51 East Coast Road
Singapore 428770

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The spice tinge marries well with the sweet coconut broth to deliver this classic laksa, comes with cockles and prawns and ultimately a feast of flavours ($6.50)

Honestly, after three years of living in Sg, this is the first time i probably had a laksa. After i got my bowl of laksa, i was immediately exposed as a foreigner because I was looking for chopsticks. Nup! Only spoon is allowed…. Once you started eating, it was such a clever idea. They cut the noodle short. Eating with a spoon means every spoonful, you are eating the noodle together with the soup. It might not be true, but that was how I interpreted it. I wish i paid extra to add extra cockles. Nothing fancy, but i felt so shiok.

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I know its not the wisest decision to spend $6.30 on a bowl of laksa but Katong Laksa was literally my childhood, and I cannot lie and say that I don’t occasionally dream of it. Katong laksa is not the most affordably priced, but there are more exorbitant bowls out there. There’s something rich and creamy about the laksa broth, that gives a good spicy kick when you request for the addition of chilli. The already cut silky smooth noodles don’t require you to use a chopstick — so take mouthfuls of noodles, soup, and cockles all at the same time. The prawns were thin and measly, but being here a number of times, I wasn’t really expecting much from the ingredients here. Nonetheless, I’ll still come back for their pretty solid laksa broth and the nostalgia.

Rate:🌟🌟🌟🌟

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decent bowl laksa albeit the price increasing as fast as the petrol at this rate- small $6.30, large $8.30

We got the large bowl of laksa at 328 Katong Laksa, which costs $7.50, and we were satisfied by the generous serving and the flavourful broth! Before mixing all the chilli paste provided into the broth, you may want to try adding a little bit as the chilli was surprisingly spicier than it looks! Also, as a side note, don't be like us and ask for chopsticks because the vermicelli have been cut to the point where you can comfortably eat the noodles with a spoon alone! 😅

Still a good eat, although no longer magical when encountering it young. It's also not as small as I imagined, although it's still overpriced. You're paying for the brand.

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