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Makan-Makan In Seremban #2

Melissa is in Seremban. She has always taken big effort to come all the way from Seremban to KL to meet us, by taking that bloody unpunctual and moving like tortoise KTM (train) for 1 and a half hours. Never has she complained of the inconvenience and the troublesome of coming to KL. It makes me believe that, if there’s a will, there’s a way. If Melissa could make the effort, why can’t we do the same for friends? When she asked if I would be interested and free to go Seremban, without much hesitation, I said yes. Also, I missed the crabs! Hahahaha. Oh, and her dogs, Kimi and Wang Wang. Also, her cute niece, Vernice! :)

The day has come. Together with Wan Yi, bought our train tickets to Seremban. Gosh, the train was so crowded! We had no choice but to wait for the second train. We were so excited when we reached Seremban. All the memories came rushing back, crossing the roads, sitting in Mel’s car, travelling on the same roads we travelled together……

Seremban is always famous for its food. So, how could we miss the food then? :) Mel Mel brought us to different places to eat. We blamed it on our small stomachs that couldn’t take in more food! LOL! How’s the food? See for yourselves.

The noodles is different from what I’ve always eaten in KL. But this one taste yummy too! Especially the gravy!

Bought some “siew pau” from this shop (right opposite Yi Poh Restaurant), but I find that the ones in “Siew Pau” Empire taste better. Wan Yi bought some small cakes as snacks and that was delicious!

Had our cendol and rojak here. The cendol is nicer than the one we had in Seremban pasar.

Later in the evening, headed to Sin Yit Sing restaurant for the famous “marmite” crabs! My favorite! :D The coconut shown above is the famous coconut chicken soup with herbs. Very nice!

Stir-fried Japanese tofu with minced pork. It went well with the rice because it was a bit salty we felt.

Ohhh… Finally, my favorite crabs! The crabs were full of crab roes!!! First time I saw so much of crab roes!

So sweet of Alex to buy us dinner. We shall return the favour the next time Mel Mel comes KL. :) Total bill came up to about RM12x for 4 of us, 1kg of crabs, 1 plate of stir-fried vegetables, 1 coconut chicken soup and 1 plate of tofu. I feel that it is reasonable as the crabs really worth it all!

Will I go again? Of course! Hahahaha.

Here’s the addresses: (Got the full address from Melissa’s blog :) )

Yi Poh Lou Shu Farn – 26GR, Jalan Seng Meng Lee, Off Jalan Temiang, 70200 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan. Business Hour : 7.30am to 6.00pm

Haji Shariff’s Cendol – No. 44, Jalan Yam Tuan, 70000 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan.

Sit Yit Sing Restaurant – 103, Taman A.S.T., Jalan Labu Lama, 70000 Seremban. Tel: 012-602 0122/012-678 0968

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