We went to The Dusun in Seremban. And needless to say, of course, we went on a Seremban food trip before reaching our destination. Seremban is only about 60 km from Kuala Lumpur, yet due to the ever-constant traffic jam at the North South Expressway, we tend to avoid getting near the Seremban stretch. If it weren’t for The Dusun, this food trip will not happen at all, not even with the promise of very good food.
On our hit list for the day was the Seremban Siew Pau,baked crispy bun with char siew pork filling. If done correctly, the moist char siew filling should be enveloped by several layers of light flaky pastry skin. We found the good ones at an unassuming shop hidden in residential area – Kedai Siew Pau Asia.
Besides siew pau, Kedai Siew Pau Asia also sells a variety of pastries, and we overbuy and overstuffed ourselves again, without remorse.
One of the other varieties was the egg tart which was good but not as good as our favourite in Puchong.
Address : Yee Kee Beef Noodle, No 32, Jalan Dato Lee Foong Yee 70000 Seremban Negeri Sembilan. (Opposite Public Bank)
It was a scorching hot day so we made another stop at Haji Shariff’s Cendol. Unlike the cendol in Melaka or Penang, the cendol is more in liquidy form and the coconut milk domineered most of the taste here. I kind of like it, probably because of the welcoming shift from the usual gula melaka-heavy cendol.
Address : Haji Shariff’s Cendol, No. 44, Jalan Yam Tuan, Seremban.