22 May '18, 8pm
Yun Xiang Sarawak Kolo Mee & Laksa – An Authentic Taste Of Sarawak! https://t.co/KdgJkRCW9k
I first tried Yun Xiang’s Sarawak Laksa ($5). Unlike Singapore’s Katong version, Sarawak Laksa is less rich and is commonly eaten as a breakfast dish! Their laksa definitely looked the part with its rice vermicelli submerged in an aromatic and robustly flavoured broth. All the typical accompaniments were there – prawns, omelette strips, shredded chicken and beansprouts. The laksa broth was light yet flavourful. Despite it not being a rich broth, I could taste the sambal belacan base and the mixture of spices used. However, I felt that the flavours of the broth could have been bolder and slightly spicier. It had just the right level of acidic tang though, so I felt that there was no need for an extra squeeze of lime.