50 East Coast Road
#01-64 Roxy Square
Singapore 428769

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08:30am - 05:30pm

08:30am - 05:30pm

08:30am - 05:30pm

08:30am - 05:30pm

08:30am - 05:30pm

08:30am - 05:30pm

08:30am - 05:30pm

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Who doesn’t love heritage and age old food that has withstood the test of time? Even with the recent trend of “traditional food with a modern twist”, I find myself going back to authentic, original food such as Janggut Laska, tucked in a corner of Roxy Square. The sign board says it all - The Original Katong Laksa, more than 50 years experience in serving the best Nyonya Laksa.

Read more at: kopiwaffles.com/janggut-laksa-roxy-square/

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The laksa broth has a faint taste of coconut milk, striking a good balance of sweetness with a little bit of spice. Overall, it still makes a good bowl of laksa topped with chopped laksa leaves and a scoop of chilli.

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Thick bee hoon with beansprout, cockles, fishcake and prawns in flavourful laksa broth filled with coconut goodness then topped with a dollop of sambal chilli and laksa leaves. The noodles are cut short and meant to be easily eaten with a spoon with laksa broth. The broth is flavourful and creamy yet not thick in texture which makes it drinkable with the noodles. It is a comforting bowl of laksa except being a little small in portion for the price 》$5

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For The Original Katong Laksa, the stall has several outlets located in Singapore and one of them is housed in the food court within the nondescript Roxy Square, together with another popular hawker stall, Bei-Ing Wanton Noodle. This katong laksa dates back in history and with an “original” in their naming, is this really the OG of all katong laksa? This brand also goes by another name, Janggut Laksa which might be more familiar to some of us but what’s unique about it is that everything is eaten with a spoon as the noodles are cut into spoon-sized portions. The laksa gravy has the right amount of lemak-ness and spiciness, making it so enjoyable to eat even though I was kinda filled up from other food before this. It might seem simple, with mainly noodle, gravy, fish cakes and prawns in this bowl, but every component works and complemented with each other so well. Truth to be told, I don’t usually take laksa that often but after trying out this Janggut Laksa, I am curious to try other laksas in Singapore, especially George’s Laksa recommended by @malaccamakanking which I am trying to find a time to head down soon!
✨ The Original Katong Laksa
📍 50 East Coast Road, Roxy Square, Singapore 428769
🛵 https://janggutlaksa.oddle.me/en_SG/
🍴 [Not sponsored]

Original Katong Laksa Small ($4.50)
Thick bee hoon, prawns, rice cake, laksa soup, chilli
For the laksa, they are known for cutting their noodles short so you would only need spoon 🥄 to eat it. No need for chopsticks! It’s a pretty ok laska. I don’t eat enough laksa to know if its heavenly or normal but its not bad la.
Verdict: I won’t especially travel there to eat those but if I’m nearby
Ps: the laksa stall only open till 5:30pm