Looking for Sarawak Laksa in Klang Valley? I have been Sarawak-Laksa-shopping and discovered the best and most flavourful Sarawak Laksa in Klang Valley for you. I will share my list with you on which Laksa goodness you definitely need to try here.
1. SALTed @ Mutiara Damansara (Pork-Free)
Authentic Sarawak Laksa in Klang Valley and pork-free? SALTed at Mutiara Damansara got you covered! The owners are from Sarawak and rumours has it that they started this business because they struggled to find authentic Sarawak Laksa that were Halal around Kuala Lumpur themselves. While you are here in SALTed, you need to also try their Teh C Peng Special Apong! It goes perfectly well with their hot bowl of Sarawak Laksa.
Location: 30, 1, Jalan PJU 7/16a, Mutiara Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Opening hours: 10.00am – 3.30pm daily
2. Sarawak Corner @ Mei Sek USJ 14, Subang Jaya (Non-Halal)
An extremely crowded breakfast place especially on weekends, this Mei Sek Hawker Centre at USJ 14 Subang Jaya serves one of the most popular Sarawak delicacies in town. There is always a queue at the ‘Sarawak Corner’ stall! The Sarawak Laksa served here has an interesting mix of spiciness and sourness, it gives you an “oomph” with each slurp. Tip: Best to arrive at Mei Sek Hawker Centre before 8am on a weekend if you want to find a seat and eat this bowl of Sarawak Laksa while experiencing the breakfast crowd here (wink).
Location: 12, Jalan USJ 14/1k, Usj 14, 47630 Subang Jaya, Selangor
Opening hours: 6.30am – 3pm daily
3. Aunty Christina’s Sarawak Laksa @ Restaurant Sea Park (Non-Halal)
Aunty Christina’s Sarawak Laksa is no stranger to many of us. She has been featured on newspaper articles multiple times — you can even see these articles pasted on her pop up stall at Sea Park. The best thing I like about her Sarawak Laksa is that she puts her heart in preparing each bowl, even the prawns are deveined! This bowl of Sarawak Laksa goodness is packed with spiciness (don’t forget to squeeze the kaffir lime and pour that chilli paste into the bowl). So if you’re a fan of spicy food, you need to try her Sarawak Laksa. When Aunty Christina is not cooking, you will notice her walking around and connecting with her customers. It is no wonder that most of her customers are regular there!
Location: 6, Jalan 21/19 Sea Park, 46300 Petaling Jaya (opposite KFC)
Opening hours: 6.30am – 3pm daily
4. Aunty Lan Sarawak Deli @ I-Tea House, Pusat Dagangan NZX (Non-Halal)
This Sarawak Deli is located at an unassuming square called Pusat Dagangan NZX. They have been operating for a few years and although the NZX square is rather quiet now, this Sarawak Deli is still attracting crowds, especially during breakfast time over the weekends! When you are here, you have to also try Aunty Lan’s “Kueh Chap” — another Sarawak local dish that is hard to find in the Klang Valley.
Location: E-G-11, Block E, Jalan PJU 1A/41B Pusat Dagangan NZX, Ara Damansara, 47301, Selangor
Opening hours: 7am – 3pm daily
5. 7th Mile Kitchen @ Kelana Jaya (Non-Halal)
7th Mile Kitchen is popularly known among the Sarawakians living in Petaling Jaya. This restaurant has been around for more than 7 years, faithfully serving delicious and authentic Sarawakian Laksa in Klang Valley. It is recommended to visit this place earlier in the morning on weekends because the items are sold out fast by noon!
Location: RG 24, Pangsapuri Kelana Sentral, Jalan Bahagia, SS 6, Ss 3, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Opening hours: 7am – 2pm weekdays (except Mondays); 7.30am – 2pm weekends
6. CJ Sarawak Laksa @ Medan Rock Cafe, Sunway (Non-Halal)
CJ Sarawak Laksa may be new in town but rumours were already spreading fast among the-Sarawakians-living-in-the-Klang-Valley that this humble stall serves authentic and good quality Sarawak Laksa in Medan Rock Cafe, Sunway!
Location: Medan Rock Cafe, Jalan PJS 11/20, Bandar Sunway, Subang Jaya
Opening hours: 7.30am – 8pm weekdays; 8am – 4pm weekends
That’s a wrap for this awesome list of Sarawak Laksa in Klang Valley! Did we miss out any of your favourite go-to Sarawak Laksa here? Drop us a comment and let us know. IF you are a BIG fan of Sarawak Laksa (like me), you need to check out Ili Sulaiman’s Sarawak Laksa recipe by clicking here.