Not sure if you have heard about Yi Poh Lou Shu Fun or not. But if you are familiar in Seremban, you will sure heard about it.
Yi Poh Lou Shu Fun was started from very small business, which is from a little stall under the tree in Jalan Temiang few decades ago. And it is now running by the third generation of the family.
The restaurant is divided into 2 sections: air-conditioning room and under ceiling fans. The air-conditioning room is newly renovated and extended recently.
I wondered why its name ‘Yi Poh’. Definition for ‘Yi Poh’ is maternal aunt. 😛
We love to eat here, but it is always packed with customers. But all the customers seemed to be waiting patiently for their food to be arrived.
What is so special for this bowl of Lou Shu Fun (老鼠粉)? The answer is the texture. I was told that their Lou Shu Fun is homemade. It is quite difficult to elaborate how is the texture. All i can is the Lou Shu Fun here is crunchy and not gelatinous like jelly.
The combination was great with the dark soy sauce, minced meat, sliced BBQ Char Siew and some spring onion. The Lou Shu Fun were cooked nicely with springly texture and non sticky.
A complimentary of pork belly pepper soup (without pork belly) comes along with the noodle. I feel that the standard of the soup has dropped. The taste was not strong compared to last time. We have to add extra pepper in the soup.
For those who like spicy, you can add the chillies as many as you want. Personally i prefer to eat without it as i find the chillies are too spicy and all i can taste is only spicy. Not so special.
If you are not a Lou Shu Fun’s fan, don’t worry. There are other type of noodles for you to choose, such as Hakka Noodles, Wantan Noodles etc.
Apart from noodles, there are appertizer too such as meat ball, fried Wantan, fish cake and etc.
We order 3 meat ball (RM0.55) and 3 Fried Wantan (RM0.55). The meat ball were meaty, juicy, sweet, fresh and boucy texture. The soup was pork belly pepper soup.
The Fried Wanton is my sister’s favourite. Despite the Wantan skin were not very crunchy this time, but it was still nice to eat.
Price for Lou Shu Fun is RM3.70 (S), RM4.30 (L)
P/S: The opposite of the restaurant is one of the famous Siew Pau shop (Kedai Siew Pau Asia or Siew Pau Master). Must visit after your meal in Yi Poh Restoran. I will post it in my next post soon. Please stay tune! 😉
Restoran Yi Poh 姨婆老鼠粉
26, Ground Floor, Jalan Seng Meng Lee (Off Jalan Temiang), 70200 Seremban, NSDK MY
Contact: +6016 6122 711
GPS Coordinates: N2 44.044 E101 56.421
Business Hours: 7.20am – 6pm (Everyday)