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yay no milk in this !! some vege places use evaporated milk in their laksa

i love it! very affordable although id like more toppings, maybe some mushroom?

Their famous laksa really has a generous portion for $3! Lots of tau pok that

soak up the soup, ample bean sprouts and veg fish cake. I would prefer to have some tofu as well in place of some of the tau pok. The soup is really thick and coconutty like a gravy, yet it wasn’t overly salty. It was very spicy 🌶 for my standards, more so that Mummy Yummy’s laksa, and my stomach did feel a little uncomfortable afterwards so it’s not good for people who are sensitive to spice. I would order it again though. #sgcheapandgood #bestpicks

Probably the cheapest vegan Laksa I’ve paid for in the last 5 years at only

$3! Delicious and the sambal was great addition that I would recommend to add for added spice! #veganuary

This laksa is lovely, a really decent helping of beansprouts too! Which I’m always down

for. The sambal also helped make it spicy and even more yummy. 5* from me (especially as this is only $3!!!) #veganin2020

first review after months!! haha
this is really goood. they gave a lot of beancurd

& the soup is quite flavourful as well! my mum says its a little bland but i think its just right for me. will head back again!

The name of the stall is now Kwan Tzi Zhai Vegetarian Cuisine. I thoroughly enjoyed

my meal! The gravy was rich, creamy and flavourful, and I finished it down to the last spoonful. The gravy was laden with generous amounts of tau pok and bean sprouts, and you can help yourself to cilantro and chilli on the side. Great value for $3.

I live in Geylang just to be near this laksa! Yummy noodles, bean sprouts ,

beancurd, mock seafood… I must have this at least once per week! Such great value at $3.50 too! 🍜🥰

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