The laksa is not too spicy for foreigners. My kids age under 10 love it! One of the better laksa I've had in Kuching. It was pretty hard to get seats on weekends. The malay food stall was good but not open on Sunday. I like the mee jawa with satay or mee goreng.There was a stall selling traditional delicacies such as fried carrot/ yam cake.
It's a place for food. Not smiles! Kuching food stalls hardly come with smiles!
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