On my second visit, I ordered the Sarawak laksa!
Now now, before I went for a short vacation in Kuching, people told me that the laksa there is similar to the prawn mee over here. In Kuching, I was brought to a local coffee shop which was full house all the time by a friend of mine and at there, I had the best Sarawak laksa. If you asked me if this laksa at 7th Mile Kitchen is authentic enough, my answer will probably be no.
Presentation wise and taste wise, this laksa is definitely worth recommending to my other friends. But this laksa used a thinner type of mihun and the broth is spicier, which I find it's not really what I expected it to be in the first place. Anyhow, this laksa still tasted delicious with its ingredients!
As for drinks, I ordered 2 types - Matterhorn and White Lady. The former's on your right while the latter is on your right.
I suppose White Lady is a mocktail. It's made of evaporated milk, syrup, and a slice of lemon. The tangy taste of lemon balanced out the sweetness of milk and syrup ;)
As for Matterhorn, it's made of syrup, grass jelly, lychees, crushed ice and slices of lemon. Refreshingly sour! Something like this should be able to keep me awake on a hot afternoon
Value for Money 2