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Fried Laksa at Restoran Well Cook Gourmet, SS14 Subang Jaya


Fried Laksa

I once had asam laksa and tomyam every day for two weeks, so much that my mother thought I was pregnant. These are my two must-haves whenever I’m feeling crabby; along with fried chicken. During one of my crabby phases, rif took me for fried laksa in SS14, Subang Jaya.


Spicy, sour and fragrant

The Fried Laksa (RM6.50) was created by the lady boss, who fried the noodles with laksa ingredients and dried prawns. While soup is the main reason why I eat asam laksa, this was actually quite good. Like a concentrated version of asam laksa – spicy, sour and fragrant from the prawn paste and fish.


The food is halal and they also serve other dishes such as fried loh shi fun, popiah and lam mee. I’ll order the fried laksa AND asam laksa next round. #forevergreedy

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Ambiance: 6/10
Price: 6/10
Food: 6.5/10 (halal)
Verdict: Quite good. Try this if you’re around the area.


Fried Laksa
Restoran Well Cook Gourmet
74, Jalan SS14/2,
47500 Subang Jaya,
Tel: 012-6811623
Business Hours: 12pm – 9pm (Closed on alternate Sundays)

18 Responses

  1. Gosh! I miss this so much. Use to go there when I was working in Sunway. Now you make me wanna go back for it again 🙂 The fried tong fun also quite good. Don’t quite like the popiah as its too soft for me.

    1. Bangsar Babe

      Oooohhhh…thanks for the recommendation! 😀

  2. I like assam laksa mainly bcos of the soup. Then followed by the noodle and ingredients. I’ve heard about this fried assam laksa, but yet to try T_T

    1. Bangsar Babe

      You should give this a try. Quite interesting! 🙂

  3. rina

    Wow wow. Its the fried laksa! Awesome. My family likes to dine here. They are super restaurant. Very very clean, food tasty and good service. They have proper waitress, which you can actually communicate in proper Malay language, unlike some restaurant the waitress can’t speak Chinese/Malay/English.
    Next time you should try fried tang hoon, popiah, fried yee mee hong kong style, tomyam, claypot yee mee, claypot chicken rice and more hehe.
    Next week we going again!

  4. All I ever eat in that area is Bak Kut Teh =P Which is pretty decent. The corner restaurant (next to a bike shop) further up the road sells awesome Nasi Lemak for tea. (https://www.facebook.com/LimFriedChicken)

    1. Bangsar Babe

      I’ve yet to try the fried chicken. Always got long queue until I give up. 🙁

      1. Got branch dy. Try your luck there? 😉

        1. Bangsar Babe

          Branch? Mana? 😀

          1. SS15, says the FB page. Not sure where though…

  5. maria

    Fried laksa awesome… 1 of my fav dish. Must try! 🙂

    1. Bangsar Babe

      It is good stuff! 😉

  6. Sunny

    Sorry wont go back here. Arrogant bunch of owners.
    I cant even ask for additional chillies.

  7. siti

    Fried laksa best!!

    1. Bangsar Babe

      Memang! 😀

  8. May

    girls will love it. “flavourish”, sour and spices… om nom nom nom. 🙂

  9. Avril

    Just tried. Fried laksa and popiah awesome but I think most people missed out other stuff like assam laksa soup based, fried keow teow, prawn mee and fried mee suah. They are equally awesome. Clean and ok service. Waited quite long but is ok for good food and it was really packed at lunch hours. 4/5 rating.

    1. Bangsar Babe

      Will try the soup version next. Thanks for the tip. 🙂

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