Legendary laksa still as tasty

Jalan Raja Bot's Indian Girl kari laksa gets it kick from awesome sambal belacan.

CONTINUING my trip down memory lane at Jalan Raja Bot in Kuala Lumpur, I would like to give mention to the legendary Indian Girl kari laksa, which has been in the neighbourhood for more than four decades.

Today, this legacy continues with the Tan brothers, Wah Chai and Ah Norr, who manage Kedai Kopi No 9 at the Raja Bot hawker centre.

This is a new place built by the Kuala Lumpur City Hall for foodstall operators in the area who have been in business since the early 1970s.

There are a few noteworthy makan stalls here such as Uncle Soo’s char kway teow, a wantan mee stall and a chee cheong fun seller, but none can come close to the Indian Girl’s kari laksa.

Kedai Kopi No. 9 at the Jalan Raja Bot hawker centre.

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