All sorts of Laksa

Laksa is a popular spicy noodle soup in the Peranakan cuisine, which is a combination of Chinese and Malay cuisine.  It can be found in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.

Mouth watering in all shades of orange.

Sarawak Laksa

Sarawak Laksa

Singapore Laksa

Singapore Laksa

Vegetarian Laksa

Vegetarian Laksa

Curry Laksa

Curry Laksa

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6 thoughts on “All sorts of Laksa

  1. I wish laksa wasn’t spicy as I really can’t eat spicy. Then again, I suppose that will just be noodles and chicken soup…My parents like eating Maggi laksa a lot. Out of all the laksas here in Melbourne, that one tastes closets to home for them.

    • In fact Laksa isn’t all that spicy. The color can be deceiving. Maggi laksa is a bit sourish, more like Penang laksa. I recently found a brand (forgotten the name) and that taste exactly like Singapore laksa but of course the noodles are dried compared to fresh. Bought lots of those now in my pantry. You should try those laksa, Mabel. They aren’t all that spicy and not all laksa taste the same, different types. You may grow to like them. 🙂

    • I mostly only go around cafes/restaurants in East Auckland. So far, I found the most authentic Singapore laksa from a stall in Meadowland Shopping Mall (where New World is). The Café at Fo Kwong San Temple in Flatbush serves great Vegetarian Laksa (the soup is similar to Curry Laksa). I haven’t yet identified any particular cafe for the best Curry Laksa although they are readily available here in most Malaysian Restaurants. Nothing exceptionally good but I like them all the same.

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