I remebered having the best laksa of my life in a small shop, somewhere in a shopping centre in Syndey. Such a shame I didn’t make note of this place.
But the Laksa Gods may be smiling upon me again. Yesterday some friends and I decided to have dinner in a suburb rather than the city. There was a new restaurant that opened some months ago near my friend’s house in Bullcreek. They sell Chinese/Malaysian hawker’s food, not too expensive: $9-$14 a dish.
We ordered Rice with Braised Pork, Noodles with Shredded Duck and Laksa. The shredded duck was approved, the braised pork however, could have done with more pork. Although I can’t eat very spicy food, I really wanted to try the laksa. And lucky for me, the spicy level was just right.
As I said the best laksa I had was in Sydney, but this one comes in a close second. It came with rice noodles, an egg, a set of shrimps, fish cakes and some tofu. The broth was creamy with a hint of spiciness, just enough to wet one’s appetite.
I totally forgot to take some pictures, but we were all too hungry to care. Should you ever be around the area of Southlands shopping centre in Bullcreek, definitely check this place out. They have quite a selection of dishes, and judging from what we had, I’d say the taste is surely on point.