11:45 01/09/2013 After being overwhelmed with 5000 birds of 380 different species at Jurong Bird Park. Our stomach went on convulsion, asking for a solid meal. On that morning we only manage a take away of Mee Hon and fish cakes after running to catch an early bus bound to Jurong hill. The meal was a good filler for an hour before we heard our grumbling guts plead for a Singaporean nice meal. We gave in and check out the nearest restaurant at Jurong Bird Park, Hawk Cafe.
The selection of food was mostly similar of what we can expect in a bistro or cafe back in KL. We’re looking something uniquely Singaporean and the only meal that pass on that criterion was the Singapore Laksa.
Singaporean Laksa is curry-coconut based type of laksa, contrary to it’s cousin Penang Laksa which is made from assam that gives that sourish kick. The noodles used is kinda similar used to other Laksa. The bean curd puffs, fish sticks, hard boiled eggs and prawns are the usual ingredients of this type of Laksa.
Address: 2 Jurong Hill Singapore 628925, Just outside entrance of Jurong Bird Park
Operating Hours: Opens 08:30 AM to 6:00 PM (Weekdays)
08:30 AM to 6:15 (Weekends)
Note: This is not paid post or some sort, we just want to share our good experience with this stall.
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