I got to know about this place when it was featured on Ho Chiak, a television programme covering various makan place around Malaysia.
The highlight of this place is their “lou shu fun”, which literally means “rat noodles”. The lou shu fun here is different from the usual. Instead of looking like rat’s tail, it’s “lai fun” (rice noodles) – the noodles people usually use for assam laksa.
On our way back from Port Dickson, we dropped by Yi Poh for lunch. It was packed when we got there. So much so, they forgot our order and the waiters didn’t bother to check on it when we asked them to do so. Luckily, one young boy (probably boss’s son) was kind enough to look into it and got our noodles in no time.
The smell of fried minced pork overwhelms the dish but the taste is quite light. It’s like eating hakka noodles with dark soy sauce.
26, Ground Floor, Jalan Seng Meng Lee (Off Jalan Temiang),
70200 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan
Negeri Sembilan, 70200
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