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Jacqness
This is Jacqness living in Rasah Kemayan. I am a StudentI like to hang out in Tropicana, Bangsar, Seremban 2. Thai, Chinese, Indian are my favorite cuisines. I also love Kopitiam, Café, Restaurant and Banana Leaf, Seafood, Steaks / Chops.
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Good home made noodles Smile Aug 03, 2013   
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Categories : Chinese | Kopitiam

 
This place is always packed with locals, and it isn't surprising once you've tasted their food! The restaurant owner makes his own noodles from scratch, the texture and freshness of the noodles makes this place one of the best noodle shops in town. I usually order the green spinach noodles.

They offer a wide variety of noodles, from the classic char siew, phoenix claw, to minced pork (ja jiang) and even curry chicken noodles. What shocked me most was mutton noodles. My favourite is the smooth steamed chicken with mushroom.
Famous for their char siew noodles, be warned that if you come anytime after twelve chances are they will be sold out!

They also sell sui kows or dumplings.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Char siew noodles,smooth steamed chicken with green spinach noodles,curry chicken noodles
 
Date of Visit: Aug 03, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately RM7(午餐)

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Perfect on a hot day Smile Aug 02, 2013   
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Categories : Malaysian variety | Restaurant | Desserts

This place is difficult to miss if you are driving along Jalan Yam Tuan. The shop is green and is located right after the traffic light at Dominoes pizza.

Frequented by many locals because it serves the best local dessert that everyone loves!

It stands out from all of the other cendol stalls because they use chilled bowls and they are generous with the red beans. It stays true to its name, so if you are craving for the old school cendol, haji shariff will not disappoint you!
It is as simple as it gets, shredded ice served with coconut milk, cendol and red beans- but it's the best.

 
RM 1.70 for a bowl of cendol ice with kacang merah.

They also sell indian rojak (Mee Rojak), and it is on a self service basis so you get to choose whichever items you like and at the amount you wish.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Mee Rojak,Cendol
 
Spending per head: Approximately RM4(下午茶)

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Finger lickin good crabs! Smile Aug 02, 2013   
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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant | Seafood

This is where the old timers go to for a good crab feast!
Sweet and sour crabs

Sweet and sour crabs

 
The sweet and sour crabs are served with fried buns so that every bit of that sweet and spicy gravy filled with egg and crab roe does not go to waste! Goodness soaked in lightly fried golden buns, sensational!
marmite crabs

marmite crabs

 
Marmite crabs, sweet with a rich bang of umami with each lick. Just the right amount of stickiness.

The crabs are priced at RM 68.00 per kg.

You might want to come early as it gets packed with locals during dinner time.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Sweet and sour spicy crabs,marmite crabs
 
Spending per head: Approximately RM50(晚餐)

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Obligatory eats in Seremban Smile Aug 02, 2013   
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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant | Burgers / Sandwiches | Noodles

This place is always packed with locals and tourists, and it isn't hard to understand why!

I usually order the dry beef noodles with beef slices and an extra bowl of beef balls.

Tender slices of beef in their signature sauce, complemented with peanuts, sesame seeds and pickled mustard greens. Classic breakfast or brunch seremban style.

RM 6.00 (S)
RM 8.00 (B)

extra bowl of beef balls priced at RM 8.00 for eight.

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Dry beef noodles
 
Spending per head: Approximately RM8(早餐)

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