Note: Was told by one of the readers (Thks Lenie!) that the laksa stall is no longer muslim owned. Do check. Thanks! For more info-read the comment section below.
Previously I was here enjoying a plate of delicious Nasi Briyani at the Malay stall and some nasi padang with delicious ayam masak merah(red chicken).They were delicious.I thought I had post it in but I guess I had forgotten about it.
Anyway, came back to try out the Chinese cuisines.The sign said that it’s muslim owned (mualaf)and thus I asked personally to the lady at the stall. Are you a muslim? And she admit yes.Very quiet ,soft spoken lady.
It was normally packed in the morning and I thought I wanted to have it takeaway but as I was ordering, there were seats.YIPEE!Immediately I changed to eating here.
The food is affordable, u can have it small $2.50 and big $3.00.But if u want it for take aways,there is only one size $3.
As I take a mouthful,it soon followed by many mouthfuls of laksa.It was creamy and yummy. A delight to my heart’s content.It was delicious! The best I ever had.The cockles are halfcooked.U can omit them if u dont have a strong stomach.This is the chinese version of laksa that Ive been searching for.Cheap and good! 4.5 out of hi-5s
As for the prawn noodles, u can have it in 2 ways. Dry version (with separate bowl for soup) or soupy prawn noodles.I noticed many chinese customers opt for the soup version thus I ordered the same.It was delicious! It was full of prawny goodness.The prawns are fresh and the soup are sweetened by its freshness.Delicious!!Only factor is that I prefer to see more prawn meat.But still, the soup is delicious.4.3 out of hi-5s .
Take note: In a separate stall,the chinese drink sellers are not muslim nor are they related to the chinese muslim stall.They do sell some non-HALAL buns.So dont assume that everything is halal there just cos both food stalls are muslim-owned.
Blk 446 Pasir Ris