Sunday, December 26, 2010

Christmas in Malaysia

It’s hard to find a turkey to cook around here and a Christmas ham didn’t appeal, so R and I decided to go out for Christmas. So we looked at our Seremban list and decided Seremban Seafood Village for Crab was just what we were craving.

We went for lunch pretty early so it wasn’t busy. We ordered 1 KG of the Crab, rice and vegetable and some beer. I must say the Crab was excellent, not too salty at all and the sauce.... I’ve never tasted a sauce like that it was tangy but also sweet too, really good. I usually like Alaskan King Crabs better than this kind of crab, but here they were fantastic. I am so glad that this place is in Seremban. Maybe we can make eating crab a new Christmas tradition...

The total bill including one large bottle of Tiger was 74 Rm.

Seremban Seafood Village 3720-3724, Jln Tuanku Munawir, Seremban phone: 06 7641260 / 012 6287661 Seremban Seafood Village is right at the end of Jalan Tuanku Munawir, in between Jalan Lobak and Jalan Veloo.

Strangely the place was predominately Red and Green so it felt vaguely Christmasy.

The crabs are kept in these containers at the back of the restaurant.


  1. The frozen turkeys they sell at the supermarkets are very expensive. I bet this is very different from how you traditionally spent Christmas. The chili sauce look good and the dishes are not oily. I bought a Christmas meat loaf from Jaya Jusco and it tasted good, including the sauce. Do you miss snow? Wishing you and your family a blessed Christmas and Happy New Year 2011!

  2. Thanks Autumn Belle. No don't miss the snow at all! Wishing you and your family a Happy Holiday Season!