It was a day trip to Titi in Negeri Sembilan with my neighbour and some foodies.
We started off from KL around 7.30 am and arrived at the Seremban wet market for our breakfast.
The sotong meehoon - an overrated recommendation which turned out to be rather disappointing.
The meehoon is pan fry lightly and gravy with braised pork is pour over the noodles and a few pieces (infact we counted only 3 long slivers) of brown squids top the dish.
The fishballs noddles -
the braised beef noodles soup - not so much the broth or braised beef but the noodles that are the star - handmade "lo shui fun" (rat's tail noodles) chewy and springy.
The popular biscuit shop in Titi-
caned furniture for sale as well in the shop.
Hakka kueh make with the dark green leaves
happy shopper always....
After the shopping spree, it was time for lunch at a restaurant that specialised in Hakka cuisine...
namely, the fried Hakka Abacus balls with black fungus and the popular "puppy duck" (did not get full photo) which is braised duck with ginger in fermented beancurd sauce. However, I find that the duck was overcooked, maybe it has been braised in a big pot and dished up for individual servings whenever there is order hence it did not looked freshly cooked..
Pig's intestine fried with pineapple... a rather acquired taste but not for me.
It had started to rain after lunch as we made our way to this place
nursery planted with all herbal plants ..
We attended to the talk by the owner, a famous herbalist... many of his findings about the nutritional value and medical value of the plants have been published in Chinese magazines. He told us that he was attached with the General Hospital some 40 years ago, treating patients with natural plants when the western medicine declared that there was no hope.
Our steamboat + BBQ buffet dinner in Seremban.