Monday, June 20, 2016

Curry laksa @ Restoran Sweetland, Cheras, KL

We recently discovered yet another hidden gem for curry laksa in Cheras, thanks to an article that I saw in Malay Mail Online. Although we have visited Restoran Sweetland a couple of times, we never knew of the existence of a good curry laksa here.

Once you arrive at this kopitiam, head over the to the left hand side of the restaurant to the Pan Mee 板麵 stall. Other than pan mee, she also serves curry laksa.

We placed our order with the friendly aunty, and before long, two glorious bowls of curry laksa were placed before us. Each bowl of curry laksa comes with your choice of noodles (yellow noodle or meehoon), raw cockles (siham), poached chicken, deep fried pig's skin, tofu puff, long beans, beansprouts and mint leaf. Don't worry too much about the raw cockles, just dunk them in the soup and they'll cook quickly. The curry laksa here is served with some extra chilli paste and half a calamansi lime.

Squeeze in the lime for that extra zing

The soup here is less rich than at the other curry laksa place we frequent, but still good - it's lighter, slightly tangy (from the lime) and flavorful. We enjoyed our bowl of curry laksa here and will definitely be back again!

We also tried the kaya toast and soft boiled eggs here, but the toast is nowhere near as good as this other place.

Opening times: 5am to 2pm. Closed on 2nd Saturday of the month.

Price: RM6 per bowl.

Location: Restoran Sweetland, No.65, Jalan 34/154, Taman Delima, 56000 Cheras, KL. (Waze: Restoran SweetLand)

GPS Coordinates: 3.057619, 101.747664

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  1. Yummmm!!! We have one place selling this here, curry laksa and not Kuching or Sarawak laksa. Very nice but they do not have those clams! I love those!!! Yum yummmmm!!!!

  2. Look at those Laksa bowls! They look so flavorful! Yummy!

  3. You ought to try the stall beside hers. The retired Hainanese Western Chef. If you haven't. His hidden menu not display due to serving to those know his specialty from those glorious days he once served to VVIP at Paddock Hilton. Incl Sultan of Johor, Pahang, Perak and more. Tenderloin steak, Stuffed Chicken, lamb stew, lamp chops, chicken chops western Hainanese Style and many more. Also added new stalls is the talk about Char Siew and Siew Yuk. Grilled using charcoal. Best in town.
    Enjoy makan!


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