Friday, December 11, 2015

Original Seremban Beef Noodles

To me, Seremban Beef Noodles is like this - dry version with dark sauce with peanuts and salted vegetables and must be eaten with Lai Fun (a type of rice noodles that is thicker and cylindrical). Breakfast set - a bowl of noodles, two beef meat balls in soup, one drink of your choice = MYR14.90 nett.

A closer look at the noodle. Ala carte price for a bowl of dry noodles with tripe, beef meat is MYR9.80 nett. Taste good as the dark sauce is only slightly salty as I read online someone complained that the sauce is too salty so they must have corrected it to be only slightly salty so that it goes well with the salty vegetables.

There are many choices for the breakfast value sets that are served from 9 am to 11 am. The above photo shows only a quarter of the value sets.

Value lunch sets are available from 11 am to 6 pm at a higher price with one additional item which is the grass jelly or it could be kwai lin go but you could request this jelly to be replaced by a scoop of ice cream. There are more items in the value lunch set menu than shown in the photo above.

You can choose to replace the Lai Fun noodles with Mihun, Yellow noodles or Kuey Teow but I think the dark sauce goes best with the Lai Fun noodles. The choices for drinks for the breakfast value sets  are as shown above. For the lunch value sets, they provide different drink choices.

Some other selections in the lunch value set menu - there are still more sets than shown in this post.

Nice decorations - with a Christmas tree as Christmas is just around the corner.

Internal and External seating areas.

Other than beef noodles, they also serve nasi lemak, prawn noodle, sweet and sour chicken rice and other types of noodles.

Yee Kee Beef noodles from Seremban is now in KL at Fraser Business Park, Pudu so we don't have to travel all the way to Seremban to eat this tasty noodle.

26 comments:

  1. I went and tried the one above the Seremban market - did not like it. Oh? So it's supposed to be like that, different. The lady at the Hakka mee stall helped me order, the dry one - for the stall on the other side. Not what I am more familiar with, perhaps those more used to it would love it this way.

    I would prefer the soup ones and my all-time favourite would be Kah Hiong in KK, Sabah. They have outlets in Brunei and Puchong. A head better than the rest that I've had - here or in KL.

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    1. The one you ate is not like the above photo? I plan to try the Kah Hiong beef noodle one day.

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  2. my first experience of beef noodles was in Singapore and it looks like the one in the photo, probably no peanuts and salted veggie only.. I actually like this type of beef noodles too!! so it is the Seremban signature way?? good it's now in KL and we don't have to go all the way to Seremban :)

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    1. I believe it is Seremban style beef noodle. Yes, good that we can eat it here if we want to without having to drive to Seremban.

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  3. Nice to see... but not going to eat it... And I doubt their non beef noodles dishes would be any good, so...

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    1. Ya, I know you don't eat beef in this country.

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  4. How does this taste in comparison to the original ones in Seremban? I've not had a dried version like this with peanuts before.

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    1. I find this one tastes better than the original ones. LOL!

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  5. I have not tasted this Seremban noodles before even though have been to Seremban a few times. No chance to try all the local fares except the vegetarian ones because my relations are all vegetarian. Have a wonderful Friday!

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    1. No choice then since your relatives are all vegetarian.

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  6. ok i am up for this! something new to me!

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    1. Try this when you are back for a visit?

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  7. Never taste Seremban beef noodle before. Hmm. Sweet?

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  8. I have heard of the famous noodles in Seremban but never tried them before.. hope some day can get to taste them.. good they have a branch now in KL

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    1. Hopefully one day you can get to taste them.

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  9. Are the noodles same like those used in asam laksa? I prefer the yellow noodles with beef.

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    1. Almost the same. Yellow noodles go well with the soong kee type of beeg noodles but not this one as yellow noodles have a strong taste and the sauce for this type of beef noodle will clash with the taste of yellow noodles.

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  10. not a big fan of fat noodles but the picture you took looks really yummy... however as you said, the sauce tastes quite salty

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    1. Erh, on the contrary, I said the sauce is not salty at all this time. Previously some other people said it was salty but they have changed.

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    2. This Pinoy guy needs to come over and try. So many Filipina maids love all our hawker food, be it fat or thin noodles. They love the spicy fare.

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    3. I have many friends from Philippines working in the same company and I like the Philippines food that they share with us.

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  11. This is new to me as I was not aware there is an original Seremban Beef Noodles. I will like it for sure from the looks.

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  12. Ooo! I love that kind of dry beef noodle! Hoping they'll open another branch as Fraser isn't a place I go to (funnily enough, narrowly escaped being sent there for work... )

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    1. Wah your company has projects there as well.

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