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Wednesday 25 December 2013

Kak Midah Laksa & Laksam Terengganu (1st Round)

(within Restoran Hidayat)
Jalan Bukit Kechil
Kampung Bukit Kecil
21100 Kuala Terengganu
(Coordinates: E103° 8' 7.6" N5° 18' 56.4")

Laksa and especially 1Laksam is a dish unique to the East Coast. Kelantan and Terengganu’s version are quite similar with shades of differences lying with the ‘ulam’ or side dishes used.

1wheat or rice flours noodles, the gravy is made from fish meat which is boiled, pureed, and mixed with coconut milk

the stall is located within this restaurant
near Sabasun, JPJ

A good friend of ours introduced Kak Midah’s stall to us some time ago, and we’ve been coming here ever since. Anyone seeking to experience authentic Terengganu Laksam must make the effort to give this stall a try, believe us this is an experience not to be missed.

we really missed this!
Kak Midah in blue
they do catering services as well
our default Laksam destination

We ordered three plates of Laksam (Brendan and I refrained from bean sprouts, as usual) and enjoyed every spoonful.

mamma mia
another dish we've missed tremendously
I'm salivating again
let's dig in!

No prizes for guessing what the verdict is, right? Nothing short of marvellous, no less. And the damage? The Laksam costs RM2.50 (yes, you read it right) a plate, and together with an assortment of beverages the total came to only RM13.60, so do we need to say anymore?

Kak Midah Laksa & Laksam Terengganu is an experience not to be missed, especially for the uninitiated.

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