If you are heading to KL and you had your breakfast in JB, then Seremban would be the ideal lunch stop. It takes almost 3 hours to get there from JB, and by then, you should be ready for lunch.
We used Google Maps to look for a lunch place and chose Keong Kee Recipe as they had about the highest review score. Unfortunately they were closed. There were many eateries nearby and we settled for Pin Xiang Lou, a huge kopitiam.
I ordered chicken cooked in wine (sold by the Bak Kut Teh stall) and i don’t recommend it. It tasted bitter-sweet, literally. The portion was extremely small for the price (RM 10).
The other item we tried was not bad – 鱼滑伊面 (fish cake noodles). The fish cake was made on the spot, and the texture was just right – not too bouncy. The Rojak stall seemed popular too.
There is also a famous Seremban bun shop nearby Pin Xiang Lou – Siew Pow Master (亚洲烧包). I have tried them a few years ago, but have since forgotten the taste. Anyway, given that you can kill two birds with one stone, I do recommend doing lunch around this area at Jalan Seng Meng Lee.
There is an alternative route to KL from Seremban – via LEKAS highway. We took this route as Google Maps suggested it. It was refreshing travelling through Kajang and Cheras, places I haven’t really been to. You might even save a little on the toll fee going by this way. I might just do my lunch at Kajang next time.