katong laksa is the worst laksa in the world...in term of service...food so so only...but service is super bad..when i asked the person things he just ignore and dont answer...hei...we pay money is to eat and not see ur s*** face..the owner should be shameful to put a lot of celebrities photo in ur shop..maybe the owner only serve rich or famous people...they dun serve normal people...i just want to say...keep on ur d*** s*** service...let the world how d*** s*** u are
Worse service I have ever experienced. Was chased out within 5 minutes of sitting in the air conditioned indoors section. Was deciding what to order with my boyfriend. A short, pudgy and fair man walked up to us and told us in Mandarin in a rude and confrontational manner, to "wait outside" if we wanted to hang around without ordering as they have "a business to run" and it was "peak hour". My boyfriend pointed out that the restaurant was less than half full and it wasn't even 5 minutes of us being there. He still insisted that we "go outside and wait". He had so much angst in the way he spoke to us, completely ruining a relaxing Sunday evening that we intended to end off with a good meal we both love. We got up and left in a huff and he still could say "ah yes go go out and wait" as we were on our way out. So rude! Like he was on a mission to offend us and get us to leave! Grew up enjoying katong laksa from this outlet but will never go back there again.
Used to patronise this old katong laksa , didn't realise it's been 1 year , so decided to go and try this morning . 1st thing I saw was the old coffee shop is gone and its become an air con place . I ordered the usual laksa and nasi lemak and hot coffee and tea, without looking at the menu. Was told they only sell cold drinks. Was kind of surprise , so told the counter girl that why no hot drinks since pple come for Bfast, an older man (staff) overheard and said its been like that since 1 year .
Looking around the rest , I didn't see many pple as compared to the good old days. Then oi decided to check the reviews and all were negative . After tasting the usual laksa (small $5 , large $7 )and nasi lemak ($1.8, just a pc of fish and some Ikan boils) and 2 cold drinks, I have come to a conclusion why there is many pple patronising them. The standard of food has dropped , the service quality too.
Gone were the good old katong laksa !
Won't be going back that's for sure .
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