May 31, 2021 Negeri Sembilan



“Pork Noodles” is all the while among the local Chinese’s favourite kind of authentic noodles eatery, also famously known as the Sang Yuk Mee in the eastern nation (especially at Sabah) being widely practised by the carriers on respective home recipes. Here in the middle southern nation, we found and being successfully recognised among the best recommended Sabah’s local authentic Pork Noodles (Sang Yuk Mee) “Loi Fa” running at Seremban, Negeri Sembilan having great positive response from the market recently.

The Seremban, Negeri Sembilan local originated Mr. Edward Lui Wai Fatt (born 1995), was the initial founder and also the only immediate recent owner of this best recognised “LoiFa Restaurant” in the Seremban township serving all their Sabah’s local traditional authentic Sang Yuk Mee (Pork Noodles) selections and signature menus to the locals and visitors under a roof in manner on the ground, bringing the eastern’s (Sabah) delicacy eatery into the middle southern nation thoroughly.

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The founder cum owner Edward Lui Wai Fatt, who at his age of 26 years old currently, was formerly an Interior Designer all the while having interest in eatery & culinary been reached Kota Kinabalu, Sabah tasted the local’s authentic pork noodles there found his passions in the field and being passed onto the eastern pork noodles (Sang Yuk Mee) recipes by an experienced master (Edward’s uncle) there allowed him finally decided to step into the f&b industry. Added with his vision to have his very own noodle house locally and foreseeing the market opportunity in the career made Edward Lui later-on successfully established his very first owned Sang Yuk Mee Noodle House officially named the “LoiFa Restaurant” (Sabah Loi Fa Pork Noodle) along the Oakland Commercial Centre, Seremban in the early year 2021 introducing their home-cooked Sabah’s authentic pork noodles to the market. And being recognised among the best in town by the Malaysian F&B E-Media for the year 2021 in the middle southern nation.

In this Loi Fa Pork Noodle Restaurant, the owner’s very first top recommended in menus will be their traditional authentic dry “Konlo Pork Noodle” which most wanted by the locals. Local homemade yellow round noodles commonly boil-cooked (options of Mee Hoon or Kueh Tiaw on customer’s preference) prepared with home-mixed soy sauce broth into home-fried pork lards & fried onions, sided with a bowl of their at least 12 hours home-boiled pork bones soup base into fresh pork slices, kidneys, intestines & livers will brings a complete set of the Sabah’s local delicacy pork’s freshness taste of pork noodles eatery that you must have a try when reached Seremban, Negeri Sembilan.

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Secondly will be their signature “Homemade Mee Hoon Pork Mix Soup”, which also among the noodle house’s daily top seller favourite by their visitors from the beginning. Local handmade rough rice noodles or Mee Hoon (options of mee or kueh tiaw on customer’s preference) boil-cooked, then served with their whole day long boiled in-house pork bones soup base mixed with local fresh pork slices, kidneys, livers & intestines, toppings of homemade pork lards and fried onions will brings delicious pork’s freshness sweet swallowed kind of Pork Noodles Soup eatery that you will neither found the same elsewhere in town.

Another will be their famous side-order selection of “Sichuan Century Egg Dumpling”, which also wanted by their customers all the while. In-house hand-wrapped dumpling with mixtures of local fresh pork minced, sea prawns & century egg, boil-cooked and finally served with their homemade Sichuan sweet spicy sauce paste/broth will brings excellent dumpling’s texturing & juicy bites into mouth that you never regret after tasted here. Especially the combination of century egg’s and appertising Sichuan’s spice tasty swallowed that you cannot aside here.

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Moreover, the owner Edward Lui also introduced their all time favourite recommended “Tendo Soup” which like by the locals & visitors recently. Local fresh pork tendons cleaned and prepared in fine slices, seconds boil-cooked then served in their long day boiled pork bones soup base, taken tipping onto their homemade chilli paste will be the perfect matching of chewing pork tendon’s bites itself into mouth that you really cannot missed when stepped into this best recognised Sabah’s Sang Yuk Mee noodle house “LoiFa Restaurant” (Sabah Loi Fa Pork Noodle) at Seremban, Negeri Sembilan.





Address: No. 363-G,

Jalan Haruan 5/8,

Pusat Komersial Oakland II,

70300 Seremban,

Negeri Sembilan.



Business Hours: 7:00am to 3:00pm (Daily)

(Closed on Tuesday)


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