Sarawak Kolo Mee. Laksa Bedok

Sarawak Kolo Mee. Laksa Bedok Review


Sarawak Kolo Mee. Laksa serves authentic Sarawak laksa and kolo mee. Their Sarawak laksa presentation and colors were on point. The ingredients were fresh, however, the broth needs a little more seasoning as it tasted a little bland. Their kolo mee was springy with a good oil consistency. Char siew and minced meat were flavorful and tender.

Things I like

  • Authentic Ingredients
  • Fresh Ingredients

Could Improve

  • Flavors of the Sarawak laksa broth

Sarawak Kolo Mee. Laksa Food & Price

Sarawak Kolo Mee. Laksa - Sarawak Laksa
Sarawak Laksa
Sarawak Kolo Mee. Laksa - Lime and Belacan
Lime and Shrimp Paste (Belacan)

Sarawak Kolo Mee. Laksa’s Sarawak laksa ($5/$6) comes with all the authentic ingredients such as thick rice vermicelli, prawns, shredded chickens, omelette, coriander, lime and shrimp paste (belacan).

The presentation of their Sarawak laksa looks very appealing and the ingredients used were fresh and authentic. It was properly filtered so the broth was clear and easy to drink. However, we would have preferred it to have richer flavors. Their shrimp paste belacan has a prawn-rich flavor which helps to enhance the taste of the dish but for me, it still lacks the tamarind and herbal punch.

Sarawak Kolo Mee. Laksa - Original Kolo Mee
Original Kolo Mee

Aside from their Sarawak Laksa, we also order the original kolo mee and the red kolo mee which come in two sizes ($4/$5).

The original kolo mee comes with springy noodles mix with fried shallot oil, garlic and soya sauce. It is then top with minced meat, char siew and green onion.

Their noodle was springy and has a good oil consistency to them. Char siew along with the minced meat was flavorful and tender.

Sarawak Kolo Mee. Laksa Service

Service was rather quick as the queue was short. Food was served within 10 minutes of our order.

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