Review Katong Laksa George’s, 307 Changi Rd, Singapore

Review Katong Laksa George's - Singapore 307 Changi Rd

“Hands down the best laksa you’ll ever come across! George Ng is the master behind this awesome, perfectly balanced, creamy coconut spiced broth!” or “The best Katong Laksa in Spore. Laksa gravy is thick n rich. Yummilicious! …” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about Katong Laksa George’s. Let’s read more of this article on Thecityvisitor.com to find out if Katong Laksa George’s is quality.

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  • Phone: 90237360 (+65 90237360)
  • Address: 307 Changi Rd, Singapore
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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 8 AM to 3 PM.

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“I like their broth because it's thick and tasty. Full of seafood prawns, shells, fish cake. You need to go there early because they are very famous with local people they like to take away.”

“Hands down the best laksa you’ll ever come across! George Ng is the master behind this awesome, perfectly balanced, creamy coconut spiced broth!”

“I can totally understand why their rating is so high now, they are Laksa expert in town!”

“I got recommendation from Singaporean for this place and I ask few more people. The best Singapore LAKSA in town , that was exactly words . Staff who are working there are very nice and service is great.”

“Best laksa in my opinion. Better than self proclaimed best laksa at Katong road. Stall holder is a nice guy.”

“Good service, Good vibes, Best Laksa in Singapore. Friendly owners and his sons. No disappointment… MUST TRY!”

“Very friendly owner, very delicious bowl of laska, quick service! What more to ask for! Come try it yourself!”

“Very good laksa. Retain the traditional taste. Open as early as 8am plus”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 212 feedbacks with an overall score of 4.7 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 94% are positive reviews.

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Review Review Katong Laksa George’s, 307 Changi Rd, Singapore

There is a total 212 reviews

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    JW Y

    Good customer service, clean area and the food taste great.

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    Greg Tay

    Among the top ranking laksa in Singapore.

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    Joel Lim

    hole in the wall place that all laksa lovers should try.

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    Jerald Lim

    Solid bowl of laksa that can satisfy the cravings. For the large $6 version, it came with plenty of prawns, but not as many cockles as I would have liked. Also missing some taupok that would soak up all the goodness of the gravy.

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    ronald lim

    Very good laksa. Come here for my laksa fix. Sometimes though the hum is not very fresh. Other than that all else is good.

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    Henry Goh

    Came down to give it a try since it’s close by after seeing a video blogger mentioned this place is better than Katong 325.
    After trying, I won’t say it better but more of it has it’s own plus point.
    The soup is not as thick but a very nice fragrance, generous serving of prawns.
    Can give it a try.

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    P J

    Good noodle

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    Michael Lee

    Love the gravy. Flavorful but not too heavy, drinkable.

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    jstephen9

    Good ole school laksa. Not too rich gravy. Fresh daily. …

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    HG Tan

    You should pay this stall a visit if you enjoy a laksa that’s less lemak then those served at other famous joints. Over here, it’s richer and thicker in chilli sense. The $5 serving has ample prawns, cockles and dishes all well blended. Interestingly, you also have a choice of yellow noodle instead of the usual white thick beehoon.

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    Eugene T

    A hidden gem in the East
    Used to stay around the area for more than 10 years, a must go-to Breakfast place for me at least once a week!
    Soup has a great consistency; savoury with good balance of spice and heat. Coconut taste is strong but not too overpowering.

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    Chris Chong

    Best in Singapore

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    Andrew Boyd

    Best laksa I’ve enjoyed in Singapore

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    John Y.

    Wow! Pretty darn good laksa with fresh cockles. So fresh that even for someone like me who is not a fan of cockles, I actually don’t mind having it.

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    Sze Mei NG

    3.5 stars
    Environment: very far away from CBD. Easily missed this place. Hawker stall setting. A lot of big electric fans blowing you. Easy to get a table outdoor or indoor on Saturday noon.
    Service: Pay drinks separately. Order at the counter, and the old chef ask if adding clam or not. Laksa served fast. Paid when laksa served at the table. The young guy is very nice and friendly. Good service.

    Laksa, small $4.5, medium $5, large $6: good portion for medium. There are ~5 pcs of cockles, 2 small prawns, fish cakes, bean sprouts, and beehoon in the soup. Prawns are too small and over-cooked. Cockles were fresh. Other elements are ok. The soup base is rich. Stir the chili sauce and chopped laksa leaves well if need more fragrance and mild spicy. That flavor suprised me.

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    Louis Lee

    Over rated by social media. Over price.

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    L Tan

    Very friendly owner. Not too spicy bowl of goodness.

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    A

    Came here for the first time with my partner and we were both blown away by the taste and portion of the laksa here

    They have 3 portions: $5/6/7 and I got the smallest one and it was still a decent-sized portion. Cockles were fresh, and there were prawns too (with the poo & tail removed so you could just throw it in your mouth)!

    Drinks stall uncle was friendly too, and the self-service otah was decent as well ️
    Teh o beng was not siap siap at all which was a pleasant surprise

    Only downside about this place if I had to nitpick is probably the parking: 5 vertical lots in front of the store only has coupon parking, while the rest of the parallel parking could be paid for via the Parking app. Thankfully a kind Samaritan came to our aid with not 1 but 2 60cents coupons for parking and said we didn’t have to pay them back – thanks so much Uncle & Auntie!

    Will be back (probably with parking coupons armed) soon!

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    Vincent Li

    Best laksa in the East

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    Gspot Keys

    Excellent laksa!
    Been coming here the past few years & George(the owner) has never failed to impress us with this traditional recipe. Every mouthful was bliss, full of fragrance. The fresh 2 from the cockles, peeled shrimps, crunchy bean sprouts & shredded fish cakes complimented by the thick, creamy, chunky laksa broth…his secret recipe. He serves it to you with a generous dollop of his homemade sambal & sprinkling of daun kesum(Vietnamese mint, herb).
    The new premises is now just up the road from the old place, virtually a stones throw across the road. It’s a one way street, so when you see the SPC petrol station on your right, prepare to slow down after, keep to your right & look for parking. The new premises is a lot cleaner, better ventilated & lots more space for customers. We wish George well in his future business at this new place.

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    Ed Tan

    My favourite go to place for laksa! Great flavour and wonderful experience always.

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    Mark Ong

    Brings you back to your school tuck shop style laksa. So refreshing and smooth , I finished in 3mins. Hidden gem in a area famous for Malay food. A rather small coffee shop just this store and the drink store. This version of laksa is not really rich , it’s good because you do not get too sick eating too much . The curry leaves gives a rather refreshing taste to the light gravy broth.
    One of a different kind out there. A retro taste of the old.

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    Aik Lim Low

    The kopitiam only has this laksa stall in a row of nondescript shops. But don’t let this deceive you as this laksa stall is famous to eastsiders. Not as lemak as the other more famous Katong Laka along Katong Road, but George’s version is priced cheaper than the other two more famous brands. He is generous with the prawns in the laksa bowl.

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    Remy Lefebvre

    Best Laksa in town!

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    jkyeo

    Got to be one of my favourites. Quality laksa soup filled with dried shrimps. Nice and worth a visit.

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    James D'Souza

    Such a great find! Very generous portions and flavoursome laksa. The gentleman was really passionate about cooking the laksa and just a pleasant person in general. Do visit and support him!

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    Hazel Huyo-A Tulod

    Tasty…I will eat there again! …

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    Greg Tay

    Just one of the top tasting laksa with real coconut milk.

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    Joe P

    Loved the very lemak and unami-laden laksa gravy. At 2pm+ they were out of cockles and George the owner was very apologetic. Would go there earlier next visit.

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    keng hock Ong

    The undisputed best laksa I have ever ate. Rich in coconut flavour and aromatic laksa soup.

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    Yawhster Ho

    This is good. Based off the taste, I would rate it as the OG of Katong Laksa. The lemak taste, the springiness of the chor bee hoon and the freshness of the hum is the best…relative to the Janggut Roxy Square laksa, the 328 Katong laksa or even the Sungei Road laksa. As they say, the most underrated and simple is usually da best!

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    Jay Tan

    Best laksa we had for 2 centuries

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    Louis Loo

    There are some convenient parking lots. The gravy is just nice, not too thick.

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    Chee Hei Foo

    I only just learnt about this from a lifelong Katong person. It is the Katong laksa I remember it should be. I have there twice in the past week!

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    Jason Lim

    Highly recommended …

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    Minako Ishibashi

    The laksa was rich and flavourful with spices, but somehow not too overwhelming and I truly enjoyed the entire bowl til the last sip of gravy (I usually get tired of laksa taste halfway through the bowl, no matter where I try). It was just really good.
    If you are like me and laksa is not your favourite dish, I highly recommend you to try this place, because it will change your mind!

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    Long

    Best tasting laksa in the area from a friendly trio

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    Clarence Ng

    Great place to eat laksa

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    Roger S

    One of the best I’ve had. Small, unassuming, open air spot in a commercial / industrial area. Short walk from Eunos MRT.

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    Jessica

    Very flavourful!

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    Dennis2l@gmail.com Dennis23l

    It’s 1 of the old school. The portion was very big and generous. Haven’t visited for years and it was a reward that I revisited the place for laksa

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    Edward Rodrigues

    One of the best bowls of Laksa I have ever tasted. The gravy is thick and rich. They don’t stinge on ingredients and that includes the cockles they use all so very fresh. The portions are large for the prices sold compared to Katong where the bowls are small. You gotta try it. I will always go back again …

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    bryan tan

    Very friendly owner, very delicious bowl of laska, quick service! What more to ask for! Come try it yourself!

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    Minako Ishibashi

    The laksa was rich and flavourful with spices, but somehow not too overwhelming and I truly enjoyed the entire bowl til the last sip of gravy (I usually get tired of laksa taste halfway through the bowl, no matter where I try). It was just really good.
    If you are like me and laksa is not your favourite dish, I highly recommend you to try this place, because it will change your mind!

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    Tim Moss

    It’s a fairly industrial area on a busy street, but you don’t come here for the divine laksa.

    This is probably the best 5 dollars you can spend in Singapore. The balance of creamy coconut, sweet and salty is spot on. The noodles are soft but not mushy and the seafood is perfectly cooked and juicy. Just brilliant, highly recommended.

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    QIHAN LIM

    Awesome food

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    Shan Leong

    Laksa was tasty, thick and creamy. Service was fantastic, very polite and fast. Recommend to come here for Laksa craving. The only downside is the parking. Can only park along the road side, really depend on luck. …

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    Calintz Tan

    A fabulous bowl of laksa that hits all the right spot.

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    Ryan T

    I have tried many laksa and this is the BEST.
    Do yourself a favour and try this at least once in your life.

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    Celine L.

    Luscious, creamy laksa gravy. Great tasting authentic. Sells out very fast too.

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    J Leow

    Hands down favourite laksa in Singapore. Thick gravy which is prepared fresh by uncle George himself daily with fresh ingredients. Best of all I like the fact he bothers to soak and cook the thin bee hoon before serving it so that it’s soft and absorbs all the laksa gravy. …

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    Gh Wu

    Was craving for laksa and happened to be near the area. Read about reviews from other foodies that this place serves a good laksa and decided to give it a try.

    It comes in 5,6,7 dollar portions and the ingredients include cockles, shrimp, fishcake and beansprouts. Your choice of carbs will be either yellow noodle or bee hoon (thick or thin). I went with the 7 dollar bowl with thick bee hoon. First things first, the highlight of this stall is definitely the gravy. Super lemak and the boss surely didn’t skim on the coconut milk. The biggest portion also came with alot of shrimp and every mouthful was rich and flavourful. It did get gelat towards the last 2 mouthfuls, and I had visited the stall on an empty tummy at 11am.

    For anyone craving a nice creamy katong laksa and you are near kembangan mrt, this place is worth a visit

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    Li Guen Phua

    Loved this, ordered a second bowl even though I was somewhat full already. The gravy is rich but not overwhelming, the noodle is not overdone and the prawns are fresh. Went back a second time to takeaway for the whole family.

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    Kim Coghill

    Lovely gravy, not so jilek. Go early.

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    James LimKL (jlim1008)

    Taste would be better when dine in allows. Still one of the better tasting laksa

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    Reem

    ily

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    joshua teo

    Taste of laksa heaven

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    J Vagar

    Quite simply the best laksa. The soup is out of this world, the taste of fresh coconut milk is delicious… a must try if you are serious about trying great laksa

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    Lim Xinyi

    Ordered the $4.50 and $5 bowl. The cheaper bowl comes only with the noodles and fishcake, while the other bowl comes with shrimps. The laksa soup was good with enough coconut milk without it being too overpowering. Portion size is rather decent. The food came very quickly. Not bad overall if you are there for the laksa, but not so much for the atmosphere as it is just the usual coffee shop. Would recommend for a try or if you stay nearby!

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    Laosi Zhou

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    Boon Chong Chia

    love his laksa! flavoursome and the gravy is delicious! George is most skillful and friendly!!

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    Michael Toh

    George’s Laksa is really good and the curry is perfect to go with the cockles which warm my heart

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    Gregory Koh

    Love the laksa here ! It is a must go if you love laksa come in 3 sizes. 4.50, 5.00 and 6.00. Really delicious but do come early for better parking.

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    Ronald Ang

    Walking dist from my place..rich, creamy and spicy…no need travel to Katong to eat good laksa anymore ️️️

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    MichHeng

    Very good and tasty laksa

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    Wei xiong Wang

    Katong Laksa

    Food wise: Thick, creamy, spicy, and fragrant Laksa, the laksa soup itself was already so delicious! One could taste a little hint of almond(could be just me), those taste from almond paste, the extra aroma!

    The thick Bee Hoon, chewy and springy, coats laksa soup so well. The noodles weren’t too long, can fit onto a spoon, pair it with some soup and ingredients, and could taste the best of all worlds!

    There were generous amounts of fish cakes, nice chewy fish cakes just went so well with laksa.

    The $5 has prawns, 3 big juicy prawns, all cut out already and soaked in the goodness of laksa, it was fresh and firm, definitely sweet, either by itself or by the laksa soup.

    Ambience wise: Great coffee shop!

    Service wise: Great! When requested for some chili, just look at the amount of chili given! Generous!

    Price wise: $5, worth it!

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    Charles Gooi

    Gravy can do with more chilli spice.

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    YL W

    The laksa was great! The gravy was rich, the the prawns were good and the spice level and fragrance were on point.

    The only thing I wish was better was the noodles. The noodles were a little too soft, which made it less chewy than I liked. It may have been intended, but I would prefer if it has a little more chewiness to it.

    Good laksa though – satisfied my cravings.

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    R Q

    My favourite laksa for the last 30 years. Best enjoyed with chai tow kway topped with fried ikan bilis.

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    Paul Lim

    Great traditional laksa with a recipe that is over 50 years old. Recipe passed down from his father to George, who has operated this unpretentious stall for over 30 years. Try it …

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    Woon Teng Siew

    Super delicious laksa! Spicy, creamy broth and you can add on the level of spiciness with packets of sambal/chilli that they will hand out. Take note that the restaurant is self-service and that there are no
    Chopsticks needed as the noodles are all cut up!

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    Meng Lek Ng

    Very good

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    brerz

    One of the laksa options in the area

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    KJ Ling

    Best laksa in the East

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    Lawrence Sim

    For all Laksa lovers, don’t miss out this one!

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    Shan Leong

    Laksa was tasty, thick and creamy. Service was fantastic, very polite and fast. Recommend to come here for Laksa craving. The only downside is the parking. Can only park along the road side, really depend on luck.

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    Kevin Ang

    You only come to this kopi tiam for 1 thing- the laksa. Rich and value for money portion considering the ingredients that come with it- prawns, cockles and fish cake. The broth looks like it takes hours and hours to prepare and is really rich and flavourful. Fans of laksa must give this place a try.

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    Prianka Ghosh

    Best laksa in Singapore, no comparison!

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    Frank Ang K T

    Taste wise ok not very favorable full

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    Pinkbookmark 19

    The noodles were slurpy and the broth was flavourful.
    One of the best Katong laksa i’ve had. Shared the location in multiple Whatsapp groups and really hope they would enjoy it as much as i did.
    Friendly and polite hawker. Would return for more.

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    Jasmine Tan

    I don’t eat alot of laksa but this is the one l will eat …

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    Alfred L

    The question posed is always – which is the original Katong Laksa? To me, that is secondary to how the laksa tastes. *This* Katong Laksa, as proudly proclaimed on its signboard, is different from my own definition of Katong laksa, but tasty in its own right. The noodles are not cut up like the 328 ones, and the gravy not as thick. The fish cake is as thin as the noodles! Taste profile is sufficiently rich to me though some will prefer the heaviness of the other ones. Your bowl is served with chopsticks and spoon, whereas the others just give you a spoon. Overall, not bad. Will be back to try the carrot cake next to it which seems to be pretty good.

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    Sean Ho

    Standalone shop with only laksa and drinks. I believe the drinks side sells toast (and eggs maybe?) and other small bites like kuehs too. Slightly old school vibe with not many seating, rough estimate of 20 without covid restrictions.

    Had the $5 option (largest was $6) with $1 extra cockles. Price is slightly high but portion was decent, with a good amount of ingredients and noodles. Ingredients included beansprouts, fishcake (cut bite sized), prawns (pretty small but fresh) and cockles (small too but also fresh). Noodles were towards the al dente side, with some bite and not too soft.

    Gravy is not very heavy and can be more ‘gao’ but maybe because of that, it’s very easy to consume and you’ll want seconds (please watch your cholesterol levels). As flavourful as any laksa gravy can be and nothing bad can be said about the taste. Added chilli is on the sweet side, can be slightly spicier but adds another dimension to the dish.

    Uncle George is very friendly and reviews saying otherwise might have caught him on a bad day.

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    Desmond Kiang

    Price increase to $5/$6/$7, broth is less favourable than it used to be.

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    SUNNY SIM

    Good, nice and spicy laksa.

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    Jeremy Chan

    Our favorite and regular go-to Laksa place.
    Been coming here for years, couple of decades, no kidding.
    They also do catering, well, self-pickup and ideally bring your own pot for gravy. Noodles packed separately.

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    Michael Sidaway

    Without a doubt, this is the best laksa in Singapore, possibly the world. Whatever you do, you must try this laksa. If I could give more than 5 stars, I would. The Laksa Master, George, has been doing this since the 70’s and learnt it from his father who has been doing this since the 50’s. There’s some serious laksa heritage here, and the taste is much more complex (and delicious!) than the other famous laksas around Singapore.

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    James Joseph Neo

    This place is also known as Katong Laksa going back many, many years. I asked the owner George long ago and was told they are related to the namesake. It was my family favourite go to place every Sunday after church.
    Since they shifted out from the corner coffee shop at the junction of Telok Kurau and Changi Road 4 years ago, I did tried looking for them on various occasions until recently a friend of mine told me they are actually diagonally opposite the old site.
    Went there today for lunch and was not disappointed with the quality of the Laksa. Still as good, still as rich, still as tasteful.
    Got to go early because George says that they sometimes sold out before 1pm.

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    Carmen Chan

    Not bad. Personally prefer 328 katong as this place seems to offer a grittier version but plus side is they have a medium size for $5. Friendly service

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    Low Lily

    Laksa is good.

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    st tay

    regular haunt for authentic lemak laksa.

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    MIKE TAN

    5 star laksa . Very original taste like nowhere else. It’s a childhood taste that lost but now found.

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    Dave Evad

    Good laksa made the traditional way. No fuss.

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    Sean Goh

    This stall selling Laksa is just opposite the Aquarium that I frequent often. Just happened I was there in the afternoon and decided to pop by to have a bowl. Their old location is also somewhere nearby.

    Laksa starts from SGD$4.50 onwards. Their Laksa gravy is thicker and lemak that most Laksa you can find outside. I personally feel that is much better than those Laksa you can find at Katong anytime. If you are a Laksa fan, worth trying if you are in the vicinity.

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    Perfecto Alma

    Tastes gd without excessive Coconut Milk.

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    Yeo Eng hwee

    Very nice laksa friendly service n not very crowded 9/10

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    vincent young

    Good food, great service

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    Lim Engtiong

    Good taste

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    Alvin Choo

    The selling point of this laksa is the recipe from the 1950s and boy did it not disappoint.

    While it was not as rich nor spicy as other laksas elsewhere in Singapore, this was a very comforting bowl of warm delight. It’s very well balanced and I can see why the stall managed to sell just one item for decades.

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    Andy Wong

    Always go to George’s shop whenever the craving for Laksa starts acting up. Beats nearly every Laksa shop hands down. Today’s was especially lemak! I should have ordered the large bowl! But probably more than I could chew.
    A true nyonya Laksa with fish cake slices, prawns and of course “harm.”! Indulge without feeling sinful!

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    ZQ Ong

    The real original laksa if you find out about their history! Have been eating this laksa for years. They are the best! The soup is freshly handmade by George every morning so you know you’re getting a new batch everyday.

    Fun fact: they own the “Katong Laksa” trademark because they were the first, and others had to put a number in front of theirs to indirectly use that name

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    Alwyn Ng

    It’s delicious… And I feel its better than Katong 328!

    Very attentive person who takes the orders

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    Alex Chew

    Excellent authentic traditional laksa

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    George Tan

    After coming across numerous positive reviews about this particular business, had to try their food.
    Did a takeaway. Service was friendly.
    One of the best laksa I ever had. The taste reminds me of the good old days when I was a kid. The only reason I rated the food 4 star is because I am mildly allergic to the MSG present in the laksa

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    Francis Lee

    Cheap n Good. $4.50 for a bowl with lots of prawn n cockles. Gravy is thick n delicious.

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    Penny Chia

    Simple yet so flavourful and rich but not too heavy. The gravy was heavenly!

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    Addy K

    Forget Katong, Roxy Square. George’s laksa is my new favourite. Well balanced and super flavourful broth. Portions start at $4.50, $5 and $6.

    They’re closed on alternate Tuesdays! For August 2022, they’re closed on 2,16 and 30 August.

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    Wei Liang Sim

    The rempah (gravy) is on point. Just that the other ingredients such as prawn and cockles did not warm my heart that much. Could be slightly more generous please.

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    David Teo

    Authentic Katong Laksa helmed by George for 30 some years since way back across the road.
    Broth is flavoursome with all the original ingredients so fresh and plentiful.
    As good as it has been for the past 30 years, definitely the favourite comfort food of sg.
    A must not miss if you are around the area.

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    Kathy Lee

    I can totally understand why their rating is so high now, they are Laksa expert in town!

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    Kelvin Wee

    4-4.5 stars. Would recommend! Not a lot of parking options, will need to walk a bit or cross the road.

    Food quality:
    + Tasty and fragrant broth, just right not too thick nor watery. No jelat taste.
    Chilli blended well into broth to add spiciness.
    Noodles were rather soft though.

    Food portion / Price: $4.5 no cockles, $5 normal, $6 larger portion. Contains sliced into bite sized fish cake, small prawns, cockles.

    Crowd: Expect this very cozy coffeeshop to be filled up during meal time

    Service: Order, sit at your table, and food will be delivered to you then you pay

    Payment: Cash only

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    Nicholas Loh

    Very delicious and server was friendly! Prawns are fresh

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    Samuel Loke

    Their broth is pretty hard to beat.

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    Clement See

    top notch laksa

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    B L

    This is the real deal. Forget 328 laksa which is overrated and overpriced for the small portion. Get your fix here. $4.50 / $5 / $6. Friendly uncle too. ◡̈

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    Black Raven

    Edit: I’ve just added a nostalgic photo (2018-01-08) of George’s stall in the demolished building across the road!
    This is the original Katong Laksa by Uncle George, the other businesses are unable to use the same business entity name.
    The taste is coconut rich, complemented with various spices that is not too overwhelming. The hidden gems of prawns and cockles are not to be missed!

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    kong koh

    On my side quest for the successor of my childhood favorite No. 49 Katong Laksa [which closed due to Violet’s unecessary interference in the katong laksa wars] & I found the one that is very close in taste and flavor profile to the No.49 laksa. Will definitely return if I have a craving for authentic katong laksa…

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    Mark Cheng

    Just eat n go

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    Rosa Goh

    Authentic and extremely cosy , nostalgic kampong ambience. I am a loyal customer …

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    iLiL

    Hidden gem …. this bowl of laksa is way much tastier than the famous 3xx Katong laksa….

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    Jun Wei Mg

    Best laksa in SG. Gravy was thick, prawns and cockles is so fresh!

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    MNG

    It is a peranakan (creamy) version rather than the fiery looking local.

    Fishcake slices, medium sized prawn and cockles were of superb quality, fresh and flavorful.

    Topped with generous curry leaves and a dollop of sambal. The latter was mildly spicy.

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    Jim Chen

    Not the most “gao” I had, but I like it the way it is, lemak but not overly thick. Just nice. It was so nice that I finished the soup all the time! Haha Noodles and bee hoon are not overcooked, and cockles are timed just right! Must try!

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    Wei xiong Wang

    Katong Laksa

    Food wise: Thick, creamy, spicy, and fragrant Laksa, the laksa soup itself was already so delicious! One could taste a little hint of almond(could be just me), those taste from almond paste, the extra aroma!

    The thick Bee Hoon, chewy and springy, coats laksa soup so well. The noodles weren’t too long, can fit onto a spoon, pair it with some soup and ingredients, and could taste the best of all worlds!

    There were generous amounts of fish cakes, nice chewy fish cakes just went so well with laksa.

    The $5 has prawns, 3 big juicy prawns, all cut out already and soaked in the goodness of laksa, it was fresh and firm, definitely sweet, either by itself or by the laksa soup.

    Ambience wise: Great coffee shop!

    Service wise: Great! When requested for some chili, just look at the amount of chili given! Generous!

    Price wise: $5, worth it!

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    Ryan Reginald

    Still the same familiar taste after all these years, delicious as always.

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    Ryan .Foo Foo

    George Katong laksa is worth a visit if you are around the area. Laksa gravy is to me just nice with the right flavour and thickness, not too strong yet not bland. If you like a little more kick add more chilli and you will be pleasantly pleased. 4 stars instead of 5 because the portion is quite small for the price $5, and the hum some not fresh. Can’t win Yishun one in my opinion, but not far off(for the laksa soup). Won’t mind coming back again for sure

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    Seng Chia Yu

    One of the best laksas that i have ever eaten. Creamy, rich coconut soup with smooth, chewy bee hoon which makes it easy to eat. Owner is very friendly & welcoming. When he overheard about why the signage board is Eunos MRT BKT & not Katong Laksa (George), he shared why it is so & where his signboard is. Delicious food and experience. Now i have a to-go place whenever i crave for laksa

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    pheesoon yeoh

    The best Katong Laksa in Spore. Laksa gravy is thick n rich. Yummilicious! …

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    K C LIM

    This laksa stall is now relocated at 307, Changi Road was previously from across the road. It was so much better than the one at Katong. It had rich gravy with powerful prawn favour in it. Super yummy …

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    shihyun chia

    possibly the best laksa in sg… but owners are so nice too! my father dropped his wallet there and the owner took the trouble to bring it to my home to return it… we are extremely grateful!

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    Md Harun Ur Rashid Hijol

    Our mosque

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    HK Lo

    Been eating George’s laksa since I was a kid. Rich, flavourful and umami-filled lip smackingly good. A little pricey but generous portions and chock full of ingredients. Uncle George is super warm and welcoming, and never fails to check in whenever I swing by. A real Telok Kurau institution. Coffee is also great!

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    eddy toh

    this is one of my favorite laksa. its been around for many years. yum yum. n after you take the gravy. you wont get ulcer easily.

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    Spartan Esther

    Must have fare once a week.

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    Tomasz Śliwka

    IMHO the best katong laksa in SGP. Your soup will always come with fresh coconut milk! Great stall runned by very nice people.

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    Kwang Heng Lim

    Best original katong laksa. Cheap and good …

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    Karen Goh

    Good Nonya laksa with the right amount of coconut milk.

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    Boris Choo

    One of the best laksa I have eaten in singapore. Stall staff is also very friendly n helpful. Price is reasonable.

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    Meng Fei Wong

    Laksa gravvy is really tasty and good.

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    Jason Low

    Starts at 8 and disappointment ard 2pm. The real authentic Sg laksa for yr laksa fix. Parking is usually a breeze.

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    denis paulo angeles

    The Best Laksa in Town! 2x or 3x a week visiting this place! Uncle George is very humble and very kind (owner)! My all time favorite Laksa! …

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    Lilee Cuff

    The best laksa lemak we have ever had!

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    David Gan

    Good taste as ever

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    Jasper Soh

    Very decent Laksa.

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    Chloe

    Been patronising this stall for almost a decade.

    Laksa maintained its standard. I do not eat spicy so when I order it, I don’t add chilli. It’s still slightly spicy but manageable.

    Laksa soup/sauce is creamy and not oily. There’s still oil but you don’t see a layer of it. Comes with prawns, cockles/him, sliced fishcake.

    Not the traditional katong Laksa that you can eat with a spoon. Overall as a dish it is tasty and satisfying.

    Sold as a bowl in 3 sizes. $5 / 6 / 7

    They are closed on alternate Tuesdays. The stall is opened with a drinks stall runned by another uncle. The drinks isn’t fantastic so I usually do not order the coffee/tea but canned drinks.

    On a hot day, it can be really warm. The shop isn’t air conditioned and fans are not installed everywhere. It is Singapore after all. One of the real local places you can go.

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    serena choi

    Yummy oh my gosh. I didn’t not expected.

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    Desmond Ho

    Wonderful Laksa. Taste really good

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    Victor Goh

    George the original Katong Laksa brother is there preparing authentic Katong Laksa in yummy yummy taste.

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    Desiree Rachel Lee

    My go to place for comfort food of laksa… The coconut gravy is very creamy or as peranakans like to call it “lemak”!! Served with sliced fish cakes with prawns – cooked in the traditional peranakan laksa method.

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    Keng Heng Ang

    With expectations from having had the namesakes products at east coast road I picked today for the pilgrimage. Time 1315. Hoping to avoid lunch crowd. Few tables in and outside the small storefront. Kind senior directed me to choose a table. And took my drink order. Another senior took my laksa order. Asked if I was ok that he had run out of cockles. I accepted laksa sans cockles as I could see he was close to closing time. Stocks looked depleted. Yummy thick laksa soup expectations completely met. About 2 one uncles started wet wiping the floor. Very subtle non rude signal to leave them to close shop.

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    Why Why

    Best laksa in my opinion. Better than self proclaimed best laksa at Katong road. Stall holder is a nice guy.

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    Pan Jianwei

    Moved to 307 Changi Road
    Singapore 419785 (Eunos bak Kut teh across the street, next to auto shop).

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    Michael Tan

    A seriously good bowl of happiness. The Laksa is still prepared by the founder daily and the broth is super Lemak. The portion is reasonable, and the elderly owner is very friendly too. Do support before such heritage food disappears for good in Singapore!

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    Blu

    Visited after looking at the good reviews. Overall taste very average. Cockles not very fresh. Beehoon was soggy. Don’t get what is the hype. Staff was attentive tho. I noticed most of the reviews sounded very exaggerating.

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    L Michael

    A bit over-rated, maybe read too many very positive review and had high expectation. Sunday b4 lunch time visited this stall, ordered the $5 laksa, first thing is to try the gravy, I would said somehow disappointed, as is not as rich as I think but instead abit watery, not sure was it business too good till the gravy 7 early 8 early almost sold out?Indeed is lemak style laksa but fall short of expectation, it is still worth to try but not a must. My call still go to bedok blk 216 laksa stall. Try it out and compared n u will find out why I said so.

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    Javen Leow

    At this small kopitiam, I ordered the $5 variant of their laksa; enjoyed the entire bowl of it
    Compared to other places selling more expensive bowls of laksa, the laksa here (sold in 3 variations, $4.50, $5 and $6 versions) has a higher value-for-money.
    However, owing to its small space, there are limited seats available. As I went after lunch hour, there were a handful of seats available, but I’d imagine that getting a seat during lunch hour would be tough.
    Given its kopitiam-style layout, a separate drinks stall is also located inside here if you want to get a drink.

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    Chiang Yin Wong

    Sublime experience. Unctuous gravy that packs a punch

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    William HL Lau

    Yes. Agree that it is the BEST Laksa in SG!

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    Neo Jin Han

    Good service, Good vibes, Best Laksa in Singapore. Friendly owners and his sons. No disappointment… MUST TRY!

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    Marko Ilic

    I got recommendation from Singaporean for this place and I ask few more people. The best Singapore LAKSA in town , that was exactly words . Staff who are working there are very nice and service is great.

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    g c

    Best laksa in Singapore . we empty our plates.

    update 2 years later: visiting first time after pandemic, love the spicy chilli and fresh prawn . lots of people to eat breakfast. enjoy the noodles

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    Frankie Lum

    Beat laksa in Singapore

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    Hon Meng Mak

    Yummy, start eating since 1991

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    Ivan Hee

    Amazingly delicious.
    Please make a trip down to eat this laksa. It’s run by a genial man who is both humble and disarming. He’s been making laksa for decades. Way better than all that Katong laksa hype.
    And yes, the laksa is amazing.

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    Ken Choo

    Best… Others r rubbish

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    aw pete

    One of the best

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    Liang Yang Koh

    Fans of laksa with rich prawny, spicy taste will love it. Relatively less creamy than other places, but it has its own charm and standard. Good texture on the prawns as well.

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    Stanley Tso

    Absolutely one of the best I have tasted. Very creamy and full of flavour. The owner is very friendly and accommodating. I suggest coming here before lunchtime. Coming here after lunchtime and you risk no more left.

    Try and call ahead as well to order or take away and to check if they have any left. I went at 2pm and no more left on my first trip here.

    This place is not on TripAdvisor I can see, probably already popular as it is to the locals, compared to the other franchise copycats.

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    Jerry Yeow

    Good taste & welcoming boss!

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    Jimmy Yap

    Definitely In the Top 3 in Singapore.

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    Erwin W

    The only laksa I ate since childhood days.

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    Sim Leng Ng

    If you are into laksa gravy, this is the best. I even get to order a mixture of yellow noodle with thin beehoon to go with the laksa. Better than the ones along Katong any time.

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    Patrick Chan

    Authentic & good tasting laksa among few remaining truely local Singapore cuisine that will be lost soon & most likely forgotten, our heritage that wil be lost forever with our original population of 3.5m diluted > 2 thirds to 5.8m within 10years …

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    michael sng

    Best old school Laksa, flovourful lemak gravy no compromise on ingredients, fresh coconut used and overall perfect in taste.

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    michelle yee

    I used to eat at this stall long ago. Today I came at 0755, the uncle still preparing, so I asked how long more to be ready? The uncle said “you can wait, wait, cannot, go buy other things.” OK… Food taste rating maybe 4, but customer service not even a star worth.. How come this uncle became so rude dy? After checked,the shop open at 8am. Not gonna visit again.

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    KC Teo

    This place has been on my to-do list for quite a while now. Was not disappointed. Found the laksa as good as before. Broth was lemak enough, cockles was firm and fresh. The only reason for the 4 stars is that the coffee shop needs a little sprucing up.

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    Mong Suan Yee

    Friendly owner. My number 1 favourite laksa place after trying 328 laksa and the laksa stare at Roxy Square.

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    Renton Ho

    Good lasksa at a good price.

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    Anne Ho

    Consistently excellent over the past 30 years

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    Siewyee BAY

    Luscious laksa gravy that’s hearty but not surfeiting. Well-balanced and not salty. There’s no doubt that Uncle George takes pride in preparing and serving every bowl of laksa, topped with a generous amount of prawns and fish cake. Chili pasta was a surprise, since it was different from any laksa-accompanying chili I’ve seen; two dollops turned the soup bright red. I would prefer if there the thick beehoon was cooked more al dente

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    Mel Loh

    Best laksa in Singapore – way better than all the hype elsewhere. The gravy is unbeatable – there’s no one I’ve brought there who hasn’t slurped it all up. Also the new location is much better (much cooler than the previous one).

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    Kevin Evander

    I like their broth because it’s thick and tasty. Full of seafood prawns, shells, fish cake. You need to go there early because they are very famous with local people they like to take away.

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    Ng Say Guan

    Too expensive

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    Wai Mun Poon

    Nice laksa. Always great

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    Tan Xiangting

    Thick and good laksa, very friendly father & son, but be early, laksa sold out around 12.30

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    Patrick Fong

    Very good laksa. Retain the traditional taste. Open as early as 8am plus

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    Cordell Ng

    friendly store owner!

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    Nicholas Yeo

    Very tasty and good price. We order $5 bowl and it has quite a lot of prawns in there.

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    Aloy N

    Good old sch nostalgic laksa!

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    Benedict Lew

    Be early if u wish to try it. Sold out by 1.30pm. …

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    V L

    A rich broth and full of spices from Uncle George.

    It could priced higher than most outlets but it was way better than the mass over-hyped establishments along East Coast Road.

    Highly recommended and I would encourage the fans of Singapore Laksa to come and support his stall.

    Minus one star is why he charges $5 for a $4.5 order ??? I didn’t want to kick up a fuss during this trying times for operators

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    Judy Poh

    Good experience!

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    lim st

    Very nice. Good to try.

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    Wai Boon Tan

    LAKSA that l I can have everyday.. So good

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    Paul Lim

    Friendly cook/owner George. Great taste.

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    Arthur Toh

    Don’t bother to go to Katong for laksa where parking is a hassle. Just come to Katong Laksa where parking is easy & owner George will whip out a bowl of his laksa. Not only is the laksa good but George is also the best & polite.

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    cloverleaf 33

    You won’t be disappointed

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    Suzanne Ang

    Love the 古早味 and friendliness of the store owner

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    hoon2304

    George, the owner had been selling laksa since the late 1970s in a coffee shop opposite Chai Chee wet market. After, the wet market was demolished in the early 1980s, George moved to the corner coffee shop of Telok Kurau Road (opposite the Jin Shan Lin) sharing stall with a fairly nice fried carrot cake with ikan bilis. After the coffee shop was enbloc, George moved to the present location and more importantly, the tase of his laksa is still delightfully pleasant.

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    Kim Lee (Creating all the time)

    The laksa is good. Need not go along east coast road for authentic laksa

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    Desiree C

    Whole bowl of goodness!

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    Andyy Leigh

    Hands down the best laksa you’ll ever come across! George Ng is the master behind this awesome, perfectly balanced, creamy coconut spiced broth!

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    Lim Yan Hui

    Fragrant and not too oily. Good on the palette.

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    Larry Hoon

    Good as usual

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    Jinghang Ng

    It was alright. Tastes pretty standard, just with an added richness from the coconut milk. The ingredients were fine, nothing special, except the cockles, which were of the meatier variety, which is nice. The thick bee hoon has a texture suitable for senior citizens with dentures, although I prefer bouncier, chewier noodles. Overall, pretty alright. I’d eat it again if I live in the area.
    P.s. the coffee here is bad.

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    Alan Tang

    Finally we made our way to George Katong Laksa this morning.

    Limited parking lots in front of the coffee shop and along Lorong Sarina.

    The coffee shop where George’s Laksa was located looked rather run down and somewhat “disorganized”. It’s location just next to a Spa, made it “complicated”. We were inundated with cigarette smoke by patrons/staff of the Spa smoking outside the 5-foot way.

    We ordered the small portion ($5 each) as it was the first time we were dining there.

    The two bowls of Laksa arrived luke warm (not hot as we had expected). The small portion was adequate for us. The cockles were adequate and came with one medium sized prawn.

    The gravy tasted just okay, not the rich flavor we would like our Laksa to be. We felt that dried shrimps and Belacan were inadequate.

    We left with mixed feelings.
    Of course the taste preference is different for every individual.

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    Esther Li

    Definitely one of the best laksa I have ever had. The depth of flavor, the texture, and the broth were all beyond incredible. Great service too from all the uncles there. Indoor (no aircon) & outdoor (sheltered) seatings available. Highly recommend.
    Tip: come an hour before lunch time to avoid the crowd.
    Parking: Parallel parking available (but limited) on the street.

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    Ram Ranai

    Amazing taste..

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    Martin Chan

    A very genuine bowl of Laksa!

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    Andrew Sim

    Katong Laksa (George’s).
    307 Changi Road.
    2nd shop after Lorong Sarina.
    Opens from 0800H until 1500H, but they tend to sell out at 1300H, on peak days, according to the boss, George I presume.

    Both him, and the younger bloke, are friendly. Very relaxed demeanour, I’d like to add. That alone, they have my pledge of loyalty.

    Typical Katong Laksa. No frills, not pretty, but packs a whopping bowl-ful of lemak coconuty thick witches’ potion. Thinly sliced Fish cakes, really almost non existent. No Taupok. But hey! That’s as original as it can be.

    The Sambal was awesome. Not overly sweet, but in the spiciness department, it packs a punch, unlike the regular folks … sweet, and meh.

    Requested for more Daun Kasom, and they didn’t disappoint. One can never have enough of that herb.

    Mix the potion with the Sambal and Daun Kasom, and like me, you’ll be transported back to the 70s and 80s. Having the first spoonful of potion, I immediately thought of the Laksa sellers along Smith Street (roadside stall, manned by an old auntie in traditional Chinese clothes) or, the stall at the super long ago Toa Payoh Bus Interchange. Yes. That’s how influential the taste is. It made me reminiscent of the past.

    A pity that they ran out of Cockles though. I’d love my Laksa with plenty of them Si Hums. The more Humful it is, the better my tum tum will feel.

    Old school signboard, and even the tiles are old school. These …. me likes.

    9/10

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    B Wong

    I can say is the most suitable Laksa for Hong Kong people Soup yummy, thick but not too much coconut milk. They are only have $5, $6 & $7! I picked $5 with yummy prawns highly recommended …

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    Moky Mok

    The Laksa soup is very,very rich(lemak) & fill with lots of small tiny shrimps…
    Not diluted at like some laksa soup of some hawkers…
    Be prepared queue during lunch hours or even sold out earlier…
    Much better & tastier than those at Katong area…
    Is a hidden gem at 307 Changi Rd
    Friendly & courteous english speaking father & son team running the stall…

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