Here in Johor, there are plenty of good eats you can expect to find. Such include Wanton Men, Mee Hoon Kueh, Nasi Ambang and many more. However, today, we’re gonna be going through a list of the 8 Best Laksa that all foodies should definitely try out. Whenever you’re ready, feast your eyes.
8 Delicious Laksa Spots In Johor That Will Leave You Wanting More
1. W.W Laksa House
Without a doubt, when it comes to Laksa in Johor, everyone will naturally think of W.W Laksa House. This is for sure because a hearty bowl of Water Works Laksa comes with aromatic curry which has a perfect blend of coconut milk in it. Also, you can freely add your preferred ingredients into the Laksa, so that it consists only of the ingredients you truly love. And like they said, there’s no going back once you tried out W.W Laksa House.
Address: 36-A, Jalan Kolam Air,Taman Water Works, 80100 Johor Bahru, Malaysia.
Operating Hours: 8.30 AM – 5 PM (Opens Daily)
This is a Muslim-friendly eatery.
2. Foon Yew Laksa
Next up on our list of the 8 best Laksa spots in Johor is Foon Yew San Lou Laksa. This laksa spot doesn’t just comes packed with flavours, but it’s also packed with a long-standing history. They were was once a humble stall in Foon Yew’s school tuck shop. Now, they are fully operational from their main stall located in Stulang Walk. If you’re ever there, you’ll also get to witness the entire cooking process for your bowl of Laksa. Also, there are plenty of YTF ingredients that you can opt to add into your Laksa.
Address: Jalan Stulang Laut, 80300 Johor Bahru, Johor
Operating Hours: 10.30 AM – 6 PM (Closes on Mondays)
This is a Muslim-friendly eatery.
3. Yew Swee
Some might regard this as one of the best Laksa spots in Johor because of their unique twist. Instead of just having regular yellow noodles or bihun, Yee Swee Laksa takes things up a notch by providing the Mee Hoon Kueh option too! So, essentially, they are fusing two of Johor’s local favourite dishes together; Laksa and Mee Hoon Kueh. If you love novelty and creativity, the Mee Hoon Kueh Laksa will definitely impress you. Not to mention, their unbeatable laksa gravy that’s packed with aroma.
Address: 64, Jalan Harimau Tarom, Taman Century, Johor Bahru
Operating Hours: 8 AM – 4 PM (Closes on Sundays)
This is a non-Halal eatery.
4. Restoran Ang’s Laksa
Ang’s Laksa is the next spot on our all-things Laksa list because of its reasonable price. This should be one of your go-to Laksa spots in Johor for a quick fix of any Laksa cravings you’re possibly having. It’s a bowl of simple yet aromatic Laksa and coupled with its reasonable price, Ang’s Laksa is undoubtedly one of the best that you can find here in JB. A normal bowl of Laksa will already consists of several fried items gloriously bathed in rich coconut milk laksa gravy.
Address: 27, Jalan Ros Merah 2/13, Johor Jaya, 81100 Johor Bahru, Johor
Operating Hours: 8 AM – 7 PM (Opens Daily)
5. Tampoi Laksa
Residents of Tampoi will be so glad when they hear about this infamous Laksa stall. Not just that, but we can safely guess that every Johorean has most definitely tried out Tampoi Laksa at least once. Tampoi Laksa is basically everyone’s favourite Laksa spot because of its simple yet delectable serving as well as a wide variety of other fares too. Such include the Rojak, Cuttlefish Kangkong and cockles. All in all, Tampoi Laksa is an old-school Laksa spot that must be on your eating list.
Address: 17, Jalan Dato Muthuthambi, Taman Tampoi, 81200 Johor Bahru, Johor
Operating Hours: 5 PM – 11 PM (Closes on Wednesdays)
6. Tan Kee Cathay Laksa
Located a stone’s throw away from CIQ, Tan Kee Cathay Laksa is a constant crowd-pleaser for both locals and tourists. This is due to the couple’s hardworking attribute whereby they have been serving Laksa for over 4 decades. The saying; practice makes perfect undoubtedly rings true for Tan Kee Cathay Laksa then. As their patrons consist of regular customers, some even went to the extent of naming Tan Kee’s Laksa simply as Cathay Laksa. So, if you speak of Cathay Laksa in Johor, you’re essentially referring to Tan Kee Cathay Laksa.
Address: 149, Jalan Lumba Kuda, Bukit Chagar, 80300 Johor Bahru, Johor
Operating Hours: 8 AM – 3 PM (Closes on Mondays)
7. Tampoi Laksa Shangrila
The next spot on our list of the Best Laksa places in Johor is none other than Tampoi Laksa Shangri-la. Previously, we have Cathay Laksa and now we even have another rendition of Laksa, the Shangri-la Laksa. The tagline here says, ‘Join those who are enthralled by Shangri-la Laksa-you must not miss its magic’. Shangri-la Laksa here has a bold santan (coconut milk) taste to it, so it ends up being a bowl of aromatic, old-school Laksa.
Address: 95, Jalan Pendekar 2, Taman Ungku Tun Aminah, 81300 Skudai, Johor
Operating Hours: 11 AM – 10 PM (Closes on Mondays)
8. Lee Kee Laksa
The final Laksa spot that you won’t wanna miss out on is Lee Kee Laksa. This Laksa place has been around since 1946 and according to reviews, its taste has not altered one single bit. Back in the days, Lee Kee Laksa is merely a shoulder-slung mobile stall before finally operating from their very own stall. The fishballs in this bowl of Laksa are made from fresh ikan parang which creates a chewy texture upon the very first bite.
Address: 51, Jalan Keris, Taman Sri Tebrau, 80050 Johor Bahru, Johor
Operating Hours: 8.30 AM – 5.30 PM (Closes on Mondays)
So, those are the 8 Best Laksa spots that you guys have to try out because you won’t wanna miss out on this locals’ favourite fare. If you happen to know of anymore that you think should be on this list, then let us know in the comments. Till next time then!
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