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50 Jurong Gateway Road
#04-27 Jem
Singapore 608549

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Saturday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

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Priced at $7.95, this was an interesting experience. The soup was nothing like a normal laksa, no coconut cream at all! It was actually listed as an heathier option. There was a nice combination of sweet, sour and minty flavour. The spiciness can always be enhance with the sambal belachan, which was really good! This was my first time trying Penang laksa, so I'm not sure what exactly to expect, but I still liked it. Probably won't have it again tho. That's not because of the flavour, but because it comes with sardine, which I don't like. Or most seafood actually haha

Marinated chicken was wrapped in fried beancurd skin in a sort of kebab form, and cut up into pieces. It came with plain, fried tofu, too. Both were not bad! The sauces given were; the normal chilli sauce and I don't know what the black one was actually. It was probably the marinate used for the chicken as it had a similar, sweet, chicken-y taste. The sweetness of the chicken can be overwhelming, so do try it with the sambal belachan as it's sourness and spiciness balances out the flavours.
It was much smaller than expected, or than the picture in the menu. Price: $5.95

Rather decent fried rice. Went well with the sambal belachan- which was nice and spicy!
$7.95++ and the basket of crackers (veg) snack which were already on the table were actually $2++. We thought it was free.... They never said anything. We only realised while paying. But still, worth it, as they were super addictive!

Ordered a plate of fried cheese tofu cuz I wanted an appetizer to munch on. It's also one of my processed food guilty pleasures, including fake crabsticks and bright orange fish fillets. Clearly I have sophisticated tastebuds, but I know you all like them too okay don't bluff!

Wow I forgot how much I love the Seafood Tom Yum Noodle here. The soup is thick, potent and a perfect balance of spicy and sour. The noodle is springy and comforting, better than those from a packet of Maggi Mee. There's two large prawns, fish, squid and mushroom. I've never had any issues with the freshness of seafood here. I'm so glad I discovered this by accident (who would actually order tom yum at a Penang food restaurant?) So shiok I need this again!

Instead of a drink, hubby got this 'King of Chendol' as he loves shaved ice desserts. The generous drizzle of gula melaka and santan makes it deliciously sweet and lemak. The pandan jelly and red beans are nice and firm (hate the ones that are mushy). It's already good on it's own, but they topped it with durian pulp for good measure. Shiok level: maximum. It's also part of the NDP celebration menu, going for $5.20 a bowl.

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