Sunday, June 20, 2010

Kemayan Square is a food paradise in Seremban

One weekend, I went to Seremban to do a write-up, and stopped at Kemayan Square for breakfast. Lau Yu Kee, which was highly rated in a food blog, was packed, so I tried Laksa Seremban. This eatery's fare is similar to the seafood curry served by Yu Ai in Segambut in KL. I orded a standard bowl (RM12) as well as curry fishball and chicken wings. The curry laksa came with clams, prawns, sotong pieces, taufu pok, cockles and chicken slices, including a sprinkling of grounded nuts. It was good but Yu Ai's is still better. Another notable eatery is Quinn (Seremban Beef Noodles), but as I'm a non-beef eater, I gave it a miss. According to food blogs, there are several other restaurants worth checking out. Getting there: After exiting the North-South Expressway, turn left to head to "Pusat Bandar". Keep to the right lane and turn right when you see the signboard "Kemayan Square". Parking is quite easy in the morning.


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