Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Sarawak Laksa 4

A new stall opened for business in one of our neighbourhood coffee shop. It sells Sarawak Laksa on weekends so I ordered it on a Sunday to try. This is my 4th time eating Sarawak Laksa.

Prawns, eggs, shredded chicken meat and mee hoon - MYR6.5 - quite nice for a noodle but not so for a Sarawak laksa because I cannot taste any special spices in the curry. 

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  1. This Sarawak Laksa looks good but I have not eaten Sarawak Laksa before. I do not think we have it here in Ipoh.

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    1. Here in KL also it is not common to find them.

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  2. Looks authentic all right. I would cut the omelette stips a lot thinner, not so kasar. RM6.50 is a steal!

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    1. It looks authentic but it does not have any of the special spice taste at all.

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  3. Ooooo lucky you, got Sarawak laksa to eat, so nearby somemore.. Call me jakun, I've only eaten kari laksa and asam laksa only..

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    1. But this one does not have the special Sarawak laksa spice taste so I don't think I will eat this one again.

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  4. Look nice to me. Come over to Kuching, I bring you to taste some of the authentic Sarawak laksa. After all that is where it was born. ;)

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  5. Ooh, my neighbour used to make Sarawak Laksa and his was super spicy.

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    1. So far all the Sarawak Laksa that I have eaten are not spicy as in hot spicy.

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  6. I can see you are a fan of Sarawak Laksa huh?? and you can even remember how many times you have had that!! haha..

    I've had it a few times but can't really remember.. once for sure was when I went to Kuching, the other times nearby my house.. one thing is that those I had didn't look as nice and certainly not as expensive.. :)

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    1. Oh, so you have eaten the authentic Sarawak Laksa in Kuching, nice!

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  7. Had it a few times...not really a fan. I find that taste-wise, it's closer to Ipoh's curry mee...more spice taste and not as lemak as our KL ones.

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    1. I think the spice taste is different from Ipoh's curry mee. Sarawak Laksa is supposed to have a broth made from special spices.

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  8. Looks like quite a big bowl, the price is reasonable for me...

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    1. The portion is more on the big side but not that big.

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    1. For a normal noodle, yes, you are right.

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  10. You must like Sarawak Laksa then since you have had it for the 4th time. Too bad it was not up to Sarawak Laksa standards.

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    1. yes, too bad that I would not be ordering it from this stall again.

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  11. Looks good all right. I like that lime sitting in the sambal.

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    1. Have you eaten Sarawak Laksa before?

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  12. A bit of sourish plus curry... that is my opinion... a mixture of what I normally have here.. curry plus laksa... hahaha... not bad... for Rm6.50 a lot of ingredients on top there...

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    1. The Sarawak Laksa you ate in Sibu taste sourish? I guess that must be because you squeeze the lime into the noodle, right?

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  13. Oh my comment went missing because google said "Whoopss!" Ok, what did I say a moment ago?
    Something like.. sarawak laksa to me is a combination of both sourish and curryish... laksa plus curry two into one... :)

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    1. No, it did not go missing. It did come out but thanks for taking the time to write your comment again. :)

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  14. Nice! However, the prawn to shredded chicken ratio is not to my liking. Haha!

    I like eating the ones with lots of prawns.

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    1. The max prawns I have eaten in a bowl of noodle is 3.

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  15. I love Sarawak Laksa and they are really unqiue!
    Big prawns would be added bonus but even shredded chicken meat will make me satisfied.

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    1. Where do you eat Sarawak Laksa in KL?

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