Sunday, April 1, 2012

363 Katong Laksa @ Holland Village

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I have heard of Marine Parade Laksa, 49 Katong Laksa and 328 Katong Laksa. At Holland Village there is an eatery along Lorong Liput that sells 363 Katong Laksa. I tried to look up its history but could not find anything to give me more insight of this eatery. Share with me if you know, thank you in advance.

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Besides selling Laksa, the stall also sells otak. They even have a combo meal which comes with a bowl of laksa, a can drink and a piece of otak. If you are not into laksa, the eating house also sells Nasi Lemak.

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Laksa 4.2/5

The Laksa comes in 3 different sizes. $3.70 for Small, $4.20 for Medium and $5.20 for Large. I ordered the small bowl which came with cockles, fish cakes and prawns. The silky rice noodle can be easily scoop up with the spoon. The gravy was not as rich and coconuty but had a nice balance of spiciness and smoothness that made the bowl of laksa very enjoyable.


363 Katong Laksa
Holland Village
29B Lorong Liput
Nearest MRT: Holland Village (CC Line)

Opening Hours:
Daily: 8am - 10pm

Direction:
1) Alight at Holland Village MRT station. Take Exit B or C. Walk down Lorong Liput road. At the junction of Lorong Liput and Lorong Mambong, turn left onto Lorong Liput. Walk to destination. Journey time about 3 minutes.

5 comments:

  1. Nice shot of my laksa, can i have the source file. Thanks. I guess you will not be able to find more information cause we are very new at this.

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  2. Great to meet up with you again! The noodle/ingredient % to broth seems to be on the low side....

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    1. Yes! what a surprise to meet you again. By the way your question is answer by the owner below. :)

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  3. well, you are quite right but i am kind of battling this quality vs quantity issue. Raw material cost have increase significantly since i started out and my reluctance to use "processed" ingredients for the broth has led to an increase in cost. At this point of time, I could not find any natural substitute that is more affordable thus would seek your understanding. Thank you

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