74, Jalan SS14/2
Subang Jaya 47500

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12:00pm - 08:30pm

12:00pm - 08:30pm

12:00pm - 08:30pm

12:00pm - 08:30pm


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A positive twist for a non-soupy person, getting my dose of concentrated asam laksa. Don’t give up if you have to wait for tables, the turnover is quick and food is served promptly.

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Haven't seen anywhere else do this, so as an asam laksa fanatic, I was automatically intrigued. I thought it would be a gimmick thing but it was actually pretty good! Very flavorful and has more of that distinct laksa taste compared to many regular soup laksa stalls. They have air conditioning too, which is always a plus!


Fried Laksa at Restaurant Well Cook Gourmet. The first time I was informed about this dish I was totally shock, Fried Laksa??? Till I visited Well Cook Gourmet at Section 14 Subang. RM8.00/plate and the taste was full of flavors. Highly recommend this place for you guys to try something new. By the way, it's Pork Free so my dear Muslim friends can also try it out. They also have very tasty Char Kuey Teow, Popiah and many more.


If you love assam laksa, be sure to try this fried version. Its sour tangy broth is richly infused in these thick chewy noodles [that bear a nostalgic resemblance to bee tai mak]. Well Cook Gourmet has been around for decades and is easily the best in town – a must have each time we're back! #GourmetAdventuresInKL


Ever had a plate of fried asam laksa? Sounds fairly odd and somewhat impossible, but Restaurant Well Cook Gourmet has mastered it! Asam laksa is such an iconic dish with its spicy-sour fish soup that makes it so special. This eatery gives it a genius twist and plates up a super-tasty dry version at only RM7.50. Don't miss out on this unique dish!


Ahh friend laksa. What on earth is it? How can you hope to make a stir fried noodle dish taste as flavourful as the laksa soup in a bowl of asam laksa which is the main star of the dish? For if you have mastered the laksa soup, you have mastered asam laksa.

Well you can't. But I'm guessing Well Cook Groumet has come pretty close.

Well Cook Gourmet is a restaurant in ss14 famed for its fried laksa - a stir fried version of Malaysia's favourite spicy soup noodle dish. And rightfully so. The best dish there IS the fried laksa (RM 7.50 before GST). The mee jawa (RM 7.50 before GST) wasn't impressive and the popiah set (RM 6.50 before GST - 2 rolls) was plain and underseasoned.

The fried laksa tasted like Asam Laksa's less reserved younger sister that was always chasing after Asam Laksa's accomplishments. It was bold. It was flavourful. It has made it's name as a unique dish. But it wasn't as flavourful as a good bowl of asam laksa (I'm pampered. My mom makes killer asam laksa). It doesn't have the fish, the pinapple or the asam slices that I'm used to. I always call for extra lime with the dish because I'm a lime fanatic but taste wise I guess there really is no way to recreate a hot bowl of asam laksa into a stir fried noodle dish. But this comes close in terms of the blending of flavors. Familiar, yet not the same.

This is after all, Asam Laksa's younger sister. And she is an individual all on her own.

Meal expenditure:
Fried Laksa - RM 7.50
Iced Water - RM 0.50
Total after GST - RM 8.48