Quinn Seremban Beef Noodle, Kemayan Square

My family visit us during Labour Day Long Holidays. We went to Seremban & Port Dickson for a day-trip sight-seeing. In order to avoid heavy traffic in North-South Highway, we use LEKAS Highway (Kajang-Seremban Highway) as alternative way to Seremban. Yeah, we used Google Maps to check the traffic condition and look for alternative way before depart. 

As usual, there are not many cars on LEKAS Highway. Husband often use LEKAS Highway to avoid traffic jam if he drive to work. However, LEKAS highway rest station is very rundown; probably lack of income therefore no source of maintenance. There is only one Malay restaurant is operate for business, the rest of the vacant shoplot is filled with dust and spider-web, not to mention the poor condition of the public toilets. 

Anyway, We arrive around lunch time and first thing to do is heading to one of the recommended food in Seremban - Quinn Beef Noodle at Kemayan Square for meal. From signboard you can see, this is their outlet and their original stall is located at Pasar Besar Seremban.

Beef noodle soup 
They use homemade "lou shi fun" as the noodle! Lou shi fun (rat tailed noodle) is very similar to laksa noodle! The soup taste like it has been boiled long hours with the beef bone - very appetizing!

Dry Beef Noodle
The dry beef noodle has a special gooey sauce with a dash of black soya sauce on top of the noodle, with similar ingredients like beef stripes, tendon, preserved salted veggie, chopped green onions and roasted sesame seeds. I always prefer dry noodle than the soup noodle. This dry beef noodle did not disappoint me! Worth to try!

I like the chewy tendon that coated with the sauce. talk about chewy tendon! I actually prefer another beef noodle shop in Desa Sri Hartamas (will write another post on this later).

Beef-balls 
I personally like he beef-balls. The beef balls very springy and meaty. If there is extra room in my stomach I don't mind to have another bowl. haha. We are sharing the beef balls so one person gets to eat 2 beef balls only (that's why feel not enough!)

I came to know later that locals in Seremban refer the original stall in Pasar Besar as "King" while the outlet is the "Queen" (that explained why the branch name is "The Quinn"). Interesting! hehe. The Quinn is located behind or next to the Kemayan Square Shopping Centre or KPJ Specialist Hospital, Seremban. Look forward to explore more local foods in Seremban when we visit here again.



Quinn Seremban Beef Noodle
Address: 108, Jalan Toman 6, 72000 Kemayan Square, Seremban, Negeri Sembilan


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