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Laksa King It’s safe to say that there’s been a recent love affair with Laksa in Melbourne.

Laksa King

6-12 Pin-Oak Crescent Flemington

Valoración global de4 based on 1 review.

  • Acepta Tarjeta
  • Accesos Especiales
  • Precio(s) Promedio: $15
  • Transporte Público 1900M Away
  • Website:
  • Phone: (03) 9372 6383
  • Opening Hours: Mon to Sun 11:30 am - 3:00 pm Mon to Thu 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm Fri to Sat 5:00 pm - 10:30 pm Sun 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Cuisine: Chinese, Malaysian

Etiquetas: affordable, asian, budget, cheap, chinese, dine at the bar, dine in, malaysian, tab

It’s safe to say that there’s been a recent love affair with Laksa in Melbourne. Heading into the depths of a Melbourne winter, its heady mixture of spices, coconut milk based broth, noodles and vegetables makes it the perfect dish to warm the heart along with the belly. Laksa King has been a key protagonist in this revolution, serving Laksa alongside other Malaysian favourites like Nasi Lemak and Hainanese chicken rice from its humble shopping centre arcade locale for 12 years now. Recently making the decision to move around the corner to Pin Oak Crescent, this Flemington stalwart has received a new lease on life with the help of Hue Studio and local studio MNE architects.

Now made up of large timber communal tables, pendants which hang languidly from the ceiling, along with some nice industrial touches like exposed brick and steel, it’s a kind of bustling south east Asian restaurant that acts as both favourite local and Melbourne institution. Featuring prominently on the menu is of course Laksa. Serving various incarnations, from the coconut milk based Curry Laksa (which also has a fish head and seafood option) to the distinctly fishy and tamarind based broth of Assam Laksa, it’s an eatery that is well adept at reinterpreting hawker classics. Sticky Pork Belly that combines beautifully tender slithers of belly and a star anise tinged sticky sauce, Char Kway Teow a flat rice fried noodle dish that represents all that is great about Asian street food and Sambal Kang Kong, a tangy chilli paste stir fried with water spinach are all standouts from a large and diverse menu.

Laksa King also represents great value with its rice and noodle dishes rarely exceeding $15.

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