Mention local delicacies in Singapore and laksa would surely be one dish that will be highlighted as a dish that is considered to be uniquely Singaporean. This dish is the seamless combination of spicy curry gravy and coconut milk which gives it kick whenever you take a sip of the gravy.
For those who love laksa, here are some places you must definitely try even though it may give you diarrhoea the next day.
Sungei Road Laksa
If you love your good food at bargain prices, this place is somewhere you must visit. Can you still name a place that sells food for $2? I think you will think that this is not possible in this day and age with the ever increasing inflation rate here in Singapore, but such affordable fare still exists today.
This is even sweeter if you love laksa as this stall still sells a bowl of laksa for $2, talk about value for money. What set this stall aside from others is that the owner still insists on using a charcoal fire to cook the laksa gravy which gives it a different flavour from the rest.
Address: Blk 27, Jalan Berseh, #01-100,Singapore 200027
Opening Hours: Mon to Sun: 9am – 6pm, Closed on 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month
Depot Road Zhen Shan Mei Claypot Laksa
If you like your laksa to be different, why not try the version of laksa served here? This laksa is served in a claypot which makes the presentation of the dish something that you won’t usually find at other places and another plus point about the laksa being served in a claypot is that it can better retain heat, ensuring your delicious bowl of laksa does not turn cold that quickly. The gravy here is also much thicker than the usual ones you find outside so for those who are health-conscious, you may not want to finish every drop of the gravy.
Address: Alexandra Village, 119 Bukit Merah Lane 1, #01-75, Singapore 150119
Opening Hours: Mon to Sat: 8am to 5pm
Wei Yi Laksa and Prawn Noodle
Laksa lovers, have you always dreamt of having that perfect bowl of laksa that you can customise with your favourite toppings? This is a reality for you as this stall located in Tanglin Halt market allows you to add choose your favourite toppings for your own laksa, with toppings such as chicken, prawns, cockles and fried bean curd that you can add to your bowl of laksa.
Another thing that may make you become a fan of this stall is that they open at 5.30am, which means you can add laksa to the list of foods you can eat all around the clock if you wish to do so.
Address: 48 Tanglin Halt Road, #01-20 Tanglin Halt Market, Singapore 142048
Opening Hours: Tue to Thur: 05.30am to 2pm, Sat to Sun: 05.30am to 2pm
This stall is a well-established name when it comes to laksa and you will probably hear stories from the older generation who remember fondly of eating laksa from this famous stall. It was formerly situated at Roxy Cinema which was a popular haunt for cinema goers, just like how the Cathay is for us today.
The stall has since now relocated to East Coast Lagoon Food Village and is helmed by the grandson of the original owner who has stuck to the recipe till today. If you want a taste of how laksa used to be in the past, be sure to visit this stall for a taste of yesterday.
East Coast Lagoon Food Village, 1220 East Coast Parkway, Singapore 468960
Opening Hours: Mon to Fri: 10.30am – 9pm, Sat to Sun & PH: 8.30am to 8.30pm
928 Yishun Laksa
If you live in the north and have a craving for laksa, fret not as there is a laksa stall in the area, which means you don’t have to travel down to the east just to satisfy your cravings. The laksa served here is not only great tasting but affordable as well, with prices starting from $2.80.
Address: #01-155, 928 Yishun Central 1, 760928
Opening Hours: 10am – 7pm
This hidden gem located in Queensway is something you can try the next time you visit Queensway while shopping for affordable deals on sports equipment. The laksa here is said to be so good that it rivals the famous 328 Katong Laksa that is synonymous with Katong Laksa.
Address: #01-59, Queensway Shopping Centre, 1 Queensway, 149053
Opening Hours: Mon to Sun: 10am – 9pm
363 Katong Laksa
Laksa fans, this stall will impress you with its electronic ordering system which makes the process fast and simple. Another dish that you can try while you are here would be the nasi lemak as it is said to rival the laksa here in terms of popularity.
Address: 29B, Lorong Liput, Holland Village, Singapore 277740
Opening Hours: Mon to Sun: 9am – 9.30pm
Terry Katong Laksa
This stall may not be one that will be familiar to you but once you have tried it, you may be impressed with their value for money portions and on top of that, they also do not use MSG for their dishes, making it a good choice for the health conscious foodies.
Address: #02-194, Bukit Timah Market and Food Centre, 116 Upper Bukit Timah Road, 588172
Opening Hours: Mon to Sun: 7am to 10pm
If you think paying $4 for a bowl of laksa is too much for you, maybe this will be your top choice for eating laksa. Furthermore, it must have something inside so awesome that there are people willing to eat up to 5kg of it and posting the results on YouTube.
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