Recently, a Char Koay Teow stall in Seremban went viral because of the ridiculous amount of cockles (siham) they serve. The plate was topped with so much cockles that you can't even see the noodle underneath.
It made us wonder if it was actually cockles with fried noodle instead. Our curiosity was aroused hence we decided to drop by 品香楼 to check it out last weekend while en route to Melaka.
Among the hundreds of food-related posts I have done for the past 9 or 10 years, Lucky King Bun remains one of my most memorable ones. Lucky King Bun uses only highly quality ingredients and some of the key items such as butter, milk and potatoes are imported to ensure both the bun and the curry taste as good as possible. No wonder it is one of the must-try delicacies in Negeri Sembilan!
*** Lucky King Bun is now open in Seremban! *** If you happen to be at Seremban or Port Dickson and looking for food, there is a specialty that you ought to try. This gigantic bun made by Lucky King Bun is what I am referring to. I have no doubt that it is already […]
Would a makan trip to Seremban be complete without trying their famous Baked Crabs? I guess not. Since this is a local specialty, for sure there are a couple of restaurants that prepares this dish to cater to the demand. But through the recommendation of the locals we chose to eat at Kedai Makanan Seremban […]
When you think of Seremban’s delicacies usually Hakka Mee, Grilled Crab, Siew Pau and Beef Noodle are the ones that come into mind first. Never would I have expected to find a high standard Chicken Rice at Restoran Chai Hong. Then I got to know from a reader that this restaurant is also known as […]
Compared to the neighboring towns and cities like KL, Melaka and Port Dickson, Seremban might not have much to offer on sights and entertainment but you will surely find the distinctive local food something worthwhile. I went on an one day eating trip to Seremban last weekend and found the experience to be relaxing and […]