Pasar Besar or wet market is the place we usually find fresh vege and meat. How often do we recall it as a place serving good local authentic food? Or shall I say food heaven?? A place I would like to recommend here is Pasar Besar Seremban. The food stalls are located on 1st floor. Hence; there are few stalls that I would like to emphasize here because they are my favorite! Unfortunately, to find a parking here; is kinda testing your patience and luck especially during peak hours. (before 10am). However you wouldn’t want to be too late to arrive there(after 12pm) because some of the food may be sold out by then.
Last Saturday, I made an effort to try them along with my mom & brother. The 3 of us were kinda like eating from 1 spot to another, sharing the serving all together so that we would be able to taste each of it.
1) Tow Kee Hakka Mee
A family business which formerly runs by their father. There is another shop with same owner located at Jalan Kapitan Tam Yeong. Both shops are now operating by 2 brothers.
What I like about this noodle? Love the tangy-ness of the home-made noodle topped with tasty minced pork. Simple yet very popular!! (the green thing is pickled chili)
2) Mee Hoon Sotong (Cuttlefish Vermicelli) – (stall No. 753)
The mee hoon is fried (not really deep fry), flooded with a brown color gravy then topped with braised pork slice, sotong(cuttlefish) and vegetable.
3) Konlou ‘Lou Shu Fun’ – (stall No. 735)
I’m a big fans of ‘lou shu fun’. Therefore I mustn’t miss this. And if you are 1 of them too…I foresee you will surely like it too. Another simple noodle, yet popular and taste good. Why do I said simple? The lou shu fun just mix with some sauce (light soya sauce, dark soya sauce, oil) & topped with yummylious minced pork!
4) Mee Rojak – (stall No. 785)
This mee rojak is similar to the mamak’s version. You may order without the ‘mee’ (yellow noodle). What’s hidden under the sauce?? Kuih udang, tofu, potatoes. I topped up an additional piece of keropok udang. The sauce is of sweet and sour taste. This plate of rojak is RM4.00.
5) Sugarcane Juice – (stall No. 749)
On a hot and sunny day; this is best to quench our thirst. Oh ya, the owner claimed this is his new creation of sugarcane. “Sugarcane Juice with Lemon”. *a sip through my drying throat* ehh…taste good leh… so refreshing and the sweetness is so natural. Moreover I saw the sugarcane was process only once. Unlike some traders who uses the same cane through the sugarcane processor for several times.
Unfortunately; I have no chance to try the beef noodles which was told very nice & famous because I can’t take beef =_=
“Sin Yee Kee Seremban Beef Noodles (Stall 748)“
All the stalls above have been operating for many years.
Pasar Besar Seremban