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928 Yishun Central 1
Singapore 760928

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10:00am - 07:00pm

10:00am - 07:00pm

10:00am - 07:00pm

10:00am - 07:00pm

10:00am - 07:00pm

10:00am - 07:00pm

10:00am - 07:00pm

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Pretty unique. Lemak Broth with spice and a kick at the back of the throat. Noodles had a nice chew and easy to slurp. Chili sauce is very very special with a nice tang and a slightly fermented umami. Loved the chewy Fish chunks on top which added so much thickness to the mouth feel of the entire bowl. Its no wonder they warrant a long queue in such a quiet neighbourhood

Tried after my friend's recommendation. I would say that this is better than Katong Laksa one. The broth has the nice spicy coconut flavour.

Katong Laksa is overpriced and does not have much taste.

For a market price of $2.80/$3.30, I would say it is very flavourful.

Beside it is the dessert store that sells a variety of desserts 🤤😍 and ofc the vvv nice laksa beside the dessert store!! 😍

Tried this after seeing it recommended by @shootandspoon !
You can choose your portion size (small or large) and the type of noodle you want (thin bee hoon, thick bee hoon, yellow noodle). There was a long queue even at 2pm. Quite yummy! The gravy isn't very thick, but it is flavourful and there are a lot of ingredients like fishcake, crab stick, cockles and beansprouts. Wouldn't travel super far for it, but definitely worth a visit if you're in the area!

Price: $2.80 for small, $3.30 for large

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You can see from the long queue - this stall is definitely worth trying.
The essence of the coconut milk and hae bee had been imbued into the soup. The resulting fragrance of the creamy soup was further complemented by a nice sweetness, plus an enjoyable hint of spice.
Overall, it is a lighter bowl but still flavourful; it's a nicely done bowl that doesn't get jelak.

This is another must try when you’re in Yishun, the famous 928 laksa. The broth was tasty and thick, with a generous amount of ingredients too; be sure to add the chilli for an extra kick in the spice department. Plus it is so cheap, you can hardly find a bowl of laksa for $2.80 anymore these days.