It’s the prawn noodles soup you want: the sweet, dark soup is almost herbal, a little peppery, warm. Our order holds just-cooked noodles in a styrofoam bowl, topped with three pieces of halved-prawns, lots of fish cake and a small handful of fried onions.
One of the best kept secret in Orchard Road. Where can you find laksa, complete with cockerels, at $2.50 a bowl in Orchard Road? The gravy is lemak (not too rich, just nice), taste great and not too spicy (my kids love it). Unlike other laksa chain that serve with broken thick bee hoon (so that you can scoop the bee hoon using a spoon), this version is more traditional, so you have to eat with a pair chopsticks. According to the friendly stall owner the laksa paste is homemade and not mass produced by factory like laksa chains. The stall operates during weekdays from 8am to 2pm, however the laksa is often sold out by 1.30pm. So do visit the stall early to avoid disappointment.
Although children aged 18 months and older can eat the same foods adults do, there are still several limitations to consider. Here is our list of family-friendly places with dishes that both parents and young children can enjoy
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