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Famous Seremban Beef Noodles @ Stall 748 Pasar Besar Seremban
And the thing is that it's not located at a poshy place but at the Seremban's main market, called the Pasar Besar Seremban locally. While enjoying the noodles, one can watch market life unfold.
There are two stall selling beef noodles here; we tried the one at Stall 748.
Business is brisk, the vendor at the stall is continuously busy boiling noodles, cooking beef and tripe. The big pot contained soup in the main section, a small section holds the gravy for dry noodles and a third smaller section is for boiling the noodles.
The noodles came in various sizes and different combos. So select your preference, i.e. whether soup or dry, with or without beef ball and extras, etc.
A few of us went for the special that came with more slices of beef and tripe and a bowl of beef ball soup. Greedy me went for the special and a large size one a that, that cost me RM12.50. The regular is sold at RM7-00 per bowl (prices are at time of this blog).
Seremban's Beef Noodles is a class by itself. It comes as a dry version with slices of beef and cow's stomach. The kicker to this noodle is the sauce, something dark, starchy just like those of used in "Lor Mee" but with a beefy flavour and some ground-nuts. To top it all, it was garnished with Chinese parsley, sesame seed.
The noodle is of the "Lai Fun" variety, something similar to Penang Laksa noodles but not as bouncy.
Where's the beef?
In the Seremban Beef Noodle.... Yeah! It's good!
Here's some advice for those who want to take away the Seremban Beef Noodles:
Ask for the lai fun to be uncooked, boil them back home so that they will be springy. The lady vendor also advise to keep the hot soup away from the noodles so as not to heat them up and spoil them. See.... I followed her advice hanging the soup and noodles on my Brompton bicycle on different sides!
Their wall menu with pricing include. Interestingly, they even sell beef jerky here.
Hours: 7:30am to 3:00pm (Closed on Tuesdays)
GPS: 2.730930, 101.936882
(Click here for Google Street View of Pasar Besar Seremban)
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