Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Stall 748

While I ate the squid bee hoon, my friends ate beef noodles at the Seremban Main Market's food court. Be careful though, only when you sit at a table belonging to a drinks stall, you are allowed to order from various food stalls. Other than that, if the table that you are sitting at belongs to a particular stall, you are only allowed to order from that stall.

Beef noodle in soup MYR7

The noodles look like lai fun noodle (normally used for Assam Laksa) but is soft

The dry version of beef noodle with thick slightly sweet gravy with peanuts MYR7 and I think this is the signature Seremban version of beef noodle.

Beef meatballs, tripe and white radish (daikon) soup MYR15

This is the famous beef noodle stall 748

32 comments:

  1. I tend to enjoy those fatter style noodles, but I don't like them if they're too soft.

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    1. They are soft but not too soft.

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  2. The dry beef noodles' gravy looks so so thick and flavourful.. Like lor style.. Must be good..

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  3. Sien, another food court with ridiculous seating rules. Did you get yelled at for sitting at the wrong table?

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    1. We asked before sitting and we sat at a drinks stall table so could order from any stall but still a stall would not sell to us saying that our table is too far from his stall and that the bowl would go missing.

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  4. I think I would prefer the soup noodles over the dry version as it looks sweetly thick.

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    1. It is only very slightly sweet.

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  5. The food looks good. The beef noodle is yummy.

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  6. I think I like the dry version more...

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    1. Dry version is tasty too, I like the peanuts in it.

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  7. Noted. Stall 748 is my next target attack in Seremban... Roger!

    You are really a good food hunter amongst many foodie bloggers we know.

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    1. I did not hunt these stalls. I read them from others blogger only so me no hunter,

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  8. The food looks good! I'd gladly go there!

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    1. I believe the place is quite different from the ones you have been to.

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  9. I love beef noodles and that would be my choice! yum! yum!

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  10. My in-laws are in Seremban but we never get to go out makan. It's always home-cooked food when we are back. Not complaining lah but sometimes I wanna go out explore oso :D

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    1. Go market needs to be really early to eat all the nice food court seats.

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  11. Oh I've been here before!

    Also Stall 748 but it was the uncle there at the time...that was 5 years ago though, don't know the status of the uncle now (whether he's still among us or not LOL)

    http://sixthseal.com/2010/01/seremban-beef-noodles/

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    1. I did not go place the order so I don't know whether he is still there or not.

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  12. Looks delish. Perfect for the weather here. It's cold and rainy.

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    1. Hot soup is always good for cold weather.

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  13. wow , i guess you got wide variety of noodle dishes in Malaysia huh.. the beef noodles looks so appetizing.. this is the kind of dish that is so ideal for the kind of weather we have here.. the rainy season here had just arrived

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    1. Hot soup is good for rainy season.

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  14. Been there, went to check it out as everybody seemed to be talking about it. Let's just say I am in no hurry to go back for more.
    https://suituapui.wordpress.com/2012/08/14/stopping-by/

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  15. I will definitely visit and try the beef stall the next time I visit Seremban.

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    1. Yes, please do. Everyone who goes to Seremban eats this. Well almost!

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  16. Ya ya ya I ate this one. *tick*

    Actually I was looking for the Singaporean version at the time, not the Seremban version. Until now I have yet to find the SG version in KL... the closest is the one at Yut Kee.

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    1. Eh, beef noodle at Yut Kee? I never know. Also don't know there is Singaporean beef noodle. Only know Taiwan and local beef noodle only.

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