Laksa House

Wednesday, February 13, 2019 Sharon Halim 0 Comments

Laksa House is a Malaysian small eatery replacing the popular Coconut House which previously has known as one of the best laksa in Melbourne CBD. They barely changed the interior or furniture and they use the same ordering system as well. The staff greets you and show you to your table then they gives you a menu at the table and then we have to pay and order on the counter. They'll bring the food to your table once it's ready.

I'm a big fan of Malaysian food and I'm very familiar with it since I grew up in South East Asia. One of my  Malaysian favourite food is Hainanese Roast Chicken with ginger and braised Egg ($10) and we added BBQ Pork ($8.6) to share. The rice was pretty taste and cooked well, love the ginger, not too over powering but the flavour is definitely there. The BBQ pork was a bit too sweet for my taste.

Hometown Fried Chicken Chop Mee Pok ($9.3) an Fried Chicken Chop, Prawn and  BBQ Pork Mee Pok ($10.3). This was one of my favourite dish at Coconut House and the noodle pretty much in the same texture but a bit on the sweeter side in taste which I'm a bit conflicted. The chicken was crunchy and very well seasons, love them.

Laksa House Special - steamed chicken thigh meat, shrimp, eggplant, Malaysian fried beancurd, sprouts, tofu puff, egg ($10.8). The soup it self was pretty light but still had a lot of flavours and the chicken was tender.

The staff were quite nice for an Asian restaurant but prepare to rush since they have limited space and they are really bust. Another let down they only do cash so you better prepare or there is CommonWealth ATM near by as well as 7/11.

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Laksa House
449 Elizabeth St
Melbourne, VIC 3000