120 Bukit Merah Lane 1
#01-75 Alexandra Village Food Centre
Singapore 150120

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Awarded the Michelin Bib Gourmand award from 2016-2019, Deport Road Zhen Shan Mei Laksa offers their laksa in 3 sizes - S(SGD4.50), M(SGD5.50), L(SGD6.50). Each bowl comes with tau pok, fish cake, shredded chicken, prawn, cockles & beansprouts.

Even though it’s still a pretty good bowl of laksa that’s on the lemak side, the standards definitely dropped when compared to what I’ve tasted back in 2017.😅

For the same price (I think?), I’d rather eat Janggut Laksa at Queensway Shopping Centre…😬

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️

📍Depot Road Zhen Shan Mei Laksa
Alexandra Village Food Centre
120 Bukit Merah Ln 1 01-75, S151120

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Photo is slightly dated as they do not serve in claypots anymore (noticed they actually removed the claypot from their signage). However, the laksa ($5.5 for medium) taste & look still remain the same for me - still has the right amount of heat and cream from the sauce. Though the sauce is thinner compared to other stalls, the flavor is still packed and not at all compromised.

BUUUT note to not come here super hungry as there’s always a loooong queue 😅

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Having won their first Michelin Bib Gourmand back in 2015 up till 2019, Depot Road Zhen Shan Mei Claypot Laksa always sees snacking long queues whenever they open.

While their current presentation isn't cooked in a claypot (they even hid the word claypot on their signboard), the old flavour still stayed with the same creaminess and lemak-ness of the gravy.

Top it up with their sweet chilli to thicken and spice up the broth, this hearty bowl of Laksa is perfect for brunch / lunch.

P/S: best time to pop by is at 11am just as the store opens, so that you won't have to queue for too long 😉

A bit late but fyi they don't serve in claypot anymore. That layer of laksa sauce still made it shiok, but maybe psychological, without claypot there's something missing.

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Waited pretty long for this laksa. It had a homely taste and was easy to finish as the soup was not too thick!

PRICE: $4/5/6

WAITING TIME: Oddly slow (10 mins) even though there was only 1 person before us on a weekday at 2pm

- Very watery at first, needs to stir well
- Cockles were fresh
- Not much ingredients
- Couldn't help but think Yishun laksa tastes nicer actually
- We both felt it was a little overhyped. Nice but not thaaaaat nice.
- Only thick white beehoon

WILL WE RETURN? Only if the queue is very short