Laksan ang iyong loob to try this spicy dish!
LAST UPDATED: January 12, 2021 at 6:07 p.m.
With the chilly days ahead, a good, soupy dish is needed to warm up our bellies. While others are getting bowls of savory Japanese ramen, a hearty serving of the Vietnamese pho, or just the classic Filipino sopas, our hearts are craving for something with more spice and kick to it — yes, we’re talking about the laksa noodle soup!
Laksa is a popular Peranakan dish made of rice noodles with shrimp, fish cakes, chicken, served in a spicy curry-based coconut soup. It’s usually served in Singaporean, Malaysian, or Thai restaurants. To make things easier for you, we’ve put together a list of some of the restaurants serving this superb noodle dish to make you comfy during the cold season.
Wee Nam Kee – multiple branches
Wee Nam Kee is one of the most popular and most loved Singaporean restaurant in the Philippines. It’s popular for their Hainanese chicken that comes in steamed or roasted options; another must-try is the Classic Laksa.
Available for: Dine in, pickup, takeout, and delivery via GrabFood, FoodPanda, LalaFood, and PickARoo.
Thomson Road is an Asian bistro that offer Chinese and Singaporean specialties like dim sum, laksa, chili crab, braised pork buns, and milk tea. Their Molito Complex branch have closed down, but fret not for they have gone completely online, with our fave Thomson Road classics available in ready-to-cook packs!
Available for: Delivery. Place an order on their website here.
Tuan Tuan Chinese Brasserie – multiple branches
Tuan Tuan, which means ‘to put together’, best describes the restaurant’s goal of putting together the best of Hong Kong comfort food in a French brasserie setting. Their laksa comes with prawns, sliced cuttle fish, fish tofu, fish rice balls, and Vietnamese egg rolls.
Available for: Dine in, pick-up, or delivery via GrabFood.
Bugis Singapore Street Food – multiple branches
Bugis is a popular shttopping street, food hub and tourist spot in Singapore. Bugis, as its name suggests, serves Singaporen hawker-style street food favorites such as the Hainanese chicken, their signature steamboat Laksa soup, fish tofu and curry balls.
Available for: Dine in, pick-up, takeout, and delivery.
Chomp Chomp Asian Street Food – multiple branches
Chomp Chomp offers Asian fusion street food. If you’re craving for a hot bowl of Singaporean Laksa, shrimp fried rice, and other Singaporean delights at a very affordable price, Chomp Chomp is the place to beat.
Available for: Pickup, takeout, and delivery.
Eat Fresh Hong Kong Famous Street Food – multiple branches
Eat Fresh Famous Hong Kong Street Food is popularly known for their Hong Kong style street food favorites like fish tofu, claypot rice dishes, yakitori, laksa, and pancake balls. This Chinese restaurant is a known spot for a late night food trip.
Available for: Dine in, delivery, and takeout. They are open from 10:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Wantusawa – Poblacion
Wantusawa is a late-night spot hidden along Poblacion’s Felipe Street. They serve fresh oysters and savory dishes like grilled prawn laksa, miso braised short rib, sriracha fried chicken curry bowl. This is their first branch in the Metro.
Available for: Dine in, takeout, and delivery. They are open for dine-in, Tuesdays through Sundays, from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Caution Hot! – multiple branches
Caution Hot is a Chinese restaurant specializing in spicy hot noodles. Diners get to customize their own bowls by choosing from a wide selection of noodles, toppings, broths and burn (or spice level).
Available for: Limited dine in, self pick-up, and delivery via GrabFood and FoodPanda.
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Cover image from Tuan Tuan’s Instagram account