first came to this sungei road laksa stall at jalan shui kopitiam at jalan berseh>10years ago. have not been here for several years. today though 3 of us were having turtle soup at berseh food centre, so decided to drop by for the laksa. there was a 15pax queue at 2.30pm on a sunday. i waited about 15mins. stall is closed every 1st & 3rd wednesday of the month. the stall had 2 ladies preparing bowls of laksa & taking orders, and an older men cooking the noodles & ladling the gravy goodness from a charcoal fire pot. laksa was S$2, with slices fish cakes & cockles, served with spoon & no chopsticks. i added cockles so it was S$3. gravy was light, not too lemak nor spicy, but quite flavourful & intense, very satisfying. i also ta pao (take-out) 2 packets back. there is another sungei road laksa at nearby kelatan lane but i have never tried it. will give it a try next time i am here, which unlikely to be soon though.
first came to this sungei road laksa stall at jalan shui kopitiam at jalan berseh10years ago. have not been here for several years. today though 3 of us were having turtle soup at berseh food centre, so decided to drop by for the laksa. there was a 15pax queue at 2.30pm on a sunday. i waited about
While it is located nowhere near an MRT station and can be quite a warm place to eat at in sunny Singapore, this is definitely a place worth visiting if you love laksa! This is definitely one of the best laksa I have tasted and I love how there is a slight charcoal taste to it, coupled with the
Gravy is not overly thick. fresh ingredients and fragrant. Worth trying been there many times and the good thing is that they taste the same whether at the start of business or at the end of the day. some shops are inconsistant.
This Jalan Besar stall’s headlining dish is one of the last few – if not the only – places in Singapore that still keeps its laksa gravy gently heated in an aluminium pot over charcoal fire. Some say this results in a smokier aroma, we reckon that the spread of charcoal results in an eve
If you still want to eat laksa cooked with charcoal fire, you’d better hurry down to this Sungei Road Laksa! This is probably one of the last few places where you can still see the traditional aluminium pot resting atop a charcoal fire. Rumour has it that this is the first stall to introduce