Price considering high but tasty...laksa khawin is a much try food in there sitting place less in weekend have to wait around 15 mins or more
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Nasi Lemak was tasty, enough coconut and sambas chilli had a real kick! Still thinking about it. The Chendol was not bad however the gula melaka syrup was too thick and hardened on the ice thus becoming chewy and didn't play into the whole combination...More
I ordered a "yin-yan" laksa that's supposed to be of super-size (one of the most expensive items on the menu). The guy who prepared the meal quickly slapped a bowl of soupy stuff on the counter that seems to have been made for a while,...More
The outlet is small, crowded and dingy, and the food is horrible, absolutely horrible. We cannot understand why there is always a queue and crowd, the laksa is bad, the famous cendol is pathetic and the Nyonya rojak is the strangest rojak we have had...More
Came here for the cendol but it wasn't good. We had the durian cendol but there wasn't much durian taste. Not sure why the cendol had so much water as well. However, I tried the baba laksa and it was memorable! I suggest you come...More
I like their Kahwin Baba Nyonya assam laksa, it tastes really nice. But the jumbo size do not justify the price, as the ingredients are not significantly more than the usual size, only the bowl size is increased to jumbo size. Cendol is average. Avoid...More
Located in Jonker Street, stop by this shop if it isn't overly crowded. For all the hype, it's not that bad, so just go there and try the cendol and laksa. That's all you need to do.