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While walking along the Gaya Street Market, you will bump into this coffee shop.It is too noticeable that you might find yourself hard to get a place, although the turn-around time is quite fast.They served a variety of foods, and one of the which is being mostly discussed is the laksa. The other available foods which I did not try, but you can see it at the menu board (ngau chap, claypot chicken rice, and vegetables)I ordered one laksa to try and also iceberg lettuce with oyster sauce as I did
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While walking along the Gaya Street Market, you will bump into this coffee shop.

It is too noticeable that you might find yourself hard to get a place, although the turn-around time is quite fast.

They served a variety of foods, and one of the which is being mostly discussed is the laksa. The other available foods which I did not try, but you can see it at the menu board (ngau chap, claypot chicken rice, and vegetables)

I ordered one laksa to try and also iceberg lettuce with oyster sauce as I did not have enough vegetables. The laksa is quite similar to Sarawak laksa, in which I find that Sarawak laksa is tastier (my own preferences). This laksa for me, is quite blanc and even with a spoonful chilli paste added into the soup, the aroma or the taste for laksa was not being picked up. For those whom have not tried this laksa before, you might want to try for a first time, but after that you might not want to revisit the place for the same laksa as it really do not carry a 'wow' factor.

(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Date of Visit
2014-04-20
Waiting Time
20 Minutes (Dine In)
Spending Per Head
RM8
Recommended Dishes
  • laksa