Sunday, February 8, 2015

Sarawak Laksa 3

This is the 3rd time I ate Sarawak Laksa after eating it at Hai Siang Kopitiam, Bandar Puteri Puchong and at Aunt Christina's stall in Nam Chun Coffee Shop at Lucky Garden, Bangsar. This time, it was at Win Heng Seng coffee shop in Imbi.

Looks good for MYR6.50 - tau pok, fish cake, prawns, shredded chicken meat in creamy coconut milk curry.

I requested for a mix of mee and mee hoon and the mee looks like kolo mee. I would not be surprised if it really is kolo mee because the same stall also sells Sarawak kolo mee. Taste good but the taste of spices and herbs is not as strong as I would like it to be. Needless to say, I will eat this again the next time I am here.

32 comments:

  1. That bowl is certainly packed with ingredients. Looks good value for the price.

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  2. A lot of liew.. The first thing I wana do is slurp the soup, yummmzzz..

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    1. You may not like the herbal taste of the soup.

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  3. Sure does not look anything like what we have here. So lemak. They say Auntie Christina's would be like the real thing. I wouldn't know, never tried.

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    1. Auntie Christina's portion very little.

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  4. oh, looks like you are a fan of Sarawak Laksa hunting for it everywhere, haha!! this bowl of Sarawak Laksa is surely a bowl loaded with stuffs and looks huge in portion.. hmmm, i always wonder what's the difference between Sarawak Laksa and our usual curry laksa here.. what's the difference can you taste??

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    1. I did not hunt for this one. So happens when I was eating ckt, I saw the stall. There is a big different in that you can taste the herbal taste in Sarawak laksa because they use many spices to make the curry paste.

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  5. It looks like quite a generous helping. I would love to try Sarawak Laksa.

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    1. Any Sarawak laksa stalls near your place?

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  6. I still prefer our KL type curry laksa. Sarawak laksa I find is not as thick and has less santan (in fact, very little). The ingredients of tofu pok and fish cake (not usually found in Sarawak laksa) makes it look more like a local curry though....and where's the omelette strips?

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    1. This one does not have the omelette strips.

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  7. Looks like good value as far as prices in KL goes. But I'm no fan of Sarawak laksa, so I won't be rushing to try this...

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    1. You have eaten the real thing in Sarawak, right?

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    2. Yes, once.. the one and only time..

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    3. Did you detect a herbal taste, almost like "did da chou" (the chinese liquid medication used to rub sore or cramp muscles)?

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  8. You better fly over to Kuching and I bring you to the best Sarawak laksa and kolo mee. I never had those mix noodles in laksa soup before. Haha. You are very adventurous.

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    1. Thanks for your offer! What is the default noodle they serve for this in Sarawak?

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  9. can see they very generous with the noodles

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    1. Big enough for three of us to share the noodles.

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  10. I have not tried Sarawak laksa. From the picture, it looks like some of the curry sold by some stalls in Ipoh, with less santan.

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    1. There is a special herbal taste to the curry, not like Ipoh curry.

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  11. Not easy to find Sarawak laksa. Yep I'd also go for it if I see.

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  12. the noodles looks very jam-packed with ingredients and noodles! must be very filling after finishin it!

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    1. 3 of us ate that bowl of noodles! :D

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  13. That's a lot of noodles but I don't quite like to go with the wanton mee. Still prefer to go with mee hoon and the yellow noodles.

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  14. This lookalike kampua noodles looks great! I like this type of noodles.. better than those yellowish ones.. the boric acid smell is not so strong..

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    1. You are right, no boric acid smell in kolo mee.

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  15. Interesting combination, I have to try cause it looks delicious! :)

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    1. Do try if you have a chance. Interesting furniture. :)

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