Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Singapore 2018 Jan (6)


Sは S$4.50,Mで S$5.50,Lサイズでも S$6.50だから,いつもせっかくなのでLにします。
海老やイカがぎょうさん入っとるんやけど... なんか形象崩壊したんが乗っとって,わて怖いわ。←西日本語による恐怖の表現



Marine Parade Laksa
49 E Coast Rd, Singapore 428768 (Roxy Square)
Open: everyday 9 am - 6:30 pm

328 Katong Laksa(参考:はす向かいに立地。独立した店舗)
51 East Coast Road, Singapore 428770
(東に数ブロック行った 216 East Coast Road にも分店有り)


  1. obaKoba-sann,

    To you, Laksa might be one of the most apptizing items on the planet.
    And it might be one of SIN’s dietary improvements to the rest of the world.

    Katong must yet be the area to move to catch sight of a fine dish of Laksa.

    There you go repeatedly to Marine Parade Laksa.
    No matter when you refer to the restaurant, the identical delicious article will be talked over, I guess.
    But as long as I absolutely do wish to read the story again, I’m able to look at and understand written words about Marine Parade Laksa here in this blog.
    It’s good for me, isn’t it ?

    best denki

    1. Best Denki sensei,

      Honestly speaking, Marin Parade’s laksa is not my most favorite but 馬華 Malay Chinese in Sidney is the best for me. I never been to KL but the laksa at Malay Chinese supposedly Malaysian style, I guess.
      What I am not a big fan of Marin Parade is the short-cut rice noodles. At Malay Chinese I can choose the two types of noodles, rice or egg noodle, and both of them are not cut so I can use chopsticks. The catchy point of Katong style is “no chopsticks needed, spoon only” but it doesn’t ring my bell unfortunately.
      Instead, the soup of Katong laksa is made from lots of coconuts therefore the flavor is my favorite.

      Those differences are just like Japanese Ramen. Each noodle shop has their own, unique and distinctive flavors and policies which customer prefer or not.

      When I stay in Singapore Katong, I have no choice or barely few choices…