Foodies paradise guide to southbound foods!

Want to try a different taste of food? Let’s head South! 

Here are some of the suggestion we ought for you to try:

 

Seremban

Asia Laksa House

A bowl of laksa, accompanied by a fresh taste of iced lemon tea is the best combination when you visit Seremban! It is filled with ingredients such as Yong Tau Fu, eggs, minced fish or meat, your choice! 

Just a thought of it already feeling so hungry! One bowl of laksa! Yes please! 

Location: 341, Jalan Berlian, Taman Senawang Jaya, 70450, Seremban, Negeri Sembilan.

 

Empayar Seremban Siew Pau

People from around the world have traveled to this state to grab their share of the Siew Pau for themselves, their loved ones, and their friends and families. Siew pau and Seremban are two things that go hand in hand, not just for a stroll in the park or a movie date, but for a lifetime. Sure you can have these in towns like KL and PJ, but imagine the fresh, buttery, and flaky buns as soon as they come out from their oven.

Location: Jalan Tbk Besar 4, Seremban 70200 Malaysia.

 

Malacca

Kedai Kopi Chung Wah

You’ll never miss this local specialty at Kedai Kopi Chung Wah coffee shop due to the lines of eager diners outside the eatery throughout its opening hours. Offering Malacca’s most famous dishes, their chicken rice balls.

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Image source: Weekender

 

This eatery embraces the local Malaysian-style coffee shop décor with an open kitchen concept where you’ll hear the continuous chopping sounds made throughout your meal. Wooden chairs and marble-top tables occupy the floor space. With such a simple interior, Chung Wah’s food takes centre stage!

Location: Jonker Street, Melaka Malaysia

 

Johor Bahru

G. Cheong Fun Restaurant

This restaurant has been serving springy chee cheong fun since 1999 and you are able to have the option of the traditional chee cheong fun which is more similar to the kuey teow. You can drizzle curry, soy sauce, or red sauce or mix them all together for that extra burst of flavour!

Location: 176, Jalan Pahlawan 2, Taman Ungku Tun Aminah, 81300 Skudai, Johor

Min Corner

Ready for desserts? Head over here to get a variety of different kueh, puffs, desserts and mains! This shop consists of Nyonya kuehs, Chinese pastries, and Malay cuisine all under one roof. You will find yourself in a dilemma as there is so much food for you to choose from! You’ll be sure to sample nothing less but the most authentic taste there!

Location: 110, Jalan Pahlawan 2, Taman Ungku Tun Aminah, 81300 Skudai, Johor.

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