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Sungei Road Laksa (Jalan Berseh)

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This stall is famous for their laksa. Their noodles have been cut into short lengths so that only a spoon is needed to enjoy their bowl of laksa.

Daily: 09:00 - 18:00

Closed on first Wednesdays of every month

$3 based on 17 submissions
Cheap Eat/Budget (7 votes), Lunch (4 votes)
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$2 Laksa. Cheap and Good.

Small bowl of laksa at $2. Fresh ingredient and nice gravy. The only problem is long queue and far from mrt. Nearest mrt is Nicoll Highway, Bugis and Lavender. 300 -400m walk. But worth the walk. Difficult to find good laksa nowadays. 

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• 04 Mar 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

$2 Laksa. Cheap and Good.

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Small bowl of laksa at $2. Fresh ingredient and nice gravy. The only problem is long queue and far from mrt. Nearest mrt is Nicoll Highway, Bugis and Lavender. 300 -400m walk. But worth the walk. Difficult to find good laksa nowadays. 
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  • Small bowl of nice laksa @ $2
• 04 Mar 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

$2 Laksa. Cheap and Good.

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Small bowl of laksa at $2. Fresh ingredient and nice gravy. The only problem is long queue and far from mrt. Nearest mrt is Nicoll Highway, Bugis and Lavender. 300 -400m walk. But worth the walk. Difficult to find good laksa nowadays. 
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  • Small bowl of nice laksa @ $2
• 02 Feb 2015 • 391 reviews • 3 followers

Good Laksa at Jln Berseh!

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This stall has been at Sungei Road for many years and shifted to their current location a few years back.

What's special about this stall is that they cook their laksa soup over a charcoal fire which you can see in the front of the stall. 

It's also one of the cheapest, where you can have a bowl for only $2. You can opt for a bigger bowl at $3, which is a bigger portion. For $2, you are definitely not short-changed for quality. This is evident in the queues of people who line up patiently for their bowl of laksa. The queue moves fast, and I am usually eating my bowl of laksa within 5 minutes of joining the queue!

The stall also has a long list of accolades, awards and editorial features from around the world.

It comes with white thick vermicelli, blanched bean sprouts, fish cake, cockles and sliced laksa leaves. The gravy is soupy and not thick. Even with the chilli paste added, it's not terribly spicy. 

Recommended!
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