I wouldn't say no to this comfort bowl of childhood favourite. They are opened daily 9.30am to 5pm but closed on Wednesday. I bet you will feel the same that the queue is worth waiting for!
Interesting fatty, rich and well marinated pork belly on plump, oily and savoury glutinous rice. Quite atas looking, but a bit too fatty for me.
Someone had warned me :“don’t bother to try the sungei road laksa as the portion is really small nowadays and standard isn’t as great as bef...
To be honest, I would not have ventured to this part of Jalan Berseh, behind Berseh Food Centre, if not for a documentary on Channel NewsAsi...
Hawker food with long history is hard to come by in Singapore. If you have not yet tried Sungei Road Laksa, it is worth the trip to Jalan Besar for a taste of how Laksa is prepared and served in the past. I left feeling very satisfied.
Sungei Road Laksa is traditional hawker fare prepared and served in the good old way.
It is self-service here. You queue to place your order, make your payment and wait to collect your food.
The laksa still good, still lemak & tasty. the extra cockles were quite a fair bit, & they were large & plump.
Topped with slices of fishcake, beansprouts, cockles and laka leaves, this is definitely one of the best laksa I have ever eaten for a long while. It is worth queuing for it.
Despite its humble origin, the Sungei Road laksa is so famous even Wikipedia has information on it. Sungei Road (literally River Road) is a road in Singapore situated between Serangoon Road and Jalan Besar and runs along the Rochor Canal. The area around Sungei Road was formerly the homes of affluent Europeans and Asians, where…