Dry Laksa

$22.00 · 8 Reviews

Dry laksa was def one of the better ones around and a popular favourite here! Recommended!

Chap chye on the other hand was so-so, nothing amazing. Better off trying something else on the menu.

One of the participants is Violet Oon Satay Bar & Grill.Diners can enjoy a free board of satay when spend $55+ (swipe for photo).

Feature Dry Laksa.
rice noodles served with signature laksa gravy, prawns, tau pok and bean sprouts.
📍Violet Oon Satay Bar & Grill
3B River Valley Road, # 01-18.
Clarke Quay.

DRY LAKSA ($25++): unanimously our favourite! ❤ Featuring rice noodles tossed in creamy & rich laksa gravy with a spicy kick🔥, topped with prawns 🦐 & fishcake slices, this was very shiok la! 💯

Would head back just to eat this :P

One of the best pasta version of laksa rendition! Flavour of laksa sauce packs a punch that stirred well with the spagetti and topped with fish cake and prawn.

‘It better be good cause this is hawker food’ is what my friend said.

Dry laksa and dry mee siam were interesting and enjoyable. The pork satay was good but nothing amazing.

We were not ‘wow-ed’ by the rest of the dishes. The chap chye and kueh pie tee tasted like dishes we could get at home (perhaps our parents are really good cook!).

Other diners probably wouldn’t agree based on how crowded this place is

#crowded #reservationrequired #dinewithfriends

Why oh why did this come last? I was already almost passed out in a food coma when this fabulous dish arrived. Oooh so nutty the gravy was! The laksa bee hoon was springy and soooo good! Fresh plump prawns completed this very amazing dish. I wanted to cry when I had to leave a few strands of bee hoon behind. I still managed a quarter of it. It was that yummy. Lucky I was wearing track pants ✌🏻