Depot road claypot laksa 德普路真善美驰名砂煲叻沙
Singapore Laksa usually served in a ceramic bowl or plastic bowl, Laksa come with the a claypot is relatively unique and that is how Depot road Claypot laksa trying to differentiate from the others, however, their unique creation works very well judging from the long queue in front of the stall. We have been patronising the stall since they operated out of a coffee shop along the Depot road in the early day by the original owner, we knew there was a change in the ownership, however, the strong temptation to draw us back to this stall whenever we crave for a bowl of Laksa has never been diminishing even with the change in owner. So what is really that nice with the white noodles in this orangy gravy?
Depot road claypot laksa
The claypot does serve a purpose, it helps to retain the flavour and temperature of the Laksa and allow a better amalgamation of the gravy with the noodles. The bowl of Laksa was topped with shredded chicken meat, fish cake, prawns and cockles. If you have tried the famous Katong 328 Laksa or Amy’s laksa in Bedok, the claypot Laksa here is a lot more rich and smooth with the enhancement of the heavy coconut-based gravy, pretty sinful delicacy and may not meant for those who are health conscious, but the flavourful bowl of noodle was simply tantalising, sometime we got to forgive ourselves of the high cholesterol in the bowl and just let the taste buds to enjoy a little.
Depot road claypot Laksa is definitely one of the richest and thickest gravy laksa in Singapore, some may find the gravy too cloying and could be too heavy for the stomach. In the end, this is a nice delicacy that cannot be slurped up too frequently.
We shall only be back again in few months time.
Depot Road Zhen Shan Mei Claypot Laksa
Address: Blk 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1, #01-75 Alexandra Village
Operating Hours: 8.30am to 3.30pm