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電話號碼
9622 1045
營業時間
今日營業
10:00 - 21:00
星期一至日
10:00 - 21:00
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現金
招牌菜
Curry Chicken Laksa
食評 (6)
Full review at http://lepakwithyaops.com/janggut-laksa-roxy-square-the-original-katong-laksa-since-1950sFollow Lepak With Yaops on Instagram and FacebookKatong Laksa...hmm...the battle is still on till today (but cordially)! So who is the real mastermind behind "Katong Laksa" - 328 Katong Laksa, Roxy Laksa, Junggut Laksa or Marine Parade Laksa??? To spare the you the confusion, Junggut Laksa (related to Roxy Laksa) is the real original Katong Laksa and was previously known as Marine Parade Laksa.Here I am, at the oldest laksa in Katong: Janggut Laksa - The OrginalKatong Laksa!Being a fan of coconut milk based food, Laksa is definitely top of the list. While it is essential, having the proportion is key! I'm neither a chef nor one who experiments with cooking, but the secret to a good bowl of gravy lies in the Rempah (Spice Paste) and I believe fresh ingredients are essential.Similar to coaching (I'm a sprints & strength coach if you have not realized), there are many good training methodology and techniques out there, but introducing too many at the wrong time and amount can lead to adverse outcomes. In other words, this explains Janggut Laksa's popularity and longstanding in this business.Truly legendary and satisfying! 繼續閱讀
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等級3 2015-06-14
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This is my second time coming here.  I like the complicated taste of its laksa which is a combination of the soup, of course the fish cakes and cockles, as well as the generous dose of herbs and the nice spray of grated garlic.  The soup tastes as deep as if it's a tea-based broth and you would not feel too greasy even with the coconut milk in the soup.  Excellent! 繼續閱讀
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等級1 2013-11-12
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Had tried both the laksa stall at Queensway shopping ctr. The laksa here has a clearer gravy (less milky) and it taste a tint sweeter than the other stall.I ordered medium bowl which is just nice for me. The prawns and cockles are comparable to the other stall, only difference I find is the gravy. Personally I prefer the milky version of the gravy of the other stall. The young man who too my order is very courteous, and he even offered to remove the ice cubes from my cup of iced teh-si when I tried to remove them by myself.This is recommended for those who do not like thick type of gravy. The beverage here taste better than the other stall. 繼續閱讀
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等級4 2013-06-12
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With a Peranakan culture influenced by Chinese and Malay origins, Laksa is a spicy noodle dish and usually available either in coconut curry or asam (sour fish) soup base. Typically, rice vermicelli is used what makes it special is due to its 'janggut' nature, where you will not need a fork or chopsticks to enjoy the bowl of delicacy. Toppled with cockles, sliced shrimps and shredded fish cakes, all you need is a soup spoon to scoop it all up!(+) Fresh coconut curry soup base and the fragrance was very stimulating to your senses indeed.(+) Slight gritty texture to the soup due to the grounded dried prawns and spices, complementing the smooth vermicelli.(+) Mildly spicy, which does not upset the stomach, especially if its your first meal of the day.(+) Convenient to eat, since all you need is a spoon to scoop up the goodies in the bowl.(-) Expensive for the serving size at S$3.(-) Depending on individual tastes, personally I would prefer it to be spicier.Otah is typically a mixture of spices and fish meat, sliced thinly and wrapped up using a large piece of banana leaf, slow-grilled to perfection over charcoal fire. This delicacy is usually enjoyed as an accompaniment to a main dish, in my case, laksa. Interestingly but not the most appetizing fact to be honest, Otah means brains in Malay language. I try not to associate this thinking when I enjoy this delicious accompaniment to my laksa.(+) The banana leaf leaves a lingering tinge of fragrance on the fish otah and complemented well with the spices and fish.(+) Not overly greasy, which accompanies well with the laksa which itself is slightly oily with the coconut milk used.(+) Does not leave you with a 'fishy' aftertaste, considering the main ingredient being mackerel.(+) The otah is relatively broad, hence portion size larger than the average otah sold elsewhere.Ambience: Nothing spectacular to rave about since it is unlike a usual restaurant. It really is just a kiosk where people 'come-and-go' for a quick meal as you sit alongside others on a long table. 繼續閱讀
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等級4 2013-01-28
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Date : 20130108Time of visit : 1pmWhat/Where : Janggut Laksa @ Queensway Shopping CentreWhat we had : Curry Chicken with RiceAverage cost/pax : $3.50Ambience : Clean but cramp seatings; crowded with people during lunch time (eat and go type) Service : Fast and goodPortion : Portion was pathetic, 1 piece of chicken wing and some potato; overall taste was average. Location : Queensway shopping centre known for sports wear and shoes; 15mins walk from Queensway MRT.Anchor Point and Ikea is nearby. What's good in particular : n/aWhat's bad in particular : Portion ABiteOfEverything.com 繼續閱讀
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