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Janggut Laksa (Queensway)

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Located at Queensway Shopping Centre, Janggut Laksa was formerly known as Marine Parade Laksa before its rebranding and has stated that they are the original creators of the famous Katong Laksa.

Daily: 10:00 - 21:00

96221045
$4 based on 14 submissions
Cheap Eat/Budget (3 votes), Lunch (3 votes)
Yap Raymond

Good taste but can be crowded

Have been eating here for many years. Nice Laksa, Curry Chicken. But limited seats, so, peak hours may have to wait.

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26 Aug 2014 • 575 reviews • 21 followers

Go to the other one just 10 meters away

To see the writeup between the 2 laksa stalls in Queensway Shopping Centre, please go to http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.com

There are 2 stalls selling laksa at Queensway Shopping Centre. Both claim to be related to the famous Katong ones, so we tried both to compare.

The Laksa ($3.50 for small)
22 Mar 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Good taste but can be crowded

Have been eating here for many years. Nice Laksa, Curry Chicken. But limited seats, so, peak hours may have to wait.
30 Aug 2013 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

original flavour

I local dish I would still recommend to my friend but still loses slightly to 328 katong laksa but my friends had different opinion.
26 Nov 2012 • 408 reviews • 13 followers

The original katong laksa since 1950s

Also known as Marine Parade Laksa, its long history no doubt is impressive. What we didn’t expect was to see the stall right in the middle of an open space, with the kitchen surrounded by tables and chairs. It’s a bit strange but this eat-and-go place was practical with efficient
[Janggut Laksa] - Mackerel Otah.
16 Dec 2011 • 145 reviews • 3 followers

Classic 'Janggut' Laksa.

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