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9 votes

64404585

Daily: 08:00 - 15:30

$5 based on 5 reviews
Located on Telok Kurau Road, sells Laksa.
kcfoodgod • 03 Jun 201223 reviews 1 followers

This "Katong Laksa" stall is called ’金都‘。 Gravy is full of laksa favour & the fresh cockles added make it taste even better. Now don't bother to go to East Coast Road, just come to this stall opposite the SPC petrol Station is enough to satisfy your 'laksa crave'.

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kcfoodgod • 03 Jun 201223 reviews 1 followers

This "Katong Laksa" stall is called ’金都‘。 Gravy is full of laksa favour & the fresh cockles added make it taste even better. Now don't bother to go to East Coast Road, just come to this stall opposite the SPC petrol Station is enough to satisfy your 'laksa crave'.

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Patrick Lim • 01 Jun 20121 reviews 0 followers

I was introduced to Uncle George's laksa about 15 yrs ago and have been patronising him whenever I have a craving for laksa. The gravy is very flavourful and I never fail to finish every drop. Uncle George doesn't use tau pok in his laksa as the oil from the taupok taints the taste of the gravy, but he gives generous amounts of fish cake, prawns and cockles. You should try it for yourself, as they say, the proof is in the pudding

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Dr Leslie Tay • 23 Nov 2011249 reviews 562 followers

There is laksa and then there is "Katong laksa”. I think most Singaporeans will immediately understand that "Katong laksa”, refers to the style of Nonya laksa that is eaten with just the spoon, and the most well-known place to eat this is at the stalls around the junction of Ceylon and East Coast Road. Nowadays, there are so many stalls claiming to be the "Katong laksa” that you don't really know who’s original. But this stall has conclusive proof that...

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