This restaurant started as a small stall in Joo Hooi Cafe, but they have moved to their own restaurant at Lebuh Keng Kwee for personal reasons. It is now easier to find them and enjoy their delicious food at the new location. Don't miss out on the chance to try their amazing Asam Laksa!
📍Address: 5, Lebuh Keng Kwee, George Town, 10100 George Town, Pulau Pinang
Laksalicious serves a unique beverage which is laksa tea! As weird as it sounds, many people are giving it a big thumbs up👍👍 (so how? dare to try or not?).
The laksa noodles at this restaurant are thick rice noodles and every bowl of laksa comes with a large piece of crispy prawn cracker, which perfectly complements the laksa broth. The restaurant serves many different types of laksa, each with its unique flavors and equally delicious.
📍 Address: 117A, Jalan Hutton, George Town, 10050 George Town, Pulau Pinang
Teluk Kechai has many laksa stalls, but among them, Zakaria Laksa Teluk Kechai is one of the top-rated ones. According to the owner, Zakaria, they use either mackerel scad or sardine to make the broth so that it's not too thick and has a well-balanced flavour. Hard-boiled 🥚eggs are not served with the laksa, but you can grab one from the table, break the shell, remove it, and add it to your laksa.
Similar to other types of laksa from the northern region, Zakaria's Laksa comes with a dollop of orange-colored coconut sambal, known as sambal nyok. Additionally, each table is also provided with pulut panggang to enjoy with the laksa.
📍 Address: 250, Jalan Kuala Kedah, Teluk Kechai, Alor Setar, Kedah (berdekatan Masjid Teluk Kechai)
If you ever visit Perlis, you must try the famous laksa kola at this restaurant! Over the years, this place has gained immense popularity and has been featured in various media outlets. The owner takes great care to make the noodles by hand, following a meticulous process that involves multiple steps.
Their laksa is said to be “lemak” (rich & creamy) with a hint of sweetness from the fresh mackerel used, and it's not too spicy. One special thing about this restaurant is that their laksa is served with pulut udang (shrimp glutinous rice) kuih spera (looks like curry puff with coconut sambal filling).
📍 Address: 97, Jalan Siakap Satu, Pekan Kuala Perlis, 02000 Kuala Perlis, Perlis
The signature dish of this cafe is none other than the famous bird nest laksa, also known as laksa sarang burung. Now, to clarify, this bird nest isn't made of the swallow’s kack puii saliva ok! Instead, it refers to the omelette that's fried in a special way to make it crispy. You'll love it so much that you'll end up saying 😘sarang-hae~ to it!
📍 Address: 1, Jalan Margosa B/15, 31350 Ipoh, Perak
Laksa Lubuk is tucked away in a remote kampung and serves a simple laksa with no fancy toppings or condiments. However, they are still able to attract visitors from the city. What makes this restaurant so special? The answer is their broth. The broth is light and watery but packed with mouthwatering flavours that will tantalize your taste buds. Plus, they cook their laksa over a firewood stove, a rare and traditional technique.
📍 Address: KPW Kubang Panjang, Kampung Paya, Kuala Kangsar, Perak
Finding a halal restaurant that serves good curry laksa can be a challenge, but Restoran TSY's curry mee is here to impress you! (For those who don’t know, Klang Valley’s curry laksa is also known as curry mee).
Their signature dish is the clay pot curry mee, which is a hearty and flavourful broth containing various ingredients such as prawns, stingray, long beans, tofu puffs, and fresh bean sprouts. The portion is quite large, and the price is very reasonable, making it a great value for money.
📍 Address: 10, Jalan Goh Hock Huat, Kawasan 18, 41400 Klang, Selangor
📍 Address: 2, Jalan 2, Kampung Cheras Baru, 56100 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur
If you're in Malacca, be sure to visit this place for the best Nyonya laksa in town! The broth is aromatic with just the right amount of spice, and it's also rich and creamy. In addition to their famous laksa, they also offer a range of other delicious Nyonya dishes such as pai tee, popiah, and cendol.
📍 Address: Jalan Siantan Sek 2, Off, Jalan Tengkera, Kampung Lapan, 75200, Malacca
At Jonker 88, customers can enjoy a unique self-service system that allows them to make and pick up their own orders. (No need to wait for the waiter to come, give the menu and then call them again to take your order🤭). Additionally, the restaurant only uses halal ingredients and 🚫🐖doesn't serve pork or lard. Jonker 88 is also a great place to enjoy some of the best cendol in Malacca.
📍 Address: 88, Jalan Hang Jebat, 75200 Melaka
Restoran Laksa Gebok Temerloh, which was featured on the long-running documentary show Majalah 3 on local channel TV3 a year ago, is known for serving approximately 50kg of laksa noodles daily. The restaurant's owner himself makes the laksa noodles. Customers can choose from 2 types of gravies: the red and the white gravy. To experience an authentic laksa Gebok, it's recommended to choose the red gravy.
📍 Address: 658, 87, Kampung Carak Paya Dalam, 28000 Temerloh, Pahang
Savor the delectable combination of smooth rice noodles and luscious coconut milk at Laksam Special By-T. Don't miss out on the must-try signature laksam, served with mouthwatering chicken or beef floss and quail eggs.
For a genuine taste of Kelantanese cuisine, look no further than this charming roadside eatery. Not only is the food authentic, but it's also reasonably priced, making it a must-visit spot for anyone traveling to Kota Bharu.
📍 Address: Jalan Raja Perempuan Zainab II, Kampung Belukar Lanjut Kumumin, 16100 Kota Bharu, Kelantan
It's rare to come across Johor Laksa at local eateries or restaurants, as this traditional dish calls for Dorab wolf-herring and other unique spices, resulting in a relatively high production cost. Moreover, its low profit margin makes it difficult to justify charging a premium price. That's why discovering Pondok Santapan Larkin's Johor laksa is truly a gem.
Johor laksa is a unique dish that features spaghetti noodles (Yes! Johor laksa uses spaghetti noodles) instead of traditional rice noodles, which pairs perfectly with the rich, flavorful gravy. At this eatery, they're not afraid to be generous with the ingredients, ensuring a satisfying and filling plate of Johor laksa.
📍 Address: No. 8, Jalan Puyuh Larkin Jaya, Larkin, 80350, Johor
Laksa Lolita is a hidden gem nestled in a peaceful town in Miri, offering a serene and calming atmosphere to enjoy a delicious bowl (or two!) of laksa. Don't let the appearance of the restaurant fool you. The delicate noodles soaked in a savory broth will leave you rethinking your first impression.
📍 Address: 349, Jalan Miri - Lutong, Lutong, 98000 Miri, Sarawak
Sarawak laksa is a crowd-pleaser at this establishment, and it's easy to see why. Served in perfectly portioned bowls and topped with large, fresh prawns, the light yet flavourful broth boasts a delectable blend of herbs and spices. It's no wonder why this spot is a popular weekend destination, and an absolute must-visit place in Miri for Sarawak laksa.
📍 Address: 275, Jalan Chan Chin Ann, 93100 Kuching, Sarawak