People who came to Seremban for sure to bring back some ‘siew pow’ as hand letter. Seremban is famous for ‘siew pow’ or ‘fu yong siew pow’. However these days you can now easily get it in KL or even other states. (BTW…this is not the only siew pow brand in Seremban)
From just a small siew pow shop , expanding its business all these years…and now Empayer Seremban Siew Pow is their biggest outlet here in Seremban. The big signboard and yellow building is easily sighted along the North South highway. Hence its easy for people to drop by before leaving Seremban. People often said, this place is a tourist makan place. Doing mainly on tourist’s business. Well…I wouldn’t deny that. Often sees tour buses sending tourists there for lunch or dinner. So, it has became a tourist favorite spot. Despite, some came here for the seafood…better environment.
Other than siew pao, egg tarts, pastries…what I like about this place is their Kirin Ebi Prawns. (A type of prawn reared in deep ocean and specially processed using advanced technology).
Lets see photos now…….
Pineapple tarts and Crispy Siew Pow . I felt that their siew pow’s standard has became non-consistent. Sometimes nice sometimes not nice. I still prefer their 1st shop at, “Warong Seremban Siew Pow, 1607, Jalan Rasah, Seremban”
Fried Kangkung Belacan – RM10 (Rating 8/10)
Stir Fry Baby Buk Choy – RM10 (Rating 5/10)
Siong Tong Lala – RM17 (nothing great about the taste of the soup. But the clams/lala are quite fresh)
Homemade Tofu – RM15 (Rating 8/10)
Mui Choy Kau Yuk – RM23 (Rating 8/10)
Crispy Grouper with Spicy Sauce in Lotus Leaf (Ho Yip Yu) – RM90
Special Fried Prawn – RM21 (Rating 9/10)
Caramelized marmite sauce coating the kirin ebi prawns..made it so tasty. While prawns are very fresh as you can taste the sweetness and crunchiness. Its fresh because they rear them, so its catch directly from the aquarium.
Pak Cheok Har (Poached Fresh Prawns) – RM21 (Rating 9/10)
I preferred this cooking method over the one above. As it able to retain the freshness taste from the prawns.
Something off topic…I’m excited..just exactly 1 more week..I’m heading to BKK for a short holiday. Time to PK and to get more fat!! 😀Empayar Seremban Siew Pow
LG 1-57, Tingkat Bawah Tanah
Pasar Besar Negri Sembilan
Jalan Besar TBK 4
Taman Bukit Kepayang
Tel: 06 – 601 6308 Website: http://sbansp.com/
19 thoughts on “Dinner @ Empayer Seremban Siew Pow, Seremban.”
hand letter? letter looks like hand?
LOL .. buah tangan le …
One question.. why majority seremban ppl use cantonese?
I got a lot of friends from seremban and they know how to speak cantonese..
Simple person – ‘hand letter’ is ‘sau soon’ (souvenir) ar….LOL! Hmm…bcos majority ppl in Seremban are Cantonese. 😉
wei the fried prawn and pak cheok har looks so good .. 9/10..
so what is the last point that they loose? LOL ..
next time i go to seremban you belanja ya ..must can c and must can eat one.. lol…
is the empayar siew pau is along the highway?
Always can see during my travel to Melaka…
but don’t know how to go inside…..
hey what is your email?
Simple person – my email add is “email@example.com”. yaya…that’s the one..can be seen along the h/way. Don’t want give so perfect score ma…so ma give 9/10 lo… =p
wow it’s quite pricy there for the chinese dishes, but i love their siew pao at RM1.30
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Fish – yalo..the price is slightly higher than other Tai Chow restaurants in Seremban.
ermm maybe it’s because of their name at seremban? very reputable..
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Oh I only eat here once before but didnt really like the food. Maybe sudah improve ;P
Baby Sumo – What dishes you had last time?
Those prawns looks so good!
Ray – Those prawns are indeed good! 😉
I think I came here to buy “hand letter” too but didnt dine in 😛
haha….a convenient location to grab some hand letter rite? :-p
I like Mr Paoz…many outlets in KL.
Ohh..I’ve heard the name b4..but never try b4. heheh…mayb I shld..so, that I compare the taste. ^_^
halo halo. u mean this empayar siew pao also got do “tai chow” (means got cook rice and order dishes)? open during lunch/dinner? got air cond ka?
halo halo in return 🙂
Yeap…At Empayer Siew Pao got ‘tai chow’. available for lunch & dinner. No aircond…but their ventilation is quite okay…they provide many fans…I don’t really feel warm dining there 😉