History of this dish (from google):
Its name, laksa Siglap is in Malay rather than Siglap laksa — which while accurate in English, sounds entirely different. Like its name suggests, this is a Malay dish originating in Kampung Siglap, a coastal village where fishermen ply their trade and coconut plantations thrive.
This is my parents’ legacy laksa. Yup, I’m feeling rather sentimental these days (cos of Hari Raya and the uncertainty of when I can fly home to see them again). It is heavily fish and coconut milk based with a taste of curry. I have added other condiments like fish cakes, tofu and egg to hit the tummy spot a little better. The sambal is a given!
THURSDAY & FRIDAY DELIVERY
Thursday and Friday delivery
June 11 & 12th
Delivery time 3:30-6pm
Delivery only within SF, SSF, San Bruno, Daly City and Pacifica. Out of area orders, please message us to arrange pick up before ordering.
Order forms for slots will open tomorrow at 10am!
THIS WEEKS SPECIAL:
SIGLAP LAKSA – $16
SIGNATURE DISHES –
Chicken and beef satay
Comes with rice, peanut sauce and cucumber salad
3 sticks – $10.50
4 sticks – $12.50
5 sticks – $14.50
4-pc Combo – $12.50
Tahu goreng (fried tofu) – VEGAN
*All prices excludes tax