1. Depot Road Zhen Shan Mei Claypot Laksa
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Depot Road Zhen Shan Mei Claypot Laksa delivers hearty Laksa in a clay pot bowl that isn't overly spicy and tastes authentically like Nonya Peranakan Laksa.
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On a dreary day, a bowl of thick, Lemak soup and noodles is enough to brighten your mood. Each bowl of clay pot laksa costs starts from $4. There are additional costs for topping up tau pok, prawns, chicken, or fish cake.
Depot Road Zhen Shan Mei Claypot Laksa
Address: #01-75, Alexandra Village, Blk 119 Bukit Merah Lane 1, Singapore 150119
Opening Hours: Mon-Sat 9am to 3.30pm. Closed on Sundays.
2. Let’s Jiak
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Let's Jiak's dry laksa is served in bento bowls. The secret to their aromatic and delectable dry laksa is the thick vermicelli and their secret recipe laksa sauce.
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Unlike other laksas that are served with soup, this dry laksa has a strong hae bee hiam (hiam: spicy; hae bee: dried shrimp) flavour as well as the fragrance of the laksa leaves. With every serving comes a generous portion of bean sprouts, julienned tau pok, fishcake and largely peeled prawns!
Address: 4 Hillview Rise, #02-04, Singapore 667979
Opening Hours: 1130am - 930pm
3. 928 Yishun Laksa
[Image credits : @cocoeatsagain]The laksa here is inexpensive, yet it holds its own against the bigger brands. This store has no name, however it is well-known as the 928 Yishun Laksa.
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People are willing to wait in line for nearly an hour just to get their hands on this cozy and thick laksa. At 928 Yishun, a bowl of laksa starts from $2.80.
Address: #01-155, Blk 928 Yishun Central 1, Singapore 760928
Opening Hours: Tue-Sun 11am to 7pm. Closed on Mondays
4. Famous Sungei Road Trishaw Laksa
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Famous Sungei Road Trishaw Laksa serves two versions of Asia Delight Laksa: the classic and one with crayfish. Unlike other laksa, this one is made by cooking scallops, dried oysters, and dried prawns in broth and substituting coconut milk with fresh coconut juice. It had a light and refreshing feel on the palate, as well as a silky texture that set it apart from the rest. The hawkers there were also very generous with their serving of the ingredients.
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Famous Sungei Road Trishaw Laksa
Address: #02-66, Hong Lim Market & Food Centre, Blk 531A Upper Cross Street, Singapore 051531
Opening Hours: Mon-Sat 11.30am to 4.30pm. Closed on Sundays.
5. Jelubu Dry Laksa
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Jelebu Dry Laksa delivers a handmade contemporary spin on traditional local foods, a fusion of East and West. Jelebu Dry Laksa was established during the COVID era when conditions were rough and business was slow.
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Renee Tan Eryn founded Jelebu Dry Laksa intending to turn it into a food truck promoting Singaporean delights in Los Angeles. Renee's culinary prowess can be seen in how the prawn shells were lavishly charred to the point that they could slip off.
Address: 1 HarbourFront Walk, #02-48, Singapore 098585
Opening Hours: 1130am - 10pm