Love Laksa?

Old Jan 17th 2016, 2:20 am
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Love Laksa?

Here’s a review for Laksalicious - a great new place for laksa on Hutton Lane in George Town, that I first saw recommended by Datin Karen H’ng, co-founder of Macalister Mansion boutique hotel.

Wow, I’m excited. Laksalicious serves some of the best laksa I’ve ever had Penang. I think I’m about to become a regular.

Laksalicious is both clean and air-conditioned, with about 50 covers, and has already won a Best Café 2015/2016 Award from In Penang.

We went on Saturday at lunchtime when it’s easier to park and had Nyonya Laksa Lamak with thin noodles. A large bowl of laksa, very nicely presented and yummy! I liked that Laksalicious serve both Assam Laksa and Laksa Lemak and you can choose to have either thick noodles (malay laksa noodle) or thin noodles (Lai Fun – smooth noodles).

I also recommend the Treasure Roll made with yam, sweet potato and rice cake. There’s some great deserts too - including Bubur Cha Cha and Bee Ko Moy.

The icing on the cake is that Laksalicious also have kuih available at the weekends. That’ll be a Yes Please!

Laksalicious is run by the very friendly and pretty Christine Ooi.

My recommendation? Go. Just go!

Laksalicious
123 Hutton Lane (near the junction with Jalan Transfer)
10050 George Town
Tel: 04 2299178
www.facebook.com/laksaliciouspenang
Open 11.30am to 7.30pm

PS. Another favourite of mine is Thirty Two Mansion / Beach Blanket Babylon - near the E&O hotel. Great for crab laksa.

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Did the Nyonya Laksa have cockles in it??
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Did the Nyonya Laksa have cockles in it??
No cockles. And to be frank I prefer it without. Having had awful food poisoning from hum in Char Kway Teow here, I don’t trust the cockles in Penang. Never again.

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Can't be laksa without cockles.
Ditto Char Kway Teow.

Last year in France I had 4 awful days of 'food poisoning' after eating some bulot.
But I like them so much that the first meal after I'd recovered was a plate of bulot.
Lush.
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I've not been to Viva foodcourt for a long time but always rated the Penang Laksa (Assam Laksa) there.


I also like the Laotian Laksa at No Eyed Deer though, again, not been there in a long while.
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