In our final instalment to the Makan Shiok! series, MyQueenstown Team arrived at Tanglin Halt Market for the critically acclaimed Wei Yi Laksa. Opened from 5.30am to 2pm daily (except Mondays), Wei Yi Laksa has been a favourite among residents in Queenstown as well as regulars from nearby offices in One-North and One Commonwealth. Food lovers will have to wait for about 10-15 minutes during lunch for a sumptuous bowl of laksa.
A Bowl of Laksa
The laksa features generous servings of chicken, fried bean curd, prawns and cockles. With a gravy that is less thick than the traditional nyonya laksa, MyQueenstown Team finds the laksa refreshing. Prepared by Mr Ngern, 58, the laksa gravy was based on his mother's recipe. Ingredients used was particularly fresh because Mr Ngern finds it important to present the best quality food to his customers.
However, customers who are expecting good service with good food may have to guard against Mr Ngern's temperament! Good food doesn't come easy!
Wei Yi Laksa at Tanglin Halt
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