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About Us

Laksania in local context means "Simply Laksa". So we serve everything Laksa, ranging from traditional Singapore, Penang, Kelantan, Sarawak laksas to innovative Laksa fusion items like Laksa Lasagna, Laksa Goreng, Laksa Burgers and Laksa Hotpots! We aim to translate the heartiness of Laksa into a series of great comfort foods to engage the most discerning palates.

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The Penang Laksa and the Kelantan Laksa made my taste buds sing in harmony. Try it.
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KIDS MENU
(served with fries/rice)
  • Chicken Cutlet
    $8.50
  • Breaded Fish Fillet
    $9.50

SNACKS
  • Chicken Wings (4 pcs)
    $3.80
  • Chicken Nuggets (5 pcs)
    $3.80
  • Chicken Satay (3 pcs)
    $3.80
  • Fries with Laksa Dip
    $3.80
  • Veg. Taupok Balls (6pc)
    $3.80
  • Garden Salad
    $3.80
Laksa Dressing or Vinaigrette Dressing
  • Lasagna
    $8.50
    Layers of pasta, chicken and taupok smothered in a special Laksa sauce, topped with cheese and grilled!
  • Chicken Spaghetti
    $8.50
    An Italian twist to our traditional Singapore Laksa, served with a generous cut of grilled chicken thigh.
  • Seafood Spaghetti
    $8.50
    Almost like a fried Singapore Laksa, the spaghetti is served with prawns, sliced fishcakes and cockles
  • Chicken Baked Rice
    $8.50
  • Beef Baked Rice
    $8.50
  • Beef Burger with Fries
    $8.50
    Homemade beef patty served on a bed of greens, in a burger bun. Topped with our special Laksa sauce!
  • Chicken Burger with Fries
    $8.50
    Grilled chicken cutlet served on a bed of greens, in a burger bun. Topped with our special Laksa sauce!
  • Fish Burger with Fries
    $8.50
    Grilled fish fillet served on a bed of greens, in a burger bun.Topped with our special Laksa sauce!
  • Laksa Fried Rice
    $10.50
    Fried rice using our special Laksa paste, a combination of Singapore's two popular dishes, served with 2 chicken wings.
  • Laksa Beef Rice
    $10.50
    Rice with layers of vegetables, slices of beef and Laksa gravy served sizzling in a hot stone bowl.
  • Laksa Chicken Rice
    $10.50
    Rice with layers of vegetables, chicken and Laksa gravy served sizzling in a hot stone bowl.
  • Laksa Fish Rice
    $10.50
    Rice with layers of vegetables, fish and Laksa gravy served sizzling in a hot stone bowl.
  • Vegetarian Fried Rice
    $10.50
SIGNATURE LAKSAS
  • Singapore Laksa
    $6.50
    Our version of the local favourite, rich broth with the full flavours of dried shrimp, shallots, local spices cooked with coconut milk. Served with thick rice noodles
  • Vegetarian Laksa
    $6.50
    Finally a Laksa that our vegetarian friends can enjoy! Garnished with cabbage, enoki mushrooms, taupok, carrots and longbeans, served with thick rice noodles
  • Laksa Goreng
    $7.50
  • Vegetarian Laksa Goreng
    $7.50
SPECIALTY LAKSAS
  • Penang Laksa
    $7.50
    A flavourful clear fish and assam-based broth gives this Penang traditional fare its distinctive fragrance. This laksa appeals to the health-conscious as there is no coconut milk. Served with thick rice noodles and garnished with lettuce, pineapple, mint and ginger flower, with chili to taste.
  • Sarawak Laksa
    $7.50
    Sarawak laksa has a spicy and flavourful prawn and chicken broth served with fine rice vermicelli. Highly recommended to squeeze lots of lime over the dish and garnish with coriander leaves....lots.
  • Kelantan Laksa
    $7.50
    Kelantan laksa uses fish and yellow ginger to give its distinctive colour and flavour. Generous amounts of fish meat are put into the soup. Many hours are painstaking spent to debone the fishes by hand to create this dish. Kelantan Laksa is served with thick rice noodles, fresh cucumber strips and a special sambal chilli.
  • Beef Hotpot with rice
    $12.50
    Piping-hot Hotpot Laksa, with vegetables and beef slices. Comes with rice.
  • Chicken Hotpot with rice
    $12.50
    Piping-hot Hotpot Laksa, with vegetables and chicken slices. Comes with rice.
  • Seafood Hotpot with rice
    $12.50
    Piping-hot Hotpot Laksa, with vegetables, prawns and fishballs. Comes with rice.
  • Vegetarian Hotpot with rice
    $12.50
    Piping-hot Hotpot Laksa, with assorted vegetables. Comes with rice.
UPSIZE YOUR HOTPOT:
  • Add Beef / Chicken / Fish )
    $5.00
  • Add Prawn & Fish Balls
    $5.00
  • Add Egg
    $0.50
  • Add Cockles
    $1.00
  • Add Rice / Noodles
    $1.00
  • Add Vegetables
    $2.00
  • Add Taupok
    $0.50
  • Add Mock Chicken
    $2.00
  • Add Mushroom Balls
    $2.00
NESPRESSO COFFEE (HOT)
  • Long Black
    $3.80
  • Flat White
    $3.80
  • Espresso
    $3.80
  • Cappuccino
    $4.00
  • Latte
    $4.20
  • Mocha
    $4.50
NESPRESSO COFFEE (COLD)
  • Iced Coffee
    $4.00
  • Iced Coffee Latte
    $4.50
  • Iced Mocha
    $4.80
HOT BEVERAGES
  • Lemongrass Tea
    $2.50
  • Citron Peel Yuzu Tea
    $3.00
  • Hot Chocolate
    $4.00
COLD BEVERAGES
  • Iced Lemongrass Tea
    $2.80
  • Iced Citron Peel Yuzu Tea
    $3.30
  • Iced Chocolate
    $4.50
  • Passionfruit Tea
    $4.50
  • Strawberry Tea
    $4.50
  • Dragonfruit Tea
    $4.50
ENGLISH TEA (Hot)
  • English Breakfast
    $3.80
  • Darjeeling
    $3.80
  • Earl Grey
    $3.80
  • Camomile
    $3.80
FRUITY SODAS
  • Mojito Lime
    $4.50
  • Sour Plum Kasturi
    $4.50
  • Passionfruit
    $4.50
  • Strawberry
    $4.50
  • Dragonfruit
    $4.50
YOGURT SMOOTHIES
  • Pineapple
    $4.80
  • Passionfruit
    $4.80
  • Strawberry
    $4.80
  • Dragonfruit
    $4.80
SOFT DRINKS
  • Coke
    $2.50
  • Coke Zero
    $2.50
  • Sprite
    $2.50
  • Soda Water
    $3.00
  • Mineral Water
    $1.20
  • Almond Jelly
    $1.00
  • Red Bean Soup
    $1.00
  • Chin Chow Dessert
    $1.00

About Laksas

PENANG LAKSA / ASSAM LAKSA
(Non-coconut)

A light flavourful clear fish and assam-based broth gives this Penang traditional fare its distinctive fragrance. This laksa appeals to the health-conscious as there is no coconut milk in the broth.

Complemented with thick rice noodles, the laksa is garnished with prawn paste, lettuce, cucumber, pineapple, mint and ginger flower with chili to taste.

KELANTAN LAKSA Kids-Friendly
(Not so spicy)

From the eastern coastal city of Kota Bharu in Peninsular Malaysia, Kelantan laksa uses mackerel and yellow ginger to give its distinctive colour and flavour.

Kelantan laksa is served with thick rice noodles and generous amounts of fish meat. Sliced cucumbers, laksa leaves and homemade fresh chili paste are served on the side.

SARAWAK LAKSA
(Less spicy, Less coconut)

Originating from the Malaysian state of Sarawak on Borneo Island, Sarawak laksa is spicy and flavourful, with prawn and chicken broth served with fine rice vermicelli.

More than 6 hours is needed to boil the soup base to bring out the full sweetness of the chicken and prawns.

shredded chicken, sliced prawns, fresh coriander, beansprouts, lime and homemade belachan chili are served on the side.

VEGETARIAN LAKSA
(Suitable for vegans)

Try this version of Laksa without the dried shrimps! Garnished with assorted vegetables, taupok, egg (optional). Served with thick rice noodles. (No onion/garlic/meat)

LAKSA GORENG

A very popular fried dry version of the Singapore Laksa, it also comes with prawns, fish cake, cockles, taupok, egg and laksa leaves as garnishing. Served with thick rice noodles and our homemade sambal belacan.

LAKSA LASAGNA

A delicious twist on the all-time favourite Lasagna, the Laksa Lasagna is made of layers of taupok, pasta sheets, shredded chicken and cheese, covered in a creamy Laksa sauce!

SINGAPORE LAKSA

Undoubtedly the laksa that Singaporeans are most familiar with, our version of this delicious dish derives its delicious flavour from dried shrimps.

It is served with thick rice noodles in a thick coconut Laksa broth, taupok, prawns, fishcake, cockles, egg and laksa leaves are served as garnishing.

Our Singapore Laksa packs a punch with its awesome flavour and spiciness. Guaranteed to satisfy your laksa cravings!

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The Penang Laksa and the Kelantan Laksa made my taste buds sing in harmony. Try it.
Tried their Singapore Laksa Goreng. Very nice, not oily, not salty, taste just nice.
Finally! Sarawak laksa done right! Will definitely come back for more laksas next time!
very authentic and tasty traditional laksas even as new variations are available eg pasta or fried noodle laksa.
Laksania is a laksa specialty cafe that serves a veriety of traditional laksa. Also try their special dishes such as laksa lasagna and laksa hot-pot. Irresistible n delicious :)
Laksania famous with have many types of laksa such like, Penang Laksa,Singapore laksa,if u like to eat spicy , next time dont forget come and try Laksania!
As a laksa lover, I am spoilt for choice.
Had this penang laksa as dinner yesterday. Love it!
Came across this restaurant at nex! Ordered their laksa lasagna it taste sooooo yummy and unique! :) definitely will come back for more!
Serve various type of laksa. so delicious! must try!
This is the place for Laska Lover !!! with a few version of laksa, Singapore, Sarawak Penang and many more. My favorite version is the Singapore Laksa as the gravy were thick and rich (full of coconut milk).
Lasania is heaven for laksa lover. It brings a wide variety of Laksa from the region. There have Singapore, Kelantan, Penang, Sarawak and Johor laksa. I had the Johor laksa which came with yellow noodle and thin bee hoon. The laksa soup is quite similar to our Singapore version. However the laksa ingredients it used egg plants, long beans and fish ball which is different from the Singapore version.
Having been to Laksania once, we have been convinced that it is definitely worth another visit. With the interesting variations of Laksa concoctions available, you will never get bored of the choices. This time we tried the Laksa Chicken Spaghetti and Chicken Nuggets. We also had the Long Black (coffee) with warm milk on the side. The Laksa Chicken Spaghetti was absolutely Mmmmm!! It was basic spaghetti with diced pieces of chicken and smothered with a thicker version of the laksa gravy and garnished with lots of tiny curry leaves. It was really good to the last drop! The Chicken Nuggets - with the laksa flavour - were good, but after trying the spaghetti, there was nothing else better. Visiting Laksania is like a family affair. You will realise that almost 80% of the diners have been there before and everyone is well-versed with the routine of ordering - ticking your order items off on the menu and then proceeding to the counter to place your order. The staff are polite and ensure that all orders are properly delivered to the diner\'s table. The seating arrangement is a little messy; perhaps that could be improved upon.However, that\'s a really minor issue, given the fabulous dishes I will definitely go back to try as many variations as possible. Truly every Laksa Lovers haven.Spending: Approximately SGD 13.50(Dinner)
We first entered this oulet with a little apprehension. We have always been used to old-fashioned laksa, with its gravy, but, this outlet had Laksa of a totally different kind. The staff were very friendly and explained the various items on the menu. The traditional laksa was really good - full of flavour and a generous amount of ingredients, but it was the Laksa Goreng that stole the day! It had the full flavour and taste of laksa, minus the gravy. It was just like Mee Goreng fried with the white laksa noodle and flavoured like laksa. In addition, the laksa-flavoured satay was incredible - something very different! You have to try to understand!! The drinks proved to be very appetising and went really well with the food. Will definitely be back for more!Spending: Approximately SGD 14.5(Lunch)
Was attracted by the Laksa Steamboat and decided to try it. It was dinner time but there are still quite a number of tables empty. Ordering process is over the counter payment when ordering. No service charge thou. Some of the items in the menu are very interesting like laksa fish burger, laksa pasta. Tried their sarawak laksa, penang laksa, laksa steamboat and nuggets. Their ingredients are nothing to shout about for the sarawak laksa and penang laksa - tuna flakes and the other is another type of fish flakes which we cannot identify. Soup was normal thou a bit diluted. The steamboat on the other hand was flavourful and portion was quite big for 1 person. It is those type of mini steamboat type serving with a plate of chicken meat (choice of seafood, chicken and pork) and a plate of assorted vegetables plus 1 hard boiled egg. The soup is thick although a bit salty but mixed with rice was just nice. The chicken meat was quite tender as well. Overall, if I happen to pass by and need a place that is not crowd during peak period, would consider eating the laksa steamboat again but with different kind of meat. The price is also quite pricey for the quality. Spending: Approximately SGD 15(Dinner)
A very good concept that gathered many different type of laksa and so did it gather all laksa lovers. I’m one of them. Despite the cost, i decided to try their laksa goreng- something different from the conventional laksa we see elsewhere(it cost $6.50 or $7.50, i don’t quite remember). It’s a good try. very refreshing but not spicy enough. Will be back to try other food items!Spending: Approximately SGD 7.50
I went to try out laksania with my girlfriend. my girlfriend really like laksa, so she was pleased to find a place which makes use of laksa gravy as their sauce. I ordered the stonebowl laksa chicken rice. it tasted really good, the laksa gravy was very thick and delicious. the chicken was very tender and juicy and there were plenty of ingredients. The stonebowl helped to keep the rice warm for a longer time. We were very satisfied with the meal.
I decided to try out this stall at nex. It sold something I never tried before, laksa with baked lasagna. it was so good, I did not know they laksa would actually go well with lasagna and cheese. They were very generous with the cheese toppings. It was so cheesy and yummy. One more important thing about this place, they do not charge service charge, which is so good, like having a 10% discount!
At first glance, I\'d bet most people would not choose to dine here. At $6 a bowl of laksa, at a shop that sells various types of laksa, this seems a tad overpriced. FOR LAKSA! Afterall, all the famous shops at katong still price their laksa at around $3 a bowl. However, what\'s great here are the large fresh prawns that you get in your singaporean style laksa, as well as a chance to try out decent renditions of other types of laksa such as penang laksa for one. They do also try to be creative by incorporating elements of this local dish into fusion style dishes such as fries with laksa dip. Have got to say though, that the aforementioned fusion dish in particular failed to impress. Nonetheless, they serve up a good (huge) bowl of laksa, and the dining atmosphere is definitely nicer than a hawker centre/food court so this is a good option when one has cravings that need to be satisfied quickly. Spending: Approximately SGD 6
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