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King's Laksa Steamboat 皇叻沙火锅

King's Laksa Steamboat

King's Laksa Steamboat






64%   (44 votes)
28 / 44

Type: Restaurant

Take it from us – the laksa base is really lemak (rich) and spicy, the way we like it. King’s Laksa Steamboat lives up to its name, serving a wide array of steamboat ingredients in its buffet and cooked side offerings such as prawn paste chicken wings, fried beancurd, and mango pudding for dessert.MUST TRIES: Choose two soup bases for your steamboat: the signature laksa broth is the most popular, followed by herbal soup, Sichuan mala chilli, and a hearty chicken and seafood soup round up the choices. The ingredients are decently fresh for the price charged, expect the usual fish balls, enoki mushrooms, luncheon meat, sliced pork, sliced beef, vermicelli and more.Don’t expect any frills from this simple shophouse space, not that you need them. The broth is that good.Free flow soft drinks, hot tea and ice cream!Please refer to pricing info.

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Daily: 11:30 - 23:00

17 Teck Chye Terrace

Asian, Chinese, Local, Sichuan, Steamboat

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