Quick and easy low-budget soups and laksas: Meat or Seafood laksa?

Probably the eighth or nineth visit in the last four months and this visit is the consistency check having now sampled variations of the Seafood Laksa ($17.80) and Combination Laksa ($15.80).  Typically charging $4-$7 for extra meat or seafood respectively, its a low budget outlet for those days you won’t feel like cooking and prefer a budget meal options that’s hearty and filling.

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Today’s Seafood and Wonton Laksa ($15) was looking a little pale, however every element brings the sensations of the chillies, onion, lemongrass, galangal, nuts, garlic, shrimp paste and spice mixture together.  As mentioned, its low budget and an  easy meal option that for the most part will satisfy the budget conscious working commuters, visitors, students and travellers that frequent the area.

HOT TIP:  The dishes aren’t skimpy, but if your’e really hungry, the meat laksas get more bang for buck than the seafood ones.

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