Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Aunty Christina's Sarawak Laksa, Kedai Makanan Nam Chun, Bangsar

A couple of weekends ago, we went to Bangsar to check out Aunty Christina's Sarawak Laksa. This stall is located in Kedai Makanan Nam Chun in Lucky Garden (near Bangsar Village). We arrived around 10.30am, and it was super busy, both inside and out, but luckily we managed to find a table as a nice uncle allowed us to "tumpang" his table. 

Since the stall is located in a kopitiam, you will need to place your order with the stall operator and will be given a glass with a stick. Although it was busy, we only had to wait about 15 minutes before our order arrived.



The stall is located right behind the Mon Kee Confectionary stall.There is also a kolo mee stall behind the Sarawak laksa stall but we didn't try.


The Sarawak laksa was beautifully presented - they use the thicker type of meehoon (in line with authentic Sarawak laksa) and topped it with beansprouts, omelette and 2 prawns. I liked it as soon as I took my first sip of the broth - my only complaint is that it comes with too little broth (cos I love drinking the broth whenever I go for soupy noodles). But overall a great bowl of Sarawak laksa. Will definitely come back for this again.





The boy shared some noodles with me too, the thing I like about Sarawak laksa is that it's nicely spiced but not spicy in taste so even the kids can enjoy it.  Here he is eating a kaya puff from Mon Kee Confectionary.



Browsing boys toys at BV


Some cendol to cool ourselves down later 

For Sarawak laksa recipe, please refer to this link.


Opening times: 8.00am to 3.00pm (closed alternate Wednesdays)

Price: RM7 per bowl.

Location: Kedai Makanan Nam Chun (Nam Chuan), 2-4 Lorong Ara Kiri 2, Lucky Gardens, Bangsar, 59100 Kuala Lumpur.

Tel: 016-315 3213

GPS Coordinates: 3.127425, 101.669427



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3 comments:

  1. Very popular, lady from Kuching. Never tried but everyone who did said it was as authentic as it could get - like the real thing in Kuching. You did not try her Kuching kolo mee? I hear it is good too.

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  2. I can almost taste the gorgeous spice from here! :D Love these unpretentious little stalls!

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  3. The Laksa looks very authentic. And the spices must be flavorful!

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