Wishlisted by Michelle
Laksa is a staple food in Southeast Asian cuisine. You can find a Laksa recipe in Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia. Henceforth, there are different variations. In Malaysia, you can find two of these versions on the market: Chinese Laksa, and Malay Laksa. The distinct difference is the shrimp sauce Chinese Laksa has, while Malay Laksa doesn’t use said sauce giving it a milder flavor, and they’re usually served with a hardboiled egg. Just by the name, Laksa Janggus serves the traditional favorite Malay Laksa with a recipe that dates back almost 30 years ago. What started as a stall under a Janggus Tree (Malay term for cashewnut; hence the name), is now an open- aired complex that seats up to 100 diners at a time. What sets their Laksa apart in particular is that the noodles are handmade, giving a unique texture compared to store bought noodles. Aside from this, Laksa Janggus also has two other food stalls: one that sells batter fried bananas (pisang goreng), and another that sells cold Malay drinks, and shaved ice with beans and jelly for desert (Air Batu Campur).
Open today: 15:30-20:00