Yee Kee Seremban Beef Noodles @ Seremban 1

Few months ago, one Mr Ivan Lau emailed me informing me of his newly opened restaurant in Seremban and invited me to his new place by the name Yee Kee. According to him, they serve Seremban Beef Noodles, one of the famous dishes of Seremban.

Yee Kee is a new conceptual restaurant in Seremban. It’s the first of it’s kind in Seremban and since it’s opening, it really has been the talk of the town.

Yee Kee specializes in Seremban Beef Noodles. Yee Kee is the originator of this dish and it was started way back before the Japanese occupation. It is now operating under it’s 3rd generation.

Yee Kee is located in one of the pre-war shop houses of Seremban. It’s directly opposite Public Bank. Although it’s located in a pre-war shop house, the interior is nicely done with a tinge of modernity.

Moo Moo

We manage to meet Mr Ivan Lau himself. Mr Ivan used to be IT profession for 7 years before venturing into this business. According to him, his grand father started Yee Kee in the 1930s. However, the business ceased and Mr Ivan revived his grandfather’s business with his partners.

The Old Yee Kee Shop

Although we were full from our Hakka Noodles, we couldn’t resist to try Yee Kee’s speciality, the Seremban Beef Noodles.

I must say, the noodle was excellent. The sauce is sticky and the beef, zomg, tender and chewy. I would highly recommend this to everyone!

Other than its beef noodles, Yee Kee also offers boxes of beer jerky at RM6 per box. It comes with packet of sauces. According to Mr Ivan, it’s quite popular among his customers.

Mr Ivan and myself

Business must be quite good for him. According to Mr Ivan, his business is about to break even – at his 4th month!

For directions, please refer below:

If you’re coming from KL, go out Seremban tol. You’ll keep left to go to Seremban Town. Go all the way straight until the end of the road where you’ll be force to turn left.

Once you turn left, keep to your left. You’ll pass by Hong Leong Bank and then OCBC Bank.

Turn left after OCBC. Yee Kee is on your left hand side.

The restaurant is open 8am till 8pm daily except Monday which it will be close.

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8 thoughts on “Yee Kee Seremban Beef Noodles @ Seremban 1”

  1. i’ve tried the beef noodle @ seremban’s wet market as they claimed as kinda famous..
    another i went quite few yrs back corner lot at seremban, very nice beef noodle, can’t recall the shop’s name. :p
    yeekee’s beef noodle is very famous, my fren ‘tahpao’ for me once.
    u shud try seremban’s hakka noodle!!

  2. bimbobum: yes, made from cow after they jerked.
    jo: i heard that the beef noodles @ seremban wet market originated from the original yee kee.

  3. yo… the famous seremban beef noodles. But i don’t fancy it as its starchy. Talking about beef noodles… the vietnamese vermicelli (Phở) is my ultimate favourite.

  4. Had a bad experience this morning while dining at Yew Kee with my family. I ordered a set meal which consists of beef noodle, meat ball soup, ice lemon tea and a dessert. At the end of our dining, I noticed that they have not served the dessert. I told one of the employee (looks like Ivan, the boss) that the dessert was not served. Instead of checking their records, he said that we did not order set meal and as such, no dessert was served. I then told him that I ordered the set meal and he immediately asked if I’m “sure”. I told him that I’m sure. He did not bother to check their record and kept saying that I have not ordered the set. I insisted that I have ordered the set and even the receipt prints as set meal. With an uphappy look, he then said, “ok… I’ll give the dessert free for you”. I told him that the dessert is not free as we’ve paid for it. When he came out with the dessert, he sarcastically told another employee “customer is always right”. We then complained among ourselves that his service is bad, the other employee overhearing our conversation said that we have not ordered set meal and blah blah blah… without even looking at their records or our receipt. Angry with such nonsense, we told the two feller that their service is bad and instead of apologising, the Ivan lookalike said “yes, we know”. Sensing that there’s no point in talking to these type of persons, we left with disappointment and vowed not to patronise this stall again.

  5. I’d once experience before with the boss’s parent..same stories !! Like parent like son !! Bad service with No smile on face…Black faces !!!! True experience.. may be this is their true life..Unhappy family!!

  6. I prefer the Sin Yee Kee beef noodles, & there are 3 stalls in Seremban operating by Mr. Goh’s family for almost 50 yrs. If u have ever tried the Sin Yee Kee, u will agree that it tastes much better than other beef noodles elsewhere. Many of my friends from overseas love Sin Yee Kee beef noodles as well… it’s really awesome! Two thumbs up!! =)

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