Yesterday was another busy day for me. I made a trip down to Malacca for a meeting and while on da way home to KL, I drove in to Seremban and you sure know why... yeaps, "Siew Pao" and if you happens to be a frequent user of da North- South Highway, you definitely won't miss da huge and bright in Yellow colour Signboard stated there, Seremban "Siew Pao" Empire on your right side (coming from KL) and vice-versa. I found out that da "Siew Paos" are all freshly baked here, at this shop, more like a factory to me though and it's a non-stop thingy from early in da morning till late at night, 11 pm. I could see that their business seem to be really good with lotsa travel buses all around when I was there and most of them were foreigners, after all it's Visit Malaysia Year :)
Look at these "Siew Paos", awesome! There are 2 versions of "Siew Pao" that you can get it here, da one with Chicken filling and another one, with Pork filling. I savoured da Chicken "Siew Pao" and find it so good! I tell ya... da "Siew Pao" here really delicious! Da pastry, oh sooooooo light, airy and flaky. Best of all, not oily and da filling..... oooooooo yummy! Priced at RM 1.10 per pc, no doubts, quite expensive and though small as compare to those that you can get in KL or other places but it's tasty, really... so it's all worthy! :D
I also tried da Wife Cake "Lou Poh Peng" but find da filling rather weird as it tastes like "Kaya" instead of da usual Wintermelon. However bad, I got to give thumb up for its golden-brown Pastry though, really nice!
Anyone of you know what cookies are these? My mom and dad told me that it's da mini version of "Yee Chai Peng" and I've got no idea what's "Yee Chai Peng"! Anyways, I must confess that these Cookies are so delicate that we actually finished da whole pack within 15 minutes :p and oh they are real cheap, RM 1.50 only for one packet! :D
My first time here and da "Siew Pao" certainly didn't disappoint me. Will definitely return to this place for more "Siew Paos" next time! :D Back at home, my parents tried it, my sista tried it, my other half tried it and all of them gave thumbs up for da "Siew Pao". So, if you love "Siew Pao" do drop by this place and oh, I just realised that they've a branch here at Old Klang Road that you may want to give it a try if Seremban is too far away for you :)