Nov 19
Seremban – Yong Tau Foo @ 2020 Food Court
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We was on my way back to KL on the highway when hunger strikes and so we decided to stop by at Seremban for lunch. Driving aimlessly I drove to Jalan Temiang and saw a few places I could check out.

I had passed by 2020 food court many times but have not eaten here before. As I was there way passed lunch time, most of the stalls are closed except for some vegetarian stall and a yong tau foo stall. We decided to give the yong tau foo a try and we did not regret it!

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This stall is owned by Happy Days Corner and there is a huge type of varieties to choose from. The yong tau foo can be taken on its own or you can order noodles. I took a few and took it with curry noodles. The curry soup is great but only thing is the mee is kind of sticker and soft, so I would say avoid the mee and choose something else.

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The yong tau foo itself its good, these are fish paste based and they are really good. I da bao a bunch of them after my meal back for dinner too!

They only open at 2pm and would usually close by 7pm, so this is another after lunch but before dinner place to eat but the food is good ;). So if you are on for a late lunch or early dinner in Seremban, this is a place to consider!

Happy Days Corners Yong Tau Foo @ 2020 Food Court
Jalan Temiang, Seremban
GPS: N2 44.012 E101 56.279

Oct 2

I asked Micol for recommendation of supper to buy for take away in Seremban at night and the first thing that came to her mind was mix pork porridge (chee chap chuk)! It was a chilly day as it was raining in the afternoon and I thought, hey that would be a great suggestion, nice and hot comfort food for a cold day.

I was told that the mix pork porridge is so famous that it is usually finished within 2 1/2 hours, so I had to get there before 9pm. I reached there at 8.45pm and when I came to Kedai Makanan dan Minuman Kawan, it was as if they are getting ready to close. Lucky they still have some left and I managed to da bao 3 packets for my trip down to Melaka.

The way they sell the porridge here is different, cooked meat and other parts of pork are being hung on the stall. Once you ordered, they will take it down and cut out the quantity needed. They are then tossed into the cooked porridge and topped with ginger, pepper, spring onions, etc.

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Each packet cost me RM 3.50 and the serving is generous. What impressed me most is that the porridge actually taste very very good! The porridge is smooth, you can hardly feel the rice and it very tasty by it own. The mix pork is great to eat with the porridge and each part is well cooked. The fried intestines are very fragrant although its already soft soaking in the porridge.

I must say that this is thumbs up and I now understand why it is so popular. For those going for a try, they are serve chicken that’s sold out when I reach. I think the next time, I would like to sit there and try a hot fresh bowl ;).

Mix Pork Porridge @ Kedai Makanan & Minuman Kawan
Jalan Temiang, Seremban
GPS: N2 44.003 E101 56.277

Sep 15

Direct translations of “lou shi fun” (in Cantonese) would mean “rat noodles” simply because it resembles the tail of rats. Most lou shi fun is a little soft and would not be longer than 2 inches but somehow Yi Poh in Seremban seems to do it differently.

They are known for their long and tangy (just like spring) lou shi fun served in dry style. I was on my way to PD and thought would be nice to stop in Seremban for lunch, I head to Temiang and head to Yi Poh after reading about it on a few blogs.

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I ordered the famous dry lou shi fun, their big wantan and a bowl of pig stomach’s soup. The dry lou shi fun is mixed with dark sauce topped with minced pork, spring onions and pieces of char siew (bbq pork) on it. I mixed them up and took it with their special spicy chili sauce and no joke, its really flaming spicy! The noodles are very chewy, tangy and takes a bit of effort to chew. Its as if they have little spring in each noodle and they are really long in size. The char siew is very dry to my liking, not sure if this is the local style. Its not bad, something special but I still prefer softer lou shi fun, hehe..but the price is ok RM3.70 for a big size bowl enough to feed two.

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However, I really like their big wantan here, the wantan skin is really soft and the filling is very tasty! At 40 cents each, its reasonable. Don’t mind coming back for their wantan again ;).

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The pork stomach’s soup is just ok, priced at RM2.70 for a small bowl. Taste is quite balance, not too spicy and yet tasty. But the pork stomach is a bit hard, I still prefer the one I had at Huen Kee where the pork stomach is still tender and soft :).

Overall pricing here is good, food is not bad and quite special with the springy, tangy noodles but I still prefer the softer ones but really love their big wantan.

GPS: N2 44.044 E101 56.421

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