Monday, March 21, 2016

Laksa @ West Coast Food Centre


(1) The other time, i went to tabao food back for dinner after my workout, and saw this new laksa stall in West Coast market, but at that time, saw that it's almost closing time for the stall, so i thought i will go again to try another day.  

The stall was taking from where i was seated as i bump into a friend at that time when i wanted to go order foods, and had some chit chat, then i forgot to take picture of the stall, after that, i was too shy to go and stand there and take picture of the stall.


(2) $4 for this bowl of laksa, but find that not much ingredients, which has bean sprouts,  cockles, 2 prawns, and thin slice of fish cake.


(3) $1.80 for this packet of nasi lemak, which has a a packet of chilli, kuning fish, a bit of ikan bilis.


(4) $1.20 for this otah

26 comments:

  1. That would be something like the 328 Katong laksa here, not my favourite. Wahhhhhhh!!! The nasi lemak so much rice!

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  2. When I see laksa, I think of our local curry mee.. It's also called laksa here.. I don't fancy asam laksa, I fancy lemak laksa more, the Thai ones..

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    1. Same here, i prefer the lemak laksa, asam laksa, i also don't fancy...

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  3. only $1.80 for the nasi lemak with the fish!... wonderfully cheap

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    1. The fish not any expensive fish leh... And quite small too with a lot of rice...

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  4. ooh you must be very hungry after the workout.. hehehehe!!

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  5. You one person, eat laksa + nasi lemak + otah ar???

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  6. I like the fried fish with the nasi lemak.

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  7. The nasi portion of the nasi lemak look huge.

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  8. A very hot Good Afternoon to you!

    I am boiling and sweating now. Wiping my sweats...

    The next time I will soak inside iced bath tub to comment the blogs.

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    1. Good afternoon TM... It's raining now in Singapore...

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  9. Now you made me curious about the laksa sold in Singapore. I have never tried any but one uncle told me there is a good Assam Laksa in Geylang area. Have you tried that?

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    1. I heard about a Assam Laksa near Aljunied MRT station, but didn't try it out,not too sure if it's the same one the uncle mention to you about it...

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  10. I have eaten Otak-Otak in Singapore and they tasted good.

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  11. I would go for the nasi lemak. Look better than the laksa.

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    1. They do have curry chicken, maybe will try it out one of the day...

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  12. 好想尝试你这碗laksa!>_<

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  13. I would go for the otak otak because I love otak otak.

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