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It is a must try if you are in the area. The taste of Seremban! It get super busy and you might have to wait around 20 to 40 mins for the buns because they made it fresh every single day. It is totally worth...More
There was a queue but it moved quite quickly as there were many staff. The siew pao was moist & tasty & warm from the oven. Really Delicious when eaten fresh. The peanut ball was also super yummy. The coconut tart was average though. The...More
Went there for the baked pork bun the first time. Went back there a day later for more - baked pork bun, kueh bahulu (not sure what it is called in Malaysia), peanut balls and kaya pastry! The braised pork bun filling is not too...More
Many tourists must stop here to lunch (Because near Plus Highway, especially from Kuala Lumpur, Johor Bahru and Singapore tourist). They also buy some Siew Pow to bring home. Don't come on Holiday because so many people to come and not enough seat have lunch.
The pastry on offer is simply delicious. My favorite ones are curry puffs, egg tarts and of course siew pau. One of the best siew pau confectioneries in Seremban, on par with Empayar and Yik Bee. The bad thing here is the queue can get...More
Fresh and Yummy. Boss is a real friendly guy. The long queues are crazy but it is evident: everything is yummy and fresh here. Siew paus are lovely. Biscuits are lovely. Butter cake is lovely. This place is in waze, very easy to find. It...More
If you are coming down from KL using the old Kajang/Mantin road, head into S'ban town until you see a left turn just before the KFC restaurant. Take the left turn and follow the road till you reach a junction then go... More
If you are coming down from KL using the old Kajang/Mantin road, head into S'ban town until you see a left turn just before the KFC restaurant. Take the left turn and follow the road till you reach a junction then go straight (12 o'clock) for about 400m where you reach a T-junction. Asia Confectionery is on your left.
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