Tuesday, 1 July 2014

Seremban Food Hunt #2 : Seremban Seafood Village 芙蓉烧蟹海鲜村

One of our main aim in this trip was to hunt for good, tasty food. Being new to these places, I had to google for famous spots recommended by bloggers around. Of cos, the results came out to be extremely a lot, so I had to do some selection for our short visit. And, not forgetting to mention, "Waze" is an extremely useful mobile app to get to your destined location. Without it, I guessed we would all be stuck. Shifting from the Seremban Siew Pow Empayar, it took us a hard time locating this famous Seremban Seafood Village for its famous baked crabs. George been here before, but the clueless him led us to nowhere. Although Waze was good, but sometimes the location given could slightly deviate from the original spot. We kept turning around the town, searching for the place and finally, reaching it with some guidance from the locals. 
Located before reaching the GPS location.

Empty cos it was just opened for business and we were the 1st. XP
Given some fried snacks before our dishes come. Guess what. We were not charged for these.
Their special chilli sauce.
Deep-fried Squid Rings. Yummy! It was very crispy, yet the squid rings were not that chewy. The one at Kuching's Bako Seafood Restaurant was the best I had so far and I would rank this as 2nd in my list.
Fried Noodles with Seafood to replace white rice as our main course. Fragrantly stir-fried too.
Stir-Fried Vegetables 
Butter Salted Egg Crab. Delicious. But my friends claimed that One Jaya Bukit Mata Seafood was even better.
Now, this was the ultimate dish! Baked Crabs. Waited for some time, but definitely worth the wait! So yummy! The crabs were coated with the sweet BBQ sauce which satisfied our taste buds with every licks. The crab meats was of cos good as well. Craving for it now! 
Group photo at the end of our meal. Sorry about the dirty table. Hehe~

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