Seremban, the capital of Negeri Sembilan (one of the 13 states of Malaysia) is well known for its delicious food. It is about 45 minutes away from Kuala Lumpur. Melody and I had an eating spree in Seremban this morning. We wanted to start it with its famous Beef noodles (it’s much different from the one in Kuala Lumpur, it has peanuts and thick sauce in it!) but it wasn’t open. Disappointed, we decided to have Hakka mee instead. It was good but we still prefer beef noodles. Feeling peckish, we bought a piece of toasted bread heavily spread with butter and thick kaya (coconut egg jam) as dessert. The sun was scorching hot and we were dying for something to cool down, we searched for ice kacang (shredded ice topped with mixture of syrup and red beans, nuts etc on the bottom) The tiny little shop, operated by an elderly women is located inside a small food court. The electric powered rusty ice shredder spins and slices the ice loudly. Melody and I enjoyed every single bit of it! Next destination, the bakery! Their layer cake looks good but when we tasted it, it wasn’t as good as it looks. We wanted to end the eating spree with a cool sugar cane juice with asam boi (cured prunes) but it seems that the stall wasn’t open today. How unfortunate! Yet again disappointed, we headed home with a vow to return to Seremban for another eating spree.