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    Top 10 Best Laska in Singapore according to Google Maps

    Laksa, an iconic dish hailing from the vibrant culinary landscape of Singapore, is a sensory delight that captivates locals and visitors alike. This delectable creation is a harmonious fusion of rich coconut milk, spicy chili paste, and a fragrant blend of herbs and spices. The heart of laksa lies in its soul-warming broth, a luscious concoction that envelops rice noodles, tender chicken or succulent seafood, and a medley of fresh vegetables.

    Widely available in hawker centers, bustling markets, and local eateries, laksa has become a beloved comfort food for Singaporeans. Its ability to satisfy both the craving for heat and the desire for richness makes laksa a quintessential experience for those seeking an authentic taste of Singapore’s culinary heritage.


    Top 10 Best Laska in Singapore

    Amidst the vibrant tapestry of Singapore’s culinary scene, the tantalizing aroma of Laksa permeates hawker centers, enchanting gastronomes with its alluring scent. In this exploration, we delve into the realm of the top 10 Laksa destinations in Singapore, guided by Google reviews and ratings.

    Janggut Laksa @Queensway Shopping Centre

    Address: 1 Queensway, #01-59, Singapore 149053

    Opening Hours: Daily 10:15 am–9 pm

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    Credits: Jonathan Goh via goggle

    Besides this Queensway outlet, Janggut Laksa also has another outlet at Roxy square and Chinatown. Since the 1950s, they serve affordable quality laksa alongside other famous dishes as well. With a small menu, you know they serve all quality food and is definitely one of the local favourites.

    Public Rating: 4.2/5

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    Public Reviews:

    “Laksa is 10/10!! Noodles are soft and chewy, soup is creamy and delicious! Janggut Laksa @ Queensway is the best shop for unpretentious, great local food! We dined on a Saturday at 8pm, it was crowded but we managed to find seats. Service was fast and fuss free. Highly recommend!

    Food: 5/5  |  Service: 4/5  |  Atmosphere: 4/5″

    “Been having this laksa for almost 20 years – never fails to disappoint! Even another famous laksa chain tried to open a stall nearby but was unable to dethrone them from their spot in people’s hearts. I had the large bowl of laksa + a banana leaf otah. Also ordered the chicken cutlet drizzled with their also famous curry to share with my colleagues. So stuffed but happy to be back to eat here. Cannot be missed!

    Parking: Popular place for lunch, limited lots available and old carpark so individual lots are slimmer.”

    328 Katong Laksa

    Address: 51 E Coast Rd, Singapore 428770

    Opening Hours: Daily 9:30 am–9:30 pm

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    Credits: 328 Katong Laksa via goggle

    The founder of 328 Katong Laksa, Ms Nancy Koh, took a period of six months through many rounds of trial and error, to create and perfect the recipe. Of the 45 years of existence of laksa in Singapore, Katong Laksa has been a well-known favourite for the last 22 years, which was highly recommended by Yan Can Cook in 2001. It has even attracted the interests of celebrities around Asia.

    Public Rating: 3.9/5

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    Public Reviews:

    “One of the best laksa around, but price has inflated so much over the years. Quality is still good. Gravy is tasty, chilli is nice (not overly spicy, but spicy nonetheless). Otah still good with some bits of fish inside. Prawns were fresh. Wish they put more bean sprout in the gravy though.”

    “Ordered the large laksa, enough for 2 people.

    Love the flavor of the soup, it’s strong, spicy, and very tasty! The unique part is that they chopped off the noodles into small parts, so you can eat it only with spoon, no need chopsticks.

    Very fast service, and the place wasn’t that crowded (came here at 6 pm on Sunday).”

    928 Yishun Laksa

    Address: 928 Yishun Central 1, #01-155, Singapore 760928

    Opening Hours: Daily except Sunday 730am-6pm

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    Credits: toastys via goggle

    With long queues that always attracts Singaporeans, this queue is definitely worth the kiasu-ness. With customisable chilli and laksa leaves as topping, they serve value priced laksa bowls with fragrant aroma that hits the spot. One thing good about 928 Yishun Laksa is that if you aren’t a fan of cockles, they can substitute it for crabmeat.

    Public Rating: 4.4/5

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    Public Reviews:

    “Been coming since forever, my favorite laksa go-to place. Got to know this place through my mom, who has been eating here since a few decades ago. LOVELY SOUP, can choose your noodles (i love mixed beehoon yumm) & if u dont like cockles they replace it with crabmeat! Chilli is self service so you can customize to your liking, worth the queue every single time”

    “very delicious, fresh cockle tastes great, liked every bite of it. Decent price. Very friendly owner. My favourite meal in our 5days trip in Singapore ( turned out to be the cheapest as well)”

    Sungei Road Laksa

    Address: 27 Jln Berseh, #01-100, Singapore 200027

    Opening Hours: Daily except Wednesday 9:30 am–4 pm

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    Credits: 哩袂了解 via goggle

    This stall serves up special old style laksa cooked with charcoal which gives it the extra flavour and aroma. With plump cockles and a thick and flavourful broth but not too much coconut, it is indeed the perfect balance for a laksa. The founder, Madam Foo, was the driving force behind Sungei Road Laksa’s early success. Madam Foo was known for her culinary skills and secret laksa recipe which is very well liked by the locals and tourists.

    Public Rating: 4.2/5

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    Public Reviews:

    “Very good tiny bowl of laksa. Flavorful without being too coconutty. Not too spicy. Line was long but moved fast and coffee shop had ample seats. Parking was a nightmare so try to park on roadside on fringe of area.”

    “Oh my this was wonderful! We’ve had laksa plenty of times, but there was definitely something unique and special about this one; so it’s worth seeking out. Do be aware there are no chopsticks so bring your own if you like using them (although we did fine with just the spoon). And as we found out when visiting Singapore hawker stands, bring your own supply of napkins. Will absolutely come back here if we get back to Singapore!”

    Katong Laksa (George’s)

    Address: 307 Changi Rd, Singapore 419785

    Opening Hours: Daily 8am-3pm

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    Credits: Valkrye Loke via goggle

    Although on goggle they are stated to be open daily do note that they are closed on Alternative Tuesdays of the month. But if a Public holiday fall on Tuesday they are Open for business. You can check their notice board at the shop to find out more. For Payment use Cash, Paynow or Paylah. They are known for a thicker gravy compared to most other stalls with very fresh ingredients that are worth a try.

    Public Rating: 4.6/5

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    Public Reviews:

    “The food met my wife’s expectation. However I found the gravy is more like curry than laksa, but I am okay with it. The “hum” is quite fresh also. The stall only sells Laksa $5/$6/$7. No other food From Kembangan mrt it is a 25 minutes walk, not 10 minutes as suggested by Google map. Perhaps it is nearer walking from Eunos mrt station.”

    “Super creamy and delicious bowl 🥣 of laksa ! Nice balance of coconut 🥥 and curry 🥘 flavour. Prawn 🦐 and cockle was fresh and tender to the bite.
    One of the better laksa in Singapore.

    Get here before lunch crowd. Available at $5,$6, $7 portion.”

    Ang Mo Kio Loh Mee Laksa

    Address: 453A Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, Singapore 561453

    Opening Hours: Daily except Wednesday 6am-2pm

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    Credits : Ng Wan Keat via goggle

    Award winning Lor Mee and Laksa in Singapore, and what’s special about this laksa is that it comes with an egg not like most laksa sold outside with pairs perfectly with the creamy broth of the laksa. With generous serving from $3 and always long queues, it serves a light laska texture which is not too jelak.

    Public Rating: 4.1/5

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    Public Reviews:

    “Sells Loh Mee and Laksa.
    Located in Chong Boon Market.
    I like the laksa a lot. The soup is very creamy and not too spicy. The herbs give it a very strong aroma. There are “hums” included, with fishcake slices and an egg, and of course “taupok” or beancurd.
    The egg yolk coupled with the soup is heavenly.
    Definitely worth the long queue.
    Given the hawker price, definitely worth your visit here and for you to keep coming back 👍🏾”

    “Have been eating at this store for years, prefer their Laska to Lor Mee even though they are famous for the latter.
    $3.50 Laska has 2 hum and generous Tau Pok servings.
    A very hearty meal if you are in the area and willing to queue.

    Do note that they are generally sold out before 2pm.”

    Famous Sungei Road Trishaw Laksa

    Address: 531A Upper Cross Street #02-66 HONG LIM FOOD CENTRE, 051531

    Opening Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday 10:15 am–3 pm

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    Credits: Whisky Dev via goggle

    With Hong Lim Market & Food Centre’s 40 years of history, the Famous Sungei Road Trishaw Laksa has been awarded Michelin Bib Gourmand Laksa for 3 times already! This bowl of laksa is truly nostalgic for many locals and for the big $9 portion it comes with lobster, crayfish and huge prawns besides the normal laksa ingredients which is definitely worth the price. Their laksa broth is made fresh daily as well as fresh ingredients that comes along with the laksa noodle.

    Public Rating: 4.1/5

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    Public Reviews:

    “Happened to walk by on a weekend and was drawn to this stall because there were so many photos and accolades plastered on the stall front! Very friendly aunty who took the opportunity to introduce her stall and the opening hours while taking my order. Laksa with crayfish for $9 was very generous with ingredients.

    Blood cockles were reasonably fresh. It was the first time having crayfish and chicken in my laksa – chicken was incredibly tender and the roe in the crayfish was oh so creamy. Flavourful soup and not too oily, but I would have preferred a thicker, more lemak version of it. Substantial portion of noodles. Worth a try.”

    “Michelin edition.
    Famous Sungei Road Trishaw Laksa, not to be mistaken for the one at jalan berseh (they are in no way affiliated as verified by the owner).
    It’s 23 years in the making for this stall, their laksa base is freshly boiled daily for 2 hours, before they open for business. It’s a huge spread of ingredients all in one bowl (option of crawfish at a slightly higher price subjected to availability, man in front of me didn’t get to satisfy his craving)
    Over 2 decades of hard work truly pays off, their dashboard is filled with a ton of posters and news articles of them clinching awards and of course the Michelin Star.”

    Toa Payoh 94 Laksa

    Address: 94 Lor 4 Toa Payoh, #01-30, Singapore 310094

    Opening Hours: Daily 6:30 am–2 pm

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    With the regular laksa ingredients, Toa Payoh 94 Laksa also serves it with half a hard boiled egg served up all in generous portion with not too spicy broth perfect for those who prefer mild broths. Opening as early as 630am, a good place to go if you are craving a hearty broth for breakfast with friendly owners and good and prompt service.

    Public Rating: 4.2/5

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    “Sharing what I find it a decently good laksa over last weekend. What captivated me was how plump and bigger than normal cockles with a spicy rich coconut milk based soup, generous dried shrimp, dollop of sambal chilli and toppings prawns, fishcakes, taupok and taugeh.

    Comes in 2 options; $4.80 and $5.80. Of cos I have to go for the bigger bowl to satisfy my craving!”

    “Fantastic laksa with a rich, complex flavor profile, but without the heat—perfect for those who prefer milder spice levels. The stall consistently draws a long queue, a testament to its popularity. Priced at just $5.80 for a generous bowl, it’s great value for money. The coffeeshop itself is bustling, even as early as 10 a.m., making it a vibrant community hub. As a bonus, bird enthusiasts will appreciate the adjacent pavilion where locals display their feathered friends. A must-visit spot for food and bird lovers alike”

    Terry Katong Laksa

    Address: 51 Upper Bukit Timah Rd, #02-194 Market & Food Centre, Singapore 588215

    Opening Hours: Daily except Thursday 930am-5pm

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    With Katong truly living up to its name of Laksa area, there is still more with all different uniqueness and Terry Katong Laksa is owned by Mr Andy Koh and what is unique about his Laksa is that it is a Nonya Laksa version without Evaporated Milk, MSG and Sugar using a recipe that has been handed down for generations. Starting from $4, it serves all the usual laksa ingredients with a nice broth that complements everything.

    Public Rating: 4.1/5

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    Public Reviews:

    “This is a nice bowl of laksa, that is economically priced at $4 & $5.5 portions. I wasn’t particularly hungry, so took the $4 portion with extra fish cakes.

    As advertised by the stall, there no artificial flavours like MSG, sugar or creamer that generally render their texture and flavour to the laksa broth.

    This renders the broth a little low compared on taste. However, you can feel that the flavour is still quite rich and tasty. The noodles were cut into smaller bits, the cockles were fresh and the prawns were small but crunchy. The chilli is also quite nice and spicy.

    Overall, a good bowl if you are in the area.”

    “Best Katong Laksa outside Katong! The laksa broth is thick and creamy when stirred with the sambal; each bowl of the gravy is cooked individually. From $3,50 a bowl, this stall is under rated considering the queue is relatively short when compared to other stalls at Bukit Timah Food Center”

    San Laksa Steamboat Pte Ltd

    Address: 147 Kitchener Rd, Singapore 208524

    Opening Hours: Daily 11 am–2:30 pm, 4:30–11 pm

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    Credits: San Laksa Steamboat Pte Ltd via goggle

    This one is not your typical Laksa bowl but is both two things that Singaporean’s like Laksa and Steamboat who can say no. San Laksa Steamboat Pte Ltd serves authentic Singaporean hot pot restaurant with Laksa broth as the soup base that makes you crave for more with every sip! With the seafood laksa combo, you can customise your own laksa bowl and cook it to your liking.

    Public Rating: 4.5/5

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    Public Reviews:

    “Happened to pass by after visiting City Square Mall. Wanted to go Beerthai House but since just back from Thailand, decided to walk further down the passageway to see if there are other interesting food. Saw the lunch promo was greeted by nice staff and she recommended the seafood laksa combo. While waiting, saw an old picture of this restaurant and ask service staff if this was previously located before Harbourfront. She confirmed and I told her no wonder name was so familiar as I had eaten with a large group many years back at their previous location. Fantastic value for the lunch promo $8.80 nett. Will be back soon and hope to gather my kakis to eat n have a few beers 🍻”

    “I recently discovered the fantastic Buddy Set Meal for 2 at San Laksa and I couldn’t be more impressed! Priced at only $29, it’s an incredible deal that delivers both value and deliciousness.

    The variety of dishes included in the set meal left us completely satisfied. Not only is it budget-friendly, but each item was also bursting with yummy flavors. The laksa-based soup and herbal & chicken soup provided a delightful journey for our taste buds.

    What makes this deal even more special is the generous portion sizes and the quality of the ingredients. It’s a perfect option for a cozy meal with a friend or loved one without breaking the bank.

    If you’re in the mood for a satisfying and affordable dining experience, I highly recommend trying the Buddy Set Meal at this San Laksa. It’s a win-win for your taste buds and your wallet!”


    Google Map’s Best Laska in Singapore 2023

    We have curated from Google Maps the top 50 Laska in Singapore, so that you don’t have to! The list below shows the top 50 Laska Stalls with at least 50 reviews and ratings of more than 4!

    Are you a laksa outlet on Google maps with more than 50 reviews and 4 stars and better but not listed? Reach out to us HERE and we are more than happy to list, feature and collaborate with your brand!


    Frequently asked questions about Laska

    What gives Laksa its distinct spicy flavor?

    Laksa’s spicy kick comes from a combination of ingredients like chili paste, curry spices, and sometimes fresh chili peppers, contributing to its flavorful and aromatic profile.

    What is Laksa, and what makes it a unique dish?

    Laksa is a popular Singaporean dish known for its rich and aromatic soup, typically made with coconut milk, spices, and various ingredients like noodles, seafood, or chicken. Its uniqueness lies in the harmonious blend of creamy coconut flavors and bold spices.

    What makes the laksa broth creamy, and is it suitable for those who are lactose intolerant?

    The creaminess in Laksa comes from coconut milk. While it imparts a rich texture, Laksa is generally lactose-free, making it a suitable choice for those who are lactose intolerant.

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