Thursday, August 29, 2013

Seremban Beef Noodles

 It's been a long while since my last visit to this beef noodles stall. It apparently serves Seremban-style beef noodles. The Beef Noodles Dry ($3.50) came with slices of beef that were thankfully not over-tenderised and a dark starchy gravy that was robust, sweet and with the savoury punch of dark soy sauce. A scattering of preserved vegetables, roasted peanuts, sesame seed and spring onions (instead of the usual Chinese parsley) added varied textures and flavours.

Interestingly, the chilli sauce was pretty fruity. It didn't pack a lot of heat but had a fragrance and fruitiness that I suspect came from pineapples being added to it.

Now to get myself to Seremban to try the beef noodles there for a comparison! Or maybe it's faster to just ask foodies here. Moohehe. Anyone?


Mr Wong Seremban Beef Noodles
#01-184
Marine Parade Central Market & Food Centre

Chew On This: If you are wondering about their soup version, it has a very homely appeal. Reminded me of home-cooked beef soup with carrots and onions that Mum does at home.

2 comments:

Rachel Matteson said...

Looks weird but perhaps because of the mixture of ingredients. I want to try it though. It isn't that expensive anyway. Noodle dishes are always interesting. :)
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Anonymous said...

I am from Seremban ...taste wise its close but the noodles ...no fight. The Seremban one uses home made noodles while the Singapore version uses bee hoon.