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Gunong Rapat Laksa

For Elin and I, we called it Laksa day! We went all the way to Gunong Rapat for the taste of some sourish and spicy soup with white round noodles...But to our dismay, the road side stall was not opened yet.  I guess it opens at 2pm instead of noon.  This road side laksa stall is just outside the village town hall, very easy to locate. 

Feeling disappointed and leaving us with no choice, we proceeded to the Main Road in Gunong Rapat... our hearts and minds were still on Laksa, Laksa... and we came by here...
Very easy to locate too... shop just facing the market...
Their special table.....
What is this called? Hexagon or what?
 Presentation is out... right?
Not as dainty as those in Penang..
Ordered these too... 
How was the taste?
I still preferred to go to the road side stall.... 
The "kick" there is much stronger than this... 
But not many people like to eat at roadside under the hot sun and shade....
But Reanaclaire does not mind... 
She will just tie up her hair and enjoy the Laksa!

Comments

  1. I like to eat at roadside, mostly those food are very nice!!! =]

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  2. I would prefer our own Sarawak laksa...anytime. ;)

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    1. Sarawak laksa is like our curry mixed with laksa... :)

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  3. Hmm...this is laksa???? Looks totally from our Sarawak laksa. Sometimes roadside food are nice but the minus point is that it is very hot to sit under the shade.

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    1. Yeah, but this one is in the shop.. I prefer the one at the roadside..

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  4. i was in Ipoh last weekend and stayed at Gunung Rapat, throughout the few days, we just makan makan in Gunung Rapat only, wow, only one Gunung Rapat has got so many things to eat already!! what about the whole Ipoh?? haha~~ :D

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    1. hahahaa..for the whole of IPOH, you need to stay here for a month or so... and gained kilos back to KL....

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  5. Aiyo, come penang la, we go hunt for another laksa k? :D

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    1. OK!! Ken, do look for another one now... I miss Penang ones.. they are nicer..not so sourish..

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  6. Their table was indeed special, haha!

    The laksa looks mouth watering!

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    1. But not as tasty as my top three ones... haha...

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  7. What is that with the lettuce and broth in the next to last picture? It looks like chicken? You are right, it IS a hexagon table, what a wonderful idea, and so much better for eating than round!

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    1. No, they are not chicken, they are fish cakes but fried type...

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  8. This is assam laksa right? Assam laksa tastes sour but other types of laksa do not. Sarawak laksa does not taste sour.

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    1. Yes, sarawak ones are like our curry over here...

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  9. Hah, open at 2pm instead of lunch time? Sounds like 'mm yau jou' (not hardup hehe).. But last last you still had your laksa afterall.. Asam laksa rite.. I can have two bowls.. Used to buy a few packets to eat from pasar malam before I got kids... Now no more pasar malam.. huhuhu

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    1. The pasar malam ones here also not so nice... I still prefer other stalls... this one is a bit too sour..

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  11. I love laksa too but I dislike shrimp paste.

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