This Stall Sells Charcoal Cooked Laksa At Jalan Berseh For Just $4 A Bowl!

Your go-to place for bowls of tasty old-school laksa, Sungei Road Laksa has earned itself quite a reputation. Arguably one of Singapore’s more famous laksa stalls, people come from far away for a taste of their traditional and rich Laksa.


Sungei Road Laksa Serves Charcoal-Cooked Laksa Priced At $4

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Despite its slightly inaccessible location, their famed bowls of laksa attract a hoard of locals and tourists daily. The queue continues to be long throughout their opening hours. Diners can expect to wait about 15 to 20 minutes at least.

Amazing Typical Katong-Style Laksa

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One of the few stalls that still cook the gravy using charcoal, the thick bee hoon noodles are drenched in a fiery and flavourful broth topped with a generous amount of cockles and green laksa leaves. The laksa is served in a typical Katong style with a spoon instead of your usual chopsticks.

Affordably priced at just $4 a bowl, head down to Jalan Berseh to satisfy your laksa cravings today!

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Address: 27 Jalan Berseh, #01-100, Singapore 200027

Opening Hours: Daily, 9:30 am – 4 pm, Closed on Wednesdays & Sundays

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