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2015-11-23 276 views
Sometimes we like taking a mini-roadtrip out of town for some fun and relaxation. Plus the good food that we come across also is a main motivation, especially when we get to Seremban. Where they are famous for their siew paos and also the BBQ Crabs. I've heard really good reviews about Seafood Village but hadn't got the chance to try it before until a few weeks ago. Of course we had to order the famed BBQ Crabs. They were pretty large in size and also very meaty even in the body sections, plus v
I've heard really good reviews about Seafood Village but hadn't got the chance to try it before until a few weeks ago. Of course we had to order the famed BBQ Crabs. They were pretty large in size and also very meaty even in the body sections, plus very fresh as the meat tasted sweet and incredibly succulent. I had a good time just digging into every nook and crevice of the body section while peeling out the white meat.
The BBQing made the crustacean so deliciou while giving it a nice depth of flavour that would not over-power the original sweetness. I kind of understand why this was highly raved about. They provided us with this chilli sauce to dip the crab meat in. Although I prefer without just to enjoy the freshness of the crab meat in its purest form, this sauce was highly addictive. The punch and kick from the chilli was so good that I kept going back for more. For more choice we also ordered the steamed fish with bean paste sauce. This too was very good because the sauce was thick but super flavourful while the fish was super duper fresh. I like how the meat was not mushy in the slightest, but came nicely succulent especially the cheeks which is my favourite bit to eat.
This place is definitely worth the long drive down to Seremban. However be prepared for a rather expensive dinner because the seafood isn't exactly the cheapest around. However the quality is really up to par.