Restaurants in Jalan Tun H S Lee

    Madras Lane Curry Laksa
    Madras Lane Curry Laksa
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    1. Penjaja Gallery Jalan Tun H.S. Lee
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    2. 2 years ago

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    Madras Lane Curry Laksa
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    2. 4 years ago

    Third stall, the one that's on the chee cheong fun stall's left) Their curry laksa with chicken @ RM10 turned out to be the most expensive of the three. When it arrived, my first impression was that the stall seemed rather stingy with their curry broth...which can be looked upon as a good sign...haha! :D That's because when they give so little, it's a sign that the broth is probably good and that's why they're so stingy with the amount. The bowl was filled with the required ingredients of soft brinjal and long beans, juicy pork skin and beancurd puffs that had absorbed the flavours of the curry, tender chicken and plump, raw cockles. The colour of the broth of this one had a more orange hue and it was also the least oily of the three. This indicated to me immediately that it probably had a bit more santan than the other two. Taking a sip of the broth, it was obvious to me that this was the best tasting one of the three. ^o^ It had the sweetness of the coconut milk that I wanted.

    Madras Lane Curry Laksa
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    2. 7 years ago

    But what really sets the curry laksa here apart from the rest is the piquant curry broth that’s seemingly richer in spices, yet with a well-balanced flavor. I think the addition of those delicious chicken curry gravy to the noodles at the end did the trick. For a spicier experience, don’t be shy with the sambal – it’s a match made in heaven for the noodle.