Sunday, 29 June 2014

Seremban Food Hunt #1: Seremban Siew Pau

Just got back from my "Cuti-Cuti Malaysia" Trip! An awesome, fun-filled, packed, exciting, food-all-day-long, but not-so-cheap trip. Initial plan was to visit Melaka and later back to KL only, but we ended up in flying to KL, going passed Seremban, headed to Melaka (overnight for 2 nights), passed by Ipoh, headed to Penang (overnight for 2 nights), and lastly back to KL (overnight for 2 nights). We planned the trip kinda last minute, so everything was in a hurry, include air tickets and hotels booking. So, as expected, tickets were not cheap. It took me quite some time to search for strategically-located, affordable yet pleasant-staying hotels. Given just about 1 week to book the hotels, most of the hotels were fully-booked especially the ones in Melaka. Was shocked to see from Agoda that 70% of the hotels in Melaka were booked during our stay. >.<
Ok.. Start on my trip. We took a very early flight to KL and William picked us up from the airport with his Alza to his condo to get the MyVi which we rent as it would be very tiring to squeeze the 7 of us with all our luggage into his car along the few hours drive. Departed from KL at about 930am, reaching Seremban about an hour later. So, the first spot we headed to was the famous Seremban Siew Pow outlet.
The Siew Pow Empayar which you could hardly miss while passing by the highway.

Lots of freshly baked pastries to choose from. If this was our last day, I would definitely take home some.
Just outside the store where they also serve Chinese Cuisine.
William was so terribly hungry that he bought some and did some testing before we head for lunch.
Whereas the rest of us took all the pastries to our next spot (Seremban Seafood Village). We bought Lao Po Bing, Chicken Siew Pow, BBQ Pork Siew Pow, Salted Egg Yolk Puff and Tau Sear Peah. Being so famous, of course all of them were up-to-standard. However, it did not really impressed me that much as I had really high expectations due to its Seremban Siew Pow fame. Kuching's ones were also as good I think.

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