Yi Poh in Seremban is known for its Hakka Mee and Loh Shi Fun – both served with minced pork and char siew slices. On our way back from Melaka, we stopped by for lunch to see what the hype was; my mother in-law claimed the food is good.
Ordered one Hakka mee each and another bowl of loh shi fun to try, along with a side of pork meatballs and wantan soup. The Hakka Mee was decent – springy and well-seasoned with a generous amount of char siew and minced pork. That said, the char siew was dry and stringy. I still prefer the noodles and char siew from Toast & Roast in SS2.
The loh shi fun (known as Yi Poh noodles) was pretty good, save for the dry char siew. I ate this with sambal chilli for extra oomph. The noodles weren’t like the regular loh shi fun – they were longer and thinner but with the same texture.
All in, lunch was a pretty enjoyable affair. Service was prompt and pricing was reasonable. We’ll come back again for the loh shi fun.
Food: 6/10 (non halal)
Verdict: Give the loh shi fun a try. And don’t forget to eat it with sambal chilli!
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Restoran Yi Poh
26, Ground Floor,
Jalan Seng Meng Lee (Off Jalan Temiang),
Tel: 016-612 2711
Business Hours: 7.30am to 6.00pm