As with all soup noodles, the soup is most important. No point giving _banyak lauk_ if the soup is tasteless. Thankfully, Sarawak D’lights did not disappoint. The laksa soup is thick and flavourful, so much so that I finished both bowls of soup.
The sambal is also delicious, and adds a little more spice to the not-that-pedas laksa soup. Combined, these two components make up 90% of the flavour of the entire dish.
It’s also a pretty nice place to sit in. Clean tables, comfy aircon, good ventilation, no pressure to leave. There’s tealive here too so you could chill pretty comfortably here.
Everything else about today’s meal is… meh. Shredded chicken, shredded egg, add-on balls, red bean soup – all decent, but nothing to shout about.
Taste-wise, there’s surprisingly nothing to complain about – though to be fair, I don’t know what an “authentic” bowl of Sarawak Laksa is supposed to taste like. If I were to nitpick, it’d be the lack of vegetables, and food price is a tad on the high side – but the clean environment and pleasant ambience makes up for it.
Will I return?
All things considered, this was a surprisingly decent lunch. Worth returning to, if I’m itching for some laksa.
1. The Sphere Bangsar South(LG Floor)
2. 163 Retail Park Mont Kiara(LG Floor)
3. Mytown(B1 Floor)
4. Rasa Food Arena KLCC(4th Floor)