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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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If you like a laksa broth that has an extra dose of that coconut milk - this is where you should go.

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This is one of the better laksas around in town. A rich, fragrant taste as they use coconut milk instead of evaporated milk used by many laksa stalls these days. Just like the old school say of eating laksa, no chopsticks, just a spoon.

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The OG Katong laksa traces its roots back to an itinerant hawker named Janggut who used to peddle his wares along the street on Joo Chiat, then set up shop at East Coast Road. Eventually his niece and her best friend took over, and the current Katong branch moved to Roxy Square.

What immediately differentiates the laksa is the distinctive look of curdled coconut milk in the pale laksa gravy. That doesn’t affect my enjoyment of it in any way though, as the piping hot gravy is smooth tasting, coconuty, but less spicy than the norm. Soothing comfort in a bowl that’s quite different from their more famous competition down the street, but no less enjoyable.

Taste: 3.5/5


Located at the basement of Roxy Square (enter from Katong side), this laksa is no frills but all the flavour. Do try it if you’re sick of 328 being gimmicky and touristy.

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Weeelll. So are these clumps egg or overbrewed coconut milk. I thought it was the latter but all these other reviews are mentioning it’s egg?

I’ve never had a more oily and cloying laksa that ALSO wasn’t all that Lemak in the gravy. :(

The spice and aromatics just weren’t shining in the broth. Even with the chili, the spice, and haebee was not coming through


3 for the nice toppings at all.

Consumed with spoon ✔️
Flavourful coconut broth ✔️
Extra chilli ✔️

Plenty of Katong Laksa joints along East Coast Road have been (sadly) franchised out and no longer retain their original flavours. Overjoyed when I managed to hunt down this stall hidden in a coffee shop within Roxy Square that still slings out the original dish that's true to carrying its name. Satisfaction level on a high!

4bucks/small bowl
5bucks/medium bowl