Googled where to eat near Bartley and this came up! It was quite a controversy as to who was the first Katong Laksa.. as it turns out Janggut Laksa is the first. Drama aside. I quite enjoyed this bowl of Crayfish Laksa, although not cheap at $9.50 but the fresh crayfish was worth the buck! The crayfish meat can be easily peeled from the shell, attest to the fact that it is fresh. What makes a good bowl of laksa is the gravy. The gravy here is creamy and not that spicy which suits my palate really well. Can taste the umami from the prawns in it as well! Will be back!