Curry Laksa @ Asia Laksa House, Seremban

asia laksa house

I was brought to Asia Laksa House for some Curry Laksa while I was in Seremban. This place seems rather popular with the locals and I was told it has the best curry laksa in Seremban.

restoran asia

Asia Laksa House is the flagship stall of Restoran Asia. The place was packed when we got there with the lunchtime crowd.

seremban curry laksa dry

You can opt for the dry version which comes with a topping of minced meat (didn’t even know there was such a thing as dry curry laksa)…

seremban curry laksa

…or the regular version with rice vermicelli (that’s bee hoon).

seremban curry laksa mixed

I went for the large curry laksa with noodles mixed with rice vermicelli and optional egg and clams. Now, the best thing about this place is the prime piece of chicken they chuck into your bowl. I ended up with two coz Caydence’s mom gave mine hers.

seremban curry laksa large

The chicken is tender and flavorful and I like the clams that goes into the gravy. It’s rich, creamy and goes very well with the noodles. There is also an egg if you go for the works. Curry laksa with chicken and cockles and egg costs RM 4.80 here – a lot less than you’ll be forking out in KL.

seremban curry laksa stall

The Curry Laksa at Asia Laksa House does brisk business and it’s no surprise for they serve some really good curry laksa. I even finished the thick gravy.

seremban curry laksa caydence sis

This is Caydence’s sister. Her super tulan face is probably coz I took over her bedroom for the night. Kidding! ๐Ÿ˜‰

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63 thoughts on “Curry Laksa @ Asia Laksa House, Seremban”

  1. debbie: Haha! It’s nothing like that la. I just went to Seremban and her parents kindly offered me a place to say. Very hospitable folks. ๐Ÿ™‚
    On another note, I’m glad e the Eagle Eye isn’t here – he’ll have spotted a very glaring image related issue which I just saw today. Eddie don’t do it!1111111111oneone

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  2. cumidanciki: Yeah, me neither! It looks good eh? It has some kind of black sauce at the bottom too, will go and try it out next time I’m in Seremban and see how good it is. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  3. hb… u ate “curry chicken” in seremban huh. hm wonder which part did u “eat”… :p
    (if u dun understand, pls translate the “words” into cantonese or ask your colleagues wat does it mean in cantonese)

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  4. well, i prefer the boss’s sibling sister who is operating in rahang kecil. same kinda recipe except the gravy is less thick cause she use less santan (coconut milk), taste will be more salty cause less santan, less sweet.
    Have you try the hakka noodle/teo chew chicken rice (damn pricy but good)/teo chew porridge (at night)/infamous roast crab (famous mostly because of the dip sauce) …
    ahhh, i miss asia laksa at rahang kecil, damn.

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  5. HB> flavorful???? I think it’s “flavoursome”
    eiling>> it’s not the alcohol on her bed, rather stains on her dress. HB is very naughty.

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  6. Eggs almost always complete a dish. Darn, why must God make unhealthy stuffs so tasty and tempting? Maybe he didn’t want us to eat healthy in the first place. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  7. mickey: Haha! I know what it means. ๐Ÿ˜‰
    Neither confirming nor denying. ๐Ÿ˜‰
    eiling: Haha! No la, just caught her in a candid moment, she was smiling in the other one but I felt like using this. ๐Ÿ™‚
    Dylan: Yup, I want to finish my Seremban post. Eh, can be considered part personal part food also, this *cough* trip *cough*. ๐Ÿ˜‰
    jinroh: Hey thanks for the tip! I shall try that next time I’m in Seremban and see how it tastes compared to this one! ๐Ÿ™‚
    gypsy-on-the-move: Yup, it’s pretty good stuff eh? ๐Ÿ™‚
    rocket: I prefer to use flavorful. Haha! Eh, no la nothing like that happened. :p
    KY: Yup, very good curry mee from Seremban! ๐Ÿ™‚
    ShaolinTiger: Yeah, can’t even get anywhere near this price in KL. ๐Ÿ™‚
    chefmel: Everything that tastes good is unhealthy. Haha! ๐Ÿ˜‰
    Cheers: Yeah, I totally agree to that! The pork fat in pork belly is damn awesome, but high in fat and cholestrol. ๐Ÿ™‚
    e: Haha! Yeah it’s quite easy to spot eh? ๐Ÿ™‚
    ah nel: Yeah, thanks to Caydence’s family for being so hospitable! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  8. I have been craving Curry Laksa the past few days and when I saw this post – it felt like you read my mind.
    Adding to the cravings are the very delicious pictures you posted on the curry laksa you had, along with that tiny looking “see hum” on the tablespoon. Still, that got me drooling. Gonna get it for dinner tonight already.
    PS. Side note – you shouldn’t place your chopstick in the noodle bowl like that! Bad luck for Chinese, looks like joss stick on the altar!

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  9. WinnieKepala: Ya, this place has really good Curry Laksa! We should drive down sometime, my dear ex coworker! ๐Ÿ™‚
    Anyway, I’m not superstitious and my family is not Buddhist so I don’t know a lot of pantang like that.
    See ya tomorrow for Astro B.yond Bloggers Night. Don’t FFK ya, first time we’ll be meeting up since 2003.
    Hey, you know what? I bumped into VJ from our ex company for the same event. Expect at least 2 ex coworkers. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  10. HB, not sure what is laksa? Is it some kind of curry stew dish that serve with rice or noodle? Look good and will find recipe to make it. Do they serve with Jamine rice or regular type rice?

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  11. Erica: Oh you can Google or Wiki it – it’s a famous dish over here, with many varients e.g. Sarawak has one version, there’s a version with coconut milk, another with assam etc.
    It’s served with rice vermicilli usually, or noodles. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  12. Gan: This is a very nice place for curry laksa in Seremban…more Seremban food posts in two weeks when I head over again! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  13. nikel: Hello Nikel! I’m still feeling sick, but thanks for the kind gesture! Heard that we won second place and everyone was kind enough to givre me a share of the prize. Cheers bro! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  14. hi, i grew up with asia restaurant foods,since i was a kid, i been dining there!….amazing noodles…im drooling right now!…my house is right behind the restaurant!…nothing cant compare the noodles
    well now living in canada…so hard without asia restaurant noodles…each time i visit malaysia…1st place i will eat after meal from flight!…..i told the owner once!…
    i misssssssssssssedddddddddd the fooddddddddd

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  15. rav: Yeah, Malaysia is very well known for the food – and we live to eat, as the popular saying goes. Like that radio ad, the thing that unites us, food. ๐Ÿ™‚

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