Have been patronizing this stall since my school days almost a decade ago!
The soup is thick, creamy and pretty tasty! It might be a little spicy for foodies who can't take too much chilli. The thick bee hoon (i.e. white noodles) are cut up nicely so you just have to use your spoon to enjoy the bowl of laksa!
The price is a tad pricey for its portion but I guess you can take it as paying for them to cut up your bee hoon nicely.
They serve other side dishes as well e.g. otah but please note that this is served COLD. When I spoke to their staff previously, they said that they only have cold otah and they can't heat it up.
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