Yum yum yum! Balik Pulau is particularly famous of two things. It’s name is synonymous with its well known Durians and secondly, Laksa!
There are a few stalls scattered around this little township offering this yummy mouth watering delicacy.
Well, for this time, I would like to blog about Laksa Janggus.
Note that Laksa Janggus is different from Siam Laksa as it’s more to sour/spicy/lemak. Sorry I’m not too good in describing food. It’s a laksa that Malays usually sell, hopefully you get my idea.
“Featured in myBalikPulau“
Arguably the first self-service stall in Balik Pulau. It’s to cater to large patrons visiting this stall even at weekdays!
Well, beside Laksa, they do offer delicious Fried Pisang and some other kuihs as well. Some people are here just to sought after this kuihs.
How to get there?
I’ll assume you know how to find your way to Balik Pulau town. From the roundabout, go straight all the way (you will see Maybank on your right and Shell station just after that). Drive for 3km, you will see MARA on your left. Take the right turning just after you spotted MARA. Drive a little bit to the front, you will reach a cross junction, take left. Drive for another 3.5km then you will see a mosque at a T-junction. Take right. It’s located just 300m after the turning on the right.
You can’t miss it as there’s always large pool of cars parked around the stall! Try it!balik pulau > laksa janggus > laksa kuala perlis