Had the opportunity to drive down to Seremban for Isuzu 3S branch opening ceremony last Sunday (a dealer of my client Isuzu Malaysia). My boss and I went for the best siew pau hunting! The main event of the short trip quickly changed to siew pau hunting and we couldn’t stop giggling over it throughout the launch and in the car especially when our GPS make us went round and round Seremban. Like a small kid we are!
We are hungry + happy when we spotted a worn-out huge signboard of the famous S’Ban Siew Pow. I couldn’t see a thing as the yellow signboard is now white but my boss could recognize the design from the blog which we googled with our phone earlier.
|Worn-out huge signboard which originally was yellow.
We dropped by the shop first to check if it’d ran out of stock as we desperately needed to lunch. We were assured that they won’t ran out of stock so we walked over to the food court next door for a really crappy chicken rice.
|Varities of “biscuits” available.
|Other biscuit varieties available such as chicken biscuit and many more.
I bought 1 dozen of siew pau for my family and my boss bought 1 dozen each for his family, office and gf.
One thing I notice from the blogs I googled which blogged about this siew pau is that they didn’t state where is it, location, nearby landmark, address and not even the “jalan” name. So I make sure I took this picture for those who might find this useful. But the one I went is located at Jalan Rasah. Don’t take the flyover heading Jalan Rasah if you’re following GPS. Take the old road at the bottom of the flyover.
|Address, contact, website and email info on the side of the box.
Here’s the dozen! It’s so small compared with the one I bought a few years back from the same brand. The price per piece now is RM1.20 for chicken and RM1.30 for pork.
As much as this look nice and delicious, look at how small it has shrank to.
Overall. We can get siew pau anywhere in Klang Valley. You need not drive all the way to Seremban unless you need the short drive to get out of the city once in a while. The price is quite high for a siew pau. Taste is not as delicious as before. I couldn’t find the satisfying sensation eating this as the taste is kinda flat and blank. I can’t taste the aromatic of the filling at all.
Nevertheless, if you fancy something different once in a while you could have this over a cup of kopi in a kopitiam as your childhood memories flashes back.