Laksa In Singapore

Laksa-in- Singapore

When in Singapore, you have to try the spicy Laksa noodle soup. As hot as the weather, this rich soup will get you hooked with just one slurp. This Peranakan rice noodle soup brings together a delicious amalgamation of the Chinese and Malay culture. It is not a surprise that the coconut milk curry based noodle soup laced with chicken or seafood meats ranks among the top 50 most delicious foods in the world. While you can find both the curry and assam laksas in Singapore, the local variant is the Curry Laksa. Enjoy some Laksa with otah, a fish cake grilled in banana leaves to enhance the ocean flavours.

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363 Katong Laksa

This may not look like much but oh man... This is my comfort food...beats 328 katong laksa in terms of taste and price! Address: 29 Lor Liput, Singapore 277740 Phone:+65 6464 9303 Hours: Open today · 10:30AM–9PM

Roxy Laksa & Prawn Noodles

Roxy Laksa & Prawn Noodle serves variety of Chinese cuisine and is known for their Laksa, Fish Cakes and Bee Hoon. Address: 1000 ECP, Singapore 440000 Phone:+65 9630 2321 Hours: Open today · 8:30AM–9PM

Janggut Laksa

Janggut Laksa was formerly known as Marine Parade Laksa before its rebranding and has stated that they are the original creators of the famous Katong Laksa. Address: Queensway, Queensway Shopping Centre, Singapore 149053 Hours: Open today · 11AM–9PM

328 Katong Laksa

Yes, this is the famous 328 Katong Laksa which beat Gordon Ramsay at the SingTel Hawker Heroes Challenge which took place at Newton Food Centre. Ever since then, 328 Katong Laksa has been calling themselves the ‘No. 1 Laksa in Singapore’. It is well known for having noodles that are cut into shorter strands and only require a spoon to eat. Address: 53 E Coast Rd, Singapore 428771 Phone:+65 9732 8163 Hours: Open today · 10AM–10PM

Sungei Road Laksa

Sungei Road got its name because it runs along the banks of the Rochor River (Sungei Rochor), hence its Malay name sungei meaning “river”. The road was also known as “Kek Sng Kio” in hokkien dialect or “结霜桥” in Chinese, which was made in reference to the Singapore Ice Works which used to exist in the precinct. Address: 27 Jln Berseh, Singapore 200027 Hours: Open today · 9:30AM–5PM

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