Hi Ines...there are many different types if laksa in Malaysia depending on the state as every state has their own version. In Penang for example, its more of an "Assam Laksa" where its more sour and uses fish as base. In Kelantan in called "Laksam" where the soup/gravy is fish base but its not as sour and they add coconut cream to it. So, let us know which one ur looking for and we can point you to the right direction...but just so u know, they;re all yummy and u must try them :) almost 8 years ago
Try the new food court in Lot 10. They have gone a long way to ensure all "hawkers" are cooking traditional foods the traditional way. Whether it will be to your taste or not . . . well, as Adnin said, there are a lot of different laksas. You can find directions and information here: http://www.lot10.com.my/
The Chow Kit Market is another place to find some delicious laksa. This huge market is a site to see in itself if you have not yet been there. It is located at the end of Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, but everyone in KL knows where it is. It is best to go in the morning or early afternoon as it begins to clear out later in the day.
But (I am sure this is a matter of debate) the best laksa in Malaysia is to be found at the hawker stand in Balik Pulau on the "far side" of Pulau Penang. This tiny township is famous for its Laksa Janggus and Assam Laksa. It is a great stop off in case you are circling the island, which I also highly recommend. almost 8 years ago
Hi,i just want to share some thought with you guys...If you are a Laksa Lover then Probably you may have tried the Rest and now it's time for you to try The BEST Laksa at BESS Kopitiam while you are here in Melaka.
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Address : 378 - C ,Taman Sin Hoe , Bukit Baru ,75150, Melaka, Malaysia.
H/P : ( 60 ) 017 618 8055
Contact : Ms Tan Peng Boon
Operation Hours : 7.30am - 2pm
Every Thursday is our OFF day
Nyonya Laksa : RM 3.30
Mee Siam : RM 2.80
Nasi Lemak : RM 2.80
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Cheers... over 7 years agoAnswered by Erwin via WorldNomads.com
Must try the Penang Assam Laksa at Cafe Bonne Grey G-11, Ground Floor, Menara Hap Seng, Jalan P. Ramlee, 50250 Kuala Lumpur. Tel: 03-2072 7270 about 7 years agoAnswered by Siah via WorldNomads.com
There is a hawker who sells his laksa by the roadside somewhere between kota damansara to sg buloh before the jalan sg buluh junction traffic light. There is also a fruit seller near his stall. over 6 years agoAnswered by Zamri via WorldNomads.com
I also stay in kl n hard to find asam laksa like penang one. But last week i found the best asam laksa like penang laksa at pasar malam bandar bukit puchong every wednesday. Cinese uncle sell the laksa among the malays hawker. The only one chinwse hawker there. For me that laksa taste like penang laksa cu i am from penang. almost 4 years agoAnswered by Vee via WorldNomads.com