I still remember that I had a lot of fun when stay at kampung event hough there’s not much entertainment. I will do all the summary on my next post. This is what we had for a breakfast. For those who forget that I had awesome sponsor homestay trip, let’s I help to recall back.
Day 1 Part 1 – Leave PJ with bunch of blogger, sponsor trip by Ministry Tourism Malaysia, light travel tips with crocs, went to homestay, my foster parent house is zoo, etc.. Day 1 Part 2 – Went to rubber tree, blogger attacked by monkey, hunt the durian kampung, catch the eel etc.. Day 1 Part 3 – Entertain by the whole kampung people *heart*, silat, zapin, band, etc.. Photography – Paddy Field Scenery Photography – Sunrise
Have you heard or see about fish deliver service? In kampung we have. So, you no need go market.
Early morning briefing. We supposed to meet by 9am and catch the eel. Since this is Malaysia, it will be late for 1hour and I can’t even get to bring eel back. I plan to cook unagi with it.
We learn how to make the rice with the traditional way.
I bring back and last night only I cooked it and make it as fried rice.
Here we are… Never close with goat before ^^”
I had an experience to see LIVE how the goat give birth.
Thanks to Rebecca for record it with her video! 1 word only… Awesome! For the goat and the HTC.
I really pity with my Crocs because it’s damn smelly after went to the barn. Even the goat want bite my crocsband and lucky I wear crocsband it’s easy for me to wash but still my foster parent help me to wash muahaha…
The third wedding that I went. I went the 1st and 2nd wedding at the 1st day really nice!
We had “tapai” & “bubur pulut hitam” as a dessert ^^
This is our last homecooked that I had from foster parent. OMG! I damn hungry now! Why? Stay tune in my next post where is a last post for the homestay!
Somehow I have a feeling where some of people love to taking things for granted. Somehow I have a feeling where some of people close with me for a reason. Somehow I have a feeling where some of people always make use of me.
Not just a feeling but…
For some reason, I started do not trust anyone.
I am not so dumb.
When I hate people, people would not realize that I hate them.
When you like something, you will always positive thinking.
The 1st place for Food Hunting team went to have their breakfast was Pasar Besar Seremban which is famous with their Beef Noodle & Mee Hoon Sotong. Beef noodles are almost synonymous with Seremban.
It is a legacy that its founder, Goh Hian Hai hopes to leave behind for his family. Goh is well known in Seremban for his famous “Ngau Lam Meen” (Beef Noodle). He started operating the beef noodle stall at the old Seremban market before moving it to its current location in the Seremban Central Market.
The crowd. This place normally pack during breakfast time.
Most of the food stall is own by Chinese.
The stall, which the 95-year-old patriarch had begun in the early 40s, has a rich history. It was popular back then, and still is today.
As a normal that some people like to have their beef noodle with a bowl of meatballs. This stall still offer a free beef soup without meatballs but at the same time if the customer would like to try their meatballs, it will cost you at RM0.50 per meatball.
Dry Beef Noodle @ RM5.00 which is increase RM0.50 from my previous visit. The noodle is still excellent and the sauce a little bit sticky. The beef meat was tender and chewy too.
Another branch known as Quinn Seremban Beef Noodle located Kemayan Square Seremban. Other than its beef noodles, they also offers boxes of beer jerky at RM6 per box. It comes with packet of sauces.
Mee Hoon Sotong (Squid) @ RM3.30. The portion not too huge but it’s suitable with the price. It’s contain a slice squid & topping by sliced pork as well. The stall located beside the Soon Soon Coffee Shop.
All the drinks we bought from Soon Soon Coffee Shop since the owner help us to get the seat.
Indonesia Nescafe @ RM1.30. The taste damn weird. Not nice at all even Steph could not finish it.
Hot Milo @ RM1.30.
Ice Coffee @ RM1.50.
You must try Sugarcane with Lemon if you plan to grab lunch there. the sugarcane is superb and refreshing. The stall just located beside the Beef noodle. Previous review…Click HERE.
Zoe, Me & Kingston.
Christine & Steph.
Me, Kingston & MJ.
Overall we will vote: 4/10 for the service. A little bit slow since they have a lot of customer. 8/10 for the food Beef noodles still the best but I do not know about Mee Hoon Sotong. 5/10 of course for the environment. Quite dirty and too pack since it’s market.
Seremban (Pasar) Beef Noodle
Stall No. 748, Pasar Besar Seremban, 70000 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan
Business Hours: 7.30am – 3.00pm
Day off: Tuesday
King’s Beef Noodle :17, Jalan Dr. Krishnan 70000 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan Click HERE!
Quinn Beef Noodle: 108-1 Jalan Toman 6, 70200 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan Click HERE!
Mr. Wong Seremban Beef Noodles: Blk. 84 marine Parade Central #01-184 Singapore 440084
P.S.: This is based on individual’s taste and liking and if there’s any other further questions about this restaurant or the food, feel free to drop a comment. Thanks!