Thursday, 10 April 2008
Seremban Siew Pau @ Seremban
How can you leave Seremban without its Siew Pau? Well some of you might say that the franchise has expanded to every other state in Malaysia and so they should taste the same. But I have my doubts there...
So far the best Seremban Siew Pau i have tasted has been in Penang and Seremban. The other states' Siew Pau seem to fall short in taste and filling :o
Yummy porky filling with the all important green peas; an ingrediant often missing in Siew Paus which i rate as lower standard. Stuff u can eat for breakfast, lunch, tea, dinner, and supper. How can you ever get tired of this delight? :p
That rounds up my recent Seremban trip. The town has surely developed but has maintained its antic aura, especially the small and old shop lots along the streets leading to the market downtown. If you are bored with busy KL, just take a 30mins ride down and enjoy a more calm and easy moving town's sights, sounds, and smell =)