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Laksania (Serangoon Nex)

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Laksania aim to introduce a new concept eatery and specialize in an innovative menu of local and fusion dishes based on the unique and flavorful herb, laksa leaf. Laksania intend to translate the heartiness of laksa into a series of great comfort foods to engage the most discerning palette.

Daily: 10:30 - 22:30

+65 66342645
$12 based on 33 submissions
Lunch (18 votes), Dinner (14 votes), Children/Family (10 votes)
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Laksa Choices

My friend and I were walking around NEX Serangoon mall deciding what to have for dinner until we walked pass Laksania located at basement B1.The restaurant was full house at that moment and we smelled the laksa fragrance that attracts us to give it a try. We were assigned to our seating place with menu and order form by the staff. After flipping through the menu, we made our decision. SP went to the counter to place the order and make payment. I goggled a bit of the history of the restaurant. Laksania is a stop where customers can expect to see different versions of Laksa originating from various parts of Malaysia, and of course not forgetting the local version of laksa.   Modern interpretations of laksa include the Laksa Lasagna, which I reckon will be a huge hit amongst youths. It is composed of taupok, pasta sheets, chicken, mushroom and cheese.
Each of us had our choice. My friend ordered Laksa Goreng S$7.50 which has the strong laksa aroma when it was served.
Lasagna S$8.50 was my choice as I find it quite interesting combination of laksa and lasagne. The ingredients composed of taupok, pasta sheets, chicken slices, mushroom and cheese. The combination gave me a ‘Wow’ expression when I first tried. The master behind this creation did a great job of mixing the fusion cuisine together.
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• 08 Jun 2014 • 36 reviews • 18 followers

A Restaurent that survives on Pity?

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Good variety, meh quality. Read the full review here - http://www.theaaronloy.com/laksania-review-jem/
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• 13 Dec 2013 • 73 reviews • 1 follower

Laksa Choices

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My friend and I were walking around NEX Serangoon mall deciding what to have for dinner until we walked pass Laksania located at basement B1.The restaurant was full house at that moment and we smelled the laksa fragrance that attracts us to give it a try. We were assigned to our seating place with menu and order form by the staff. After flipping through the menu, we made our decision. SP went to the counter to place the order and make payment. I goggled a bit of the history of the restaurant. Laksania is a stop where customers can expect to see different versions of Laksa originating from various parts of Malaysia, and of course not forgetting the local version of laksa.   Modern interpretations of laksa include the Laksa Lasagna, which I reckon will be a huge hit amongst youths. It is composed of taupok, pasta sheets, chicken, mushroom and cheese.
Each of us had our choice. My friend ordered Laksa Goreng S$7.50 which has the strong laksa aroma when it was served.
Lasagna S$8.50 was my choice as I find it quite interesting combination of laksa and lasagne. The ingredients composed of taupok, pasta sheets, chicken slices, mushroom and cheese. The combination gave me a ‘Wow’ expression when I first tried. The master behind this creation did a great job of mixing the fusion cuisine together.
For more food reviews: http://hazeldiary.com/


   
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• 24 Oct 2013 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

just decent

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This is my 3rd time going to this place. Today I tried the Singapore Laksa. It's nothing to shout about. At $7.50 for a bowl, I thought it was steep. It tastes like any laksa you can get at a hawker centre or food court. With the GST, the bill came up to $8.05. I don't think I want to pay 8 bucks for a bowl of normal laksa.
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