Thursday, March 27, 2014

Sarawak Laksa

The other time, i tried the Sarawak Noodle at this stall in Jurong West, as i was around the vicinity, this round, i tried the Sarawak Laksa.



Sarawak Laksa @ S$4 with prawns, shredded egg, shredded chicken


Chilli Sauce

17 comments:

  1. It sure has the looks, dunno the taste.

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  2. This one not so cheap hor...maybe got prawns... Over here it is around that price or slightly more...

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  3. good morning Sharon..

    oh, the sarawak laksa looks good, but $4 for the bowl?? looks like not cheap compared to other hawker stalls food huh??

    i like the chili with calamansi :)

    good morning everyone.. wishing everyone a great day ahead!! :)

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  4. Looks good, Sharon. But better still, next time when you visit my hometown, Kuching, you try out the laksa there. Some places serve good laksa.

    My Singaporean cousins come to Kuching every year and without miss they will eat Sarawak laksa, kolok mee and tomato kuaw tiaw. :)

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  5. It looks good, wanted to have some right now, hehe!!!

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  6. Looks not that spicy compared to those traditional malay laksa~

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  7. Suituapui

    When i tried the sarawak noodle the other time, i was curious about it, so try out this round...


    Claire

    In a coffee shop environment...


    SK

    Good afternoon...

    Ya lor, a bit expensive as inside coffee shop...

    U too have a great day ahead...


    Rose

    Will sure try out if i go Kuching...


    小影

    Have not try the laska in Kuching, so can't compare, hehe...


    Sonia

    Something different from the Singapore style laska...


    Lina

    Acceptable...


    Hayley

    Not spicy at all...

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  8. Hello Sharon, how do you like the taste of Sarawak laksa? Does it have a herbal taste?

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  9. 真巧!我刚才才吃Sarawak的Kolo Mee!呵呵…我也想要尝试他们的Laksa呀!:D

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  10. Mun

    Nope, it does not have herbal taste...


    Vincent

    Hearing you said this makes me wanna go back again for it... hehe...

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  11. It does not? The Sarawak laksa I ate in KL has a strong herbal taste as the Sarawak laksa paste is made from many herbs and spices.

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  12. That sarawak laksa looks good!

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  13. Mun

    Will go try the Sarawak Laksa if i go KL... :)


    Ken

    Have not tried Sarawak Laksa in Malaysia, so can't compare...

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  14. How can.....you must go sibu and try STP's sarawak laksa la

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  15. Sibu Sarawak Laksa the best ya, keke...

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