Other than Sarawak Laksa, this restaurant in Mutiara Damansara also serves Kolo Mee, Belacan Bee Hoon and Mee Jawa Sarawak.
This recipe has a tasty sauce that wets the noodles but doesn’t completely drench it.
Stir-fried leeks is popular during auspicious festivals as the word 'leeks' in Chinese sounds like the mandarin word for 'to calculate'.
Typically served as a tea-time snack at home, this recipe makes a batch that is crispy on the outside, and super moist and tasty on the inside.
Choose from either standard-sized prawns or tiger prawns and mantis prawns for a truly deluxe take on Penang's most famous hawker fare.
Pungent, spicy and seafoody, this dish unashamedly assaults the senses and is best enjoyed with plain rice or Nasi Lemak.
Skin-on prawns add additional flavour to dishes, while skin-off prawns are more refined when serving guests. It’s also an easy and fuss-free option for kids.
Taking only ten minutes to cook, this has got to be the easiest, most delicious dish ever.
So simple to make, anyone who knows how to light the stove can jump right in and give it a try.
Rich and fragrant, the Tom Yam broth was made just right but the star of the dish was the five fresh, tasty seawater prawns that adorned it.
If you're a diehard Sarawak Laksa fan, then head to Aunty Christina's in Sea Park, PJ today.
Made with flat rice noodles, a mixture of sauces, seafood and just a hint of vegetables, Char Kuey Teow is almost an institution in this part of the region.
Whether you're still a happy-go-lucky single or parents with a full brood, Mak's special stir-fry prawns will bring out the child in you.
Specialising in seafood noodles, a customer has plenty to choose from - prawns, Red Snapper, Grouper and fish balls, as well as noodles prepared either dry, soup, or spiced-up.
A Char Kuey Teow seller called James Bond, cooks up a pretty decent plate of this hawker favourite complete with big prawns, juicy cockles and lots of 'wok hei'.
Once called 'Breakfast of the Gods' by the late chef Anthony Bourdain, Sarawak Laksa is also top choice for lunch or dinner.
While any seafood meal can be a little pricey, Restoran Sabah Keratang's Giant Garupa dishes come in generous helpings and are absolutely lip-smacking.
A flourishing roadside stall, both locals and tourists alike swear by the richness of the Mee Udang's broth and the freshness of its prawns.
At Restoran Penang Corner, be prepared to get meatballs instead of prawns in your Curry Mee and fish cake instead of kangkung in your Prawn Mee.
Dishing up the perfect plate of fried rice topped with a runny egg, this hawker from Kedah has operated the same stall in Restoran Hup Soon for over a decade.