IF YOU think that Lou Shue Fun (rat-tailed noodles) are all the same, there’s a reason for you to take a trip to Seremban in Negeri Sembilan.
I have covered at least two makan places that serve beef noodles and, frankly, I think that’s enough for the moment.
Now, just as I thought I had seen it all, there is a stall in Seremban market that serves Fooyung Loh Shue Fun and this place is a big hit with the lunch crowd.
At first, I thought the rice noodles were for the Hakka mee, but was told by the stall owner that its Loh Shue Fun.
Curious with the discovery, I ordered a bowl and waited patiently as the woman at the counter started to work on my noodles.
And what came next was a huge surprise to me.
A small bowl of Fooyung Loh Shue Fun costs RM2.70 — the best-kept secret in Negri Sembilan.
With everything costing more, the Fooyung Loh Shue Fun tops my ‘Samolist’ of places to eat in Malaysia.
Cheap and good, I downed my bowl of noodles with happy thoughts.
You get some minced pork and chopped shallot as garnishing with a bowl of soup as a side dish.
The Fooyung Loh Shue Fun stall is located on the top floor of the Seremban market and to you gearheads out there, the GPS coordinates are: 02 43 847 N, 101 56 217 E.