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Curry Laksa

Posted in curry laksa,Johor Bahru,malaysia by chrisau on March 24, 2009

I came across another review of JB food in The Star Metro last sunday. This place has been in JB for very long and and it’s a popular makan place. I tried the laksa before, it’s very delicious and the serving is just nice, not too little and much!! Read on…. – Chris

WW LAKSA HOUSE

36-A, Jalan Kolam Air.

Open 7.30am-3pm. Closed on Tuesdays.

MORE famously known as the “Water Works Laksa”, this local favourite has humble beginnings from a makeshift stall nearby. It’s run by a mother-and-daughter team.

Served with Singapore beehoon (a fatter type of rice vermicelli) the curry laksa has a nice home-cooked taste.

The soup is not too thick, so the coconut cream does not overwhelm.

While it can’t be described as spectacular, it is a very pleasant, easy-to-like laksa with fresh ingredients like fish balls, cockles, fried wantan skin and bean curd puffs. It is also available in clear soup (ch’ng thong).

Source-Sunday Star Metro

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  1. Got photo of the laksa? Just curious how it looks like

    • chrisau said,

      nope bf..maybe i take it next time when i go there.

  2. jen said,

    curious of how it looks like as well *hmmm*

    • chrisau said,

      jen: i will take the pics when i visit it next time.

  3. Josephine said,

    What is Singapore BeeHoon? Izzit Thick BeeHoon?

    • chrisau said,

      jo: yup…. those u found in spore with the thick bee hoon

  4. claire said,

    wei..u just copied and paste ah? i prefer those that u have gone to… no wonder nowadays u put on so much weight..eat so much ..


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