Seremban actually well known for it's beef noodles, many food stalls here have survived more than a generation, this round would like to introduce Fatt Kee Beef Noodles which located at Seremban Wet Market(Pasar Besar Seremban). If you visit Seremban in morning, do remember to drop by Seremban Market's food court, you can find a lot of delicious food, especially Chinese there. I knew that the beef noodle here is a must item beside Seremban Hakka Noodle. Fatt Kee Beef Noodles located at the first floor of Seremban market.
Seremban Wet Market not really hard to find, it located Jalan Pasar which just beside the Seremban Post office. The food court is a treasure trove of Seremban delights! Plenty of good foods are waiting you at there!
Not really easy to find a parking here especially during morning.
Basically there are two well know Beef Noodle stall at Seremban Market's food court, which are Fatt Kee and Sin Yee Kee Beef Noodle. But this round, I selected the Fatt Kee because the beef noodle cooked in a dry version which is Seremban style. Most beef noodle are with soup but in here not.
Fatt Kee Beef Noodle is run by a couple I guess, which the aunty was the person who prepare the noodle while his husband was the one who serving the dish. Each bowl only cost RM 4 for small and RM 5 for big portion.
Another famous beef noodle which is Sin Yee Kee.
Now let's us have a close up on how special and tasty about this beef noodle. Basically it is a dry version of beef noodle, was the first time I found this cooking style because most of the beef noodle found at Kuala Lumpur was in sop cooking style.
The Fatt Kee's beef noodle filled up with beef slides, sesame seed and the gooey source in thick, tossed with fragrant peanuts, and slices of salted/preserved vegetables. While the noodles used is the "lai fun" (usually seen in assam laksa). So simple but tasted nice.
Do you feel you want to have a bite after you see this photo?
Beside beef noodle, we also ordered a flour rice noodle below.
After finished the main course, ordered a plate of Rojak which in Seremban's style as well.
About the Rojak, the sauce taste a bit sour and sweet, not really same as Kuala Lumpur style, but anyway, still consider ok to try it out.How To Go ?
Not really hard to find it, which it just beside the Pos Office station. Please go at the morning, it closed after 2p.m. if not mistaken, most of the stall here are open for morning only.AddressBandar Seremban, 70200 Seremban, Negeri SembilanView Larger Map