Located a stone’s throw away from Yishun MRT station, this well-known laksa stall tucked under block 928 is an old-school food stall that has been running for more than 20 years.
Despite not having a stall name, this humble stall is a huge hit amongst residents living nearby and they would always sell out before their closing time.
If you are ever in the vicinity and craving for a good bowl of laksa, this laksa stall at block 928 Yishun is your best bet.
The menu offering is pretty simple and straightforward where you get to pick between the regular (S$2.80) or large (S$3.30) bowl of laksa. If you are not a fan of cockles, you can definitely choose to opt it out.
Each bowl comes with an assortment of ingredients such as fish cakes, crab sticks, beancurd puffs and cockles soaked in a fragrant gravy and topped with a hardboiled egg and beansprouts. You also get to choose between thin or thick vermicelli and yellow noodles for your laksa.
Upon receiving your bowl at the counter, do sprinkle some Vietnamese coriander (laksa leaves) and add their homemade dried shrimp sambal for an extra kick. We highly recommend just adding a spoonful as a little goes a long way.
The ingredients were nothing mind-blowing but it was rather the gravy that brought everything together. Slightly on the lighter side, the gravy sports a mild coconut fragrance which was neither cloying nor intense. You can also taste the subtle sweet flavour from the cockles which made the gravy even more addictive.
Compared to other popular laksa stalls in Singapore, this bowl may not have such strong flavours but it is equally satisfying and definitely one of the better laska in the North.
928 Yishun Laksa
928 Yishun Central 1
#01-155 Singapore 760928
Tel: +65 9731 9586
Mon to Sat: 8.30am – 7pm (or until they sell out)
Closed on Sundays
Nearest Station: Yishun