Place Category: Restaurants
D’Laksa has burgeoned into a standalone shop on its own. This popularity should tell you something about their food! D’Laksa sells assam laksa, RM5 a bowl. They make it very clear on their menu that there are no additions of any sort to be made, be it noodles, soup, toppings, etc. They only sell the standard bowl, period.
The queues at D’Laksa are always there. We were there on a Sunday afternoon at 4pm, and we had to queue about 5 minutes for our laksa. There is ample seating now, within the shop, and cleaners clean up the empty paper bowls pretty quickly. The laksa here is also halal, and many Muslim patrons come here.
Laksa – plenty of fish, pineapple, onions, and a good balance of acidic and spicy, though I prefer my assam laksa very sour, this place does a good job of balancing it all out, with thick chewy rice noodles. For RM5, this is heaven in a bowl. They also sell it for takeaway, and you are able to request for the noodles to be packed separately.
Drinks sold here are canned drinks. No water is provided FOC.
Sorry, no records were found. Please adjust your search criteria and try again.
Sorry, unable to load Google Maps API.