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Yummy Seremban Beef Noodles

>> Friday, January 14, 2011

Venue: Seremban Market
Occasion: Lunch
Overall comment: Still as good, but perhaps just a 'lil more expensive than several years before ;P

Last weekend was Jeremiah School's visitation to Seremban Wesley & Taman Ujong Methodist Church. As we were already in Seremban, I just could not miss eating the famous Seremban beef noodles. I satisfied my cravings for beef noodles at the market's stall #748. Apparently, there are many other good beef noodles around, but I have yet to try them out! Gives me more reason to be back in Seremban another time for more beef noodles....teeheehee...



Yummy Beef Noodles (price unsure)
Delicious beef noodles, Seremban-style, in thick, gooey sauce, tossed with fragrant peanuts, sesame seed, & slices of salted/preserved vegetables. The noodles commonly used in Seremban is the "lai fun" (usually seen in assam laksa).

Delectable Beef Balls
It's very much like pork balls, but it's beef. I enjoyed this very much. I love the fragrance of the beef-stock soup although it was a tad salty.

This weekend, Jeremiah School will be heading to Malacca! I'm looking forward to a fruitful trip as well as one with much yummy food :D

Stay tuned with PerutBesi!


The Adventurous,

2 comments:

hApPy HapPy January 15, 2011 at 8:16 AM  

I took my inlaws there once, they like it but not on the way going up through the market stalls. Hahaha. I prefer the soupy type.Happy CNY.

Anonymous August 21, 2012 at 3:04 PM  

imma seremban born n bred and imma specialist in seremban beef noodles. now my staple is the market stall. its the sheeznit. all others in seremban is the fakeznit. how to tell? the gooey sauce has to be dark dark brown. all the rest is light brown i duno what they trying to proove. i eat 3 servings under 5 minutes when im hungry. when im not i eat 2 servings under 10 minutes. and lemmi remind u i dun like 'lai fun' but i'll only even eat laifun if its them seremban beef noodles. i'll marry whoever can make them dish for me. peace out.

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