Jalan Tuanku Munawir, 70000 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan. (a few lanes away from Pasar Besar Seremban)

GPS coordinates: 2.728625, 101.936367

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Closed on Sundays.

Location: TC Keong Restaurant, No. 7 Ground Floor, Jalan Seri Rahang 1, Taman Seri Rahang, 70100 Seremban (near Cosway)

Tel: 012-6118286 / 012-6189960

GPS Coordinates: 2.717239, 101.948973

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Location: Haji Shariff Cendol & Catering Sdn Bhd, 44 Jalan Yam Tuan, 70000 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan.

Tel: 016-612 8505

GPS Coordinates: 2.726635, 101.940081


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2 comments:

  1. You missed out the Seremban Hakka mee, had a good one at Yi Poh - did not really like anything I had at the market, over-rated...and no Seremban siew pao? I'm no fan of those, so no love lost.

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  2. this will be a useful list for people like me who have no idea where to find great fare in seremban ;)

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