Finally checked this claypot laksa off the list, and I was lucky to have waited for just 15 minutes for that.

Served in 3 sizes and 3 different types of noodles (yellow noodles/thick beehoon/thin beehoon), the claypot helps to keep the laksa warm better and it was really shiok to watch the gravy bubble when served. But other than that, I don’t really smell much additional aroma with the use of a claypot. The gravy is separated into 2 layers; 1 with a thicker lemak paste on top while a more watery soup soaking the beehoon. The chili does add heat bombs to the gravy which was originally spicy to begin with. Portion was slightly little for the price and given the long queue, I’d prefer going to elsewhere for a more satisfying laksa.