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Asam Laksa at Taman Emas Kopitiam, Gottlieb Road

It goes really well with fried spring rolls offered by the same stall

Asam Laksa at Taman Emas Coffee Shop, Jalan Gottlieb, Penang - @the_alia

This famous but less-talked-about laksa stall is also called the Peng Hwa Laksa (as it is located opposite Penang Chinese Girl's School). The place is generally quite well-known to the locals around this area. The soup is slightly sweeter and less on the sourish and spicy side if you compare it to other famous stall. You can of course, ask them to add in extra chili if you prefer it spicier.

Asam Laksa with Spring Roll at Taman Emas Coffee Shop
It goes really well with fried spring rolls - @meteorb.sorceress

Note: From this same coffee shop, there's also a Char Koay Teow stall that fries up some really nice duck egg char koay teow. We can't help but to mention it in this post since you're going to be here!

Related: Best Asam Laksa in Penang

Taman Emas Asam Laksa (湾岛头叻沙)

Contact: +6016-4366921

Hours: Open daily 12pm - 5pm, Close on Monday

Address: 1 Jalan Gottlieb 10350 George Town Penang

Facebook: Taman Emas Asam Laksa (湾岛头叻沙)

Rating: 4/5Price: $$



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