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Finally, I get to taste the famous and original Sarawak Laksa at the very own peaceful town of Kuching. It definitely distinct itself from the Penang’s version which is using Lemak, but nevertheless, remains delicious on its own. The vermicelli used is much springier as it is sourced from China, according to the owner whom himself also hails from the metropolis. As for the soup base, it is very flavourful with tinge of prawns taste, which somehow does call for the shadow of Penang Hokkien Mee, b
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Finally, I get to taste the famous and original Sarawak Laksa at the very own peaceful town of Kuching. It definitely distinct itself from the Penang’s version which is using Lemak, but nevertheless, remains delicious on its own. The vermicelli used is much springier as it is sourced from China, according to the owner whom himself also hails from the metropolis. As for the soup base, it is very flavourful with tinge of prawns taste, which somehow does call for the shadow of Penang Hokkien Mee, but in this case, the soup is less starchy and is light brownish. But nonetheless, the prawns are reasonably fresh.
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But nonetheless, the prawns are juicy and delectably fresh.
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