My ex-colleague’s mama runs this kopitiam where the town’s famous laksa stall is located at.
I wanted to go say Hi to her mama but that particular morning, she wasn’t at the drinks counter.
Almost 80% of patrons were seen eating the laksa. WHOAH. Ani hojiak?
The higher the price you pay, the larger your prawns become.
I ordered the smallest bowl, RM 5.50.
The noodles are slightly different from the conventional beehoon. Somewhat thicker and harder.
The soup was power-packed with prawny taste and rather viscous too. Seemed like the effect of boiling the soup with good quality ingredients over a long period.
Thumbs up to this laksa I must say, but I feel Penang’s laksa (the one located behind Royal hotel) puts up a pretty good fight to this one, but that stall owner is always unpleasant…
Downside of having this early in the morning….. killer prawn breath whole day long. *burps*