Seremban Siew Pau

Hello! Finally an update after being AWOL during the Chinese New Year. How are you guys doing? I’ve gained weight during the past week due to the none stop eating. Thank goodness CNY only comes once a year! I kenot afford to gain weight every month! :P

I spent my CNY in both Seremban and Malacca. I did not go jalan-jalan then but we did manage to stop by this place to get the famous Seremban Siew Pau. When it comes to siew pau, everyone knows the best is found in Seremban.

Seremban Siew Pow

Tasti East (M) Sdn Bhd

No 13, Jln Siow Loong Hin,

70000 Seremban

Tel: 06-761 3782

This is our very first time coming here to purchase the paus ourselves. Previously my BIL would buy it for us. As soon as we enter, a little boy comes greeting us and starts taking our order. Ethan took his pick and Darling paid.

 We went home with boxes of this delicious treat at RM1.30/piece.

Yum yum. Love the thin pastry and generous filling. The ones we got from Kay El are always oily and salty but this is just nice! Now that we know where to get them, we definitely will drop by again!

Because One Is Never Enough! :P

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    So expensive already RM1.30/piece. Last time RM0.60 per piece some more big big want, then increase to RM0.80, RM1.00 then now so small piece 1 bite finished liao… :(

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    never try this.. must try this..

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    i’ve never been to this place before, so this is the very original HQ for all the franchise?? i’ve only eaten those bought from KL lah.. so those over here are more oily and salty ah?? yierrr..

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    Mmm…. the meat looks a lot, and looks delicious.

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    wow! really one is never enough!!

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    YUMSSS! My housemate used to be a Seremban-ian and he always buys for us =D

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    I certainly heard before about Seremban Siew Pao (: But never had the chance to try it yet. Nomnom!

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    Welcome to my home, Seremban. There are other nice food to try :)

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    Yummy…..make me lapar now.

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    yes one is NEVER enough! :D

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    True, I find the ones in KL pretty oily + salty gila.
    But the thing is, even when I bought mine here, I find it oily too! Not as oily as KL’s – perhaps here they got better QC, but still oily nonetheless.

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    looks good. the pastry / skin isn’t too thick and the meat does look tender. i’ll check this place up during my next seremban adventure.

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    Sedap….one is definitely not enuff…

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    Not a fan… Try Kuching’s Kai Joo Lane siew pao – much nicer…but I don’t mind Mr. Paoz’s. Is that you spell it?

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    the one u went to is better than the huge building next to the highway *Seremban boy here XD*

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    it’s only RM1.30 there? wow. at KL the price already hikes up to RM1.70 each :(

    Latest: Pay CNY Charge Before You Dine!

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    This looks yummy. But it’s a lot of work to drive all the way to Seremban just for siew pau.

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    The best!~

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