Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Empayar Seremban Siew Pow

I am sure most of you have heard about the famous Seremban aka Fu Yong Siew Pow. Now, I would like to bring you to their main branch which is named as Empayar Siew Pow.

Why it is called as an empire? This place is not like the usual small shops selling the Chinese bakeries but it is a HUGE building. Their businesses have grown up to 100 franchised outlets and is recorded in Malaysia Book of Records. Sounds amazing?

Display at the main entrance.

Main entrance

A staff packing the bakeries we had ordered.

Varities of bakeries include pineapple tarts, yam dumpling, pandan leaf dumpling etc.

The famous Seremban Siew Pow (Pork) priced at RM 1.30 per piece.

Salted egg cookies, Kaya kok etc.

Kirin Ebi Pow?

Other types of products sold.

One thing that the consumer always hate which is the price increment!

As proven by Malaysia Book of Records.

Besides selling the bakeries, Empayar Siew Pow building also houses a seafood restaurant with large capacity. Thus, it has become a favourite spot for domestic tours to shop and at the same time to eat the Seremban seafood particularly crabs. However, this place isn't the famous place to eat the famed baked Seremban crabs.

This premise or building is located beside the Kuala Lumpur-Seremban Highway near the Seremban/ Labu Toll plaza. It has become an essential stop for everyone travelling through the highway to grab a box of Seremban siew pow for their own consumption/ family or as a gift to their friends and relatives.

Empayar Seremban Siew Pow,
LG1-57, Tingkat Bawah Tanah,
Pasar Besar TBK 4, Taman Bukit Kepayang,
70200 Seremban,
Negeri Sembilan.
 Tel: 06-601 6308/9.


theeggyolks said...

the siew pao sure looks delicious!

ken said...

surely stop by to buy if i pass by =)

Baby Sumo said...

the food served in the restaurant is not very good... there are much better places to eat in sban than this.. hehe

Nikel Khor said...

this siew pao is great if is hot

acura said... this is the place I always saw from the highway with a huge Siew Pao billboard in front LOL...Nice post...Seremban Siew Pao is definitely the best ;)

Lisa said...

wow I totally miss this!
Love everything they have!

I can see that the price has gone up heaps...

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