What do you do when you have an extra one day public holiday extending your normal weekends break? I’m sure many of you choose to go shopping or spend more time at home to catch-up on those lost sleep. Wanting to do something different, we took a one-day trip to Seremban.
Seremban has the best Siu Bao without doubt. Not only that, Seremban is also famous for their seafood. Before heading to Seremban, we made some research and through that research, we landed up at Seremban Seafood Village.
Seremban Seafood Village is very well-knowned for their crabs. Just look at the crab pinches, don’t they look huge and appetizing?
As there are the two of us only, we ordered the Grilled Crabs. Unlike the ones we had in Jinjang which has a strong buttery taste, Seremban Seafood Village ones are more oily and salty. The crabs were very fresh and meaty. A bowl of “orange” coloured sauce was provided to compliment the Grilled Crabs. In my honest opinion, this sauce doesn’t go very well with the crabs, as the crabs were good enough on its own. Other common favourites here are their Salted Egg Crabs and Chili Crabs.
Next, I strongly recommend you their Dried Chili Mantis Prawn (Kung Pou) as it is not only delicious, it is very affordable. This portion is only RM10.00. So much difference in pricing compared to the Grilled Crab earlier which costs us RM70.00.
The Clams fried with dried chili and shrimp rice or we normally called Kam Heong Lala is also RM10.00. The lalas were very fragrant, a trully nice dish. It has enough kick of spicyness and “wok hei”.