Located in the same corner coffeeshop (at the junction of Eng Hoon Street and Tiong Poh Road) that houses the well-known Tiong Bahru Yong Tau Foo stall is this new-ish hawker.
Pardon the image of my partially tossed noodles but I had been too eager to take a sip of the gravy and had forgotten to take a pic first. Anyway, to be frank, I found the taste to a bit on the mild side and would have preferred it to have much more of an "assam" or sour kick. Having said that, there's still a lot to enjoy about this Penang Laksa, such as the abundance of shredded cucumber, sweet pineapples, crunchy lettuce and mint leaves. Plus that there is no MSG in the slow-cooked gravy, making it a healthier choice.