Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Singapore's Katong Laksa

Katong Laksa

the curry laksa shown is famous in Singapore at Katong.. it's priced at about SGD 3 - 3.50 per bowl..

the laksa is some rice noodles served with "mild curry alike" with coconut extract gravy and topped with fish cakes, cockles, prawns, bean sprouts and some spicy sauce..

you can have katong laksa at Katong in Singapore..


n305er said...

Lots of Santan bad for health... :P

yikang said...

doesnt look tempting to me..

boo_licious said...

I quite like it - they give u a spoon to eat it with since they cut up the noodles but yes, very unhealthy as very lemak.

irene said...

looks not spicy o..i think penang laksa and kuala kangsar laksa is better..hehe

Robin said...

So which stall did u go?

I always go to the one at the end of latong, opp the Mobil station.


Jeremy C said...

mmm...looks nice :)

but shouldn't have looked at it, haven't eaten yet so now am soooo hungry.

Jellyfish said...

i wan :P

yikang said...

eh jelly.. go and take some pics of the Segambut RM10 seafood noodle lar.. either curry one or tom yam one.. equally superb..

Jellyfish said...

yikang: oh? i think i got take the pics there b4, on my way to museum TUDM last month :)

Chen said...

I prefer Penang Assam Laksa :)

DarReNz said...

how often u go down to sg ar ?

Chuang Shyue Chou said...

What on earth were you doing in Katong? (besides eating...)

Alicia said...

n305er : once a while.. still ok lar

boo_licious : agree xD

irene : penang or KK laksa is different from this :P but i like them all

robin : ya somewhere there too.. it has got some newspaper cutting on the stall wan if i'm not wrong..

jeremy : hehe shud go have ur breakfast evryday :D

jellyfish : pi makan xD

yikang : the laksa's quite nice.. and den hor.. segambut is far lei..

chen : in this case i like all of them :P

darrenz : err once in 2-3 mths?

csc : hehe went walking and looking around.. nothin much to do there :/

Chuang Shyue Chou said...

I can't imagine why people would want to go to Katong. Heheheheh.