This time, we tried this Zhen Shan Mei Claypot Laksa i’ve found on the ever-famous SG food blog ieatishootipost. This is actually the famous Depot Road Laksa. Really loved the reviews on the food blog, those rated with 4 and above are worth the try. The beautifully pix taken of the food he had reviewed also had intrigued taste buds, at least mine. It doesn’t cover much of restaurants’ food, more from coffeehouses and eateries, the very Singaporean kind. You would be surprised, these food can be more enjoyable than any high-end restaurants. :)
It’s his 2nd try of Laksa! It’s considered very spicy for him and a bit spicy for me, but.. the two young kids sitting beside us looks like they have no problem with the spicy-ness! It’s really up to one’s spicyness tolerance, but i would say, the spicyness of this Laksa is more daring then other normal Laksa u usually find in normal eateries in Singapore.
The soup base has stronger taste and is very thick, especially since it’s cooked in claypot. It was boiling bubbly hot when it was served to us. We always prefered yellow kind of noodles for Laksa and there is considerably amount of ingredients in it for $4/$5 each, including the cockles in it! This Laksa is popular, so please be prepared to queue for it.
We really loved the taste of this Laksa! Would give it a rating 9/10 for it :)
Boy’s actually sweating while eating, but didn’t wanna stop eating, he finished almost every drop of the Laksa gravy. It’s very enjoyable for me to see him so happy with his food. :D
He has fallen in love with SG’s Laksa~
Where is our next Laksa Adventure stop? Look out ;)
Zhen Shan Mei Claypot Laksa
Blk 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1 #01-75
8.30am to 3.30pm