Visited: 11 Sep 14 (Thursday), 8:30am
This unpretentious stall at the road side shop with zinc rooftop looks relaxing. There are quite a number of customers in the shop when we drove pass one of the week when I were in my hometown. We decided to a visit the stall one of the week. Their specialty and signature disk – laksa impressed me a lot.
Laksa Boon (the owner) told me the laksa is made by fresh local coconut milk unless others which normally use packaged coconut milk. That’s tell the reason why the gravy here is lighter but with more natural fragrant taste of coconut. The dried shrimps they used to make the gravy is from Indonesia. The stall has 15 years of history and based on one the Chinese blog, the laksa recipe is actually inherited from Boon’s father who had run laksa business for 50 years. It is great to know because that mean I have found another food heritage of Batu Pahat.
This is a stall I will come back again.
Address: No.18, Jalan Ampuan, Kampung Sateh, 83000 Batu Pahat, Johor, Malaysia
Business hour: From 8am until sold out. Closed Monday.
Google coordinator – 1.842803,102.931892
GPS – N 1.50.568 E 102.55.914