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This restaurant is a social enterprise that was started in 2008. It specialize in local and fusion dishes based on the unique and flavorful herb, laksa leaf. The outlet in Bugis is a open concept restaurant and has quite limited dining area.Laksa Goreng ($8.50)A 'dry' version of the Singapore Laksa noodle is fried for an intense flavour with Laksa gravy and accompaniments like prawns, fish cake, cockles, taupok, egg and laksa leaves. Although a bit dry, the noodles is very tasty and filled with
A 'dry' version of the Singapore Laksa noodle is fried for an intense flavour with Laksa gravy and accompaniments like prawns, fish cake, cockles, taupok, egg and laksa leaves. Although a bit dry, the noodles is very tasty and filled with items in it. Kelantan Laksa ($8.50)
Alluring flavours of tamarind, lemongrass, ginger flower and a touch of palm sugar pamper the fish and coconut enriched broth for this uniquely Kelantan creation. Those who cannot take too spicy would like this as some recommended this as the non spicy laksa. The broth is very rich and thick with the fish meat. It is my first time eating the pink ginger flower in shredded form.
Mom and I shared the following dishes : Laksania Chicken Satay ($4.20/ 3pcs)
The satay is served with a unique laksa dip. The chicken tastes a bit dry to me. Vegetarian Stuffed Taupok ($4.20/ 6pcs)
I do not quite take to this quite there is quite a MSG taste to it. Rainbow Connection ($6.50)
The green coloured chendol worm looking jelly is very soft and taste homemade. The grass jelly too has a homemade taste as it is very soft. Overall it looks like a big plate of ice kacang with the items all placed out of the shaved ice. Good for sharing as everyone like different items.
For drinks, we have Lemongrass Tea ($3/ hot)
The lemongrass taste is strong without overpowering. Gula Melaka Tea ($5.30)
This drink tastes like a gula Melaka milkshake as it is thick and creamy, and full of the gula Melaka's taste.
Overall the food is nice. The staff is also quite friendly, packing the satay with sauce separated for takeaway as I could not finish it.